To Some Man And Woman He Was Born A Son
To some man and woman he was born a son
by Francis Duggan
And since harm to another he never has done
What he does in his life ought to be fine
And is not any business of your's or of mine,
Why bother to condemn if you cannot condone
Like the wise one who said leave well enough alone
He may not be one in pursuit of renown
Or seen as a success on his side of the town
But the word gentleman to him ought to apply
Since he is one who would not harm a fly
He is not a high achiever that he does not choose to be
But he is a good person would you not agree?
He does not need us to condemn him or his praises to sing
He lives his own life and he does his own thing.