“I remember lookin’ up to look up to him. An’ I remember, most the time he wasn’t there. I’d be waitin’ at the door when he got home at night. He’d pass me by to go pass out in his chair. An’ I’d say: ‘Walk a little straighter, Daddy, You’re swayin’, side to side. Your footsteps make me dizzy, and no matter how I try, I keep trippin’ an’ stumblin’. If you’d look down here, you’d see: Walk a little straighter, Daddy, You’re leading me.’” – The powerful first verse of Billy Currington’s hit song, “Walk a Little Straighter”.
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