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Letter: ‘Just Cleaning My Gun’

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

I was kinda out of it the past week—on grandpa duty taking care of granddaughters. Didn’t pay attention to Judge Kavanaugh’s hearing. Now that it’s over, I’m bewildered that not one dad showed up to defend daughters. Got me thinking of the second verse of “Just Cleaning My Gun,” written by Casey Beathard and Marla Cannon-Goodman and recorded by American country music artist Rodney Atkins:

“I’m scared to death one day my daughter

Is gonna find

That teenage boy I used to be

That seems to have just one thing on his mind

She’s growin’ up so fast

It won’t be long before

I’ll have to put the fear of God into

Some kid at the door

Come on in, boy, sit on down

And tell me about yourself

So you like my daughter, do you now?

Yeah, we think she’s something else

She’s her daddy’s girl

Her mama’s world

She deserves respect

That’s what she’ll get

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