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Where the toys are
That's where dad will be
Without a clue or what to do
He still insists on building stuff for me

Where the toys are
Who knows what I'll see
A wobbly bite, a flightless kite
To games that still need batteries

In a box with a million pieces
Are instructions he won't read
And he never lets me help him
No matter how I plead

Till I'm older I'll wait so nervously
Where the toys are
Where the toys are
Where the toys are
That's where dad will be

In a box with a million pieces
Are instructions he won't read
And he never lets me help him
No matter how I plead

Till I'm older I'll wait so nervously
Where the toys are
Where the toys are
Where the toys are
That's where dad will be

That's where dad will be
That's where dad will be
Oh no, that's where dad will be

I know he's trying
That's where dad will be
Doesn't look good
That's where dad will be
Oh no, oh no, oh no



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