Fatherhood is captured in song and in movies as well as any topic that's ever been written about. Over the next few days, I want to highlight 5 meaningful songs about fatherhood. Some will come from the viewpoints of the dad, some from the child,and some from both. As everyone from Donald Miller to John Eldredge has pointed out in recent years, telling a great story is the best thing you can do. And many great stories are told in 4-minute snippets.
I am not Casey Kasem, so these are in no particular order. This is the second of 5 posts.
See the first one here.
See part 3 of this series here.
The first few times I heard "Dance With My Father", I wasn't paying attention. It sounded a bit generic and not appealing to me. One day, I decided to really listen, and I am glad I did. It's moving without being manipulative. It's emotional without being melodramatic. Drop your multi-tasking and let the story play out: