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Butterfly Kisses Its September seventeenth around five oclock in a small hall located above a local fire house The room is considerably crowded with family and friends of a young couple married earlier that afternoon The faint smell of chicken and gravy lingered as dessert was being set up to the far right I could already taste the strawberries and fondue The crowd was applauding the first dance of the bride and groom when the DJ announced the father of the bride dance over the loud speaker The clapping ceased as the proud father walked to his daughter and grabbed her hand She followed him to the dance floor and the lights dimmed as a disco ball lowered from the ceiling When the intro of Butterfly Kisses by Bob Carlisle played they looked at each others eyes then locked arms and hands They began shifting from one foot to the other along with the beat occasionally turning The song playing held an extra sentimental value because he would play it for her before they exchanged butterfly kisses every night as a little girl Only the second lyric she was sent here from heaven and shes daddys little girl was reached before tears began trickling down his face which triggered her to tear up In that instant she then wrapped her arms around his neck bringing him closer and rested her forehead on his shoulder a simultaneous awww was let out among the admirers She held the essence of a little girl in need of security and comfort of her father Everyone was fixated on the duo dancing in the spotlight To look at all the faces there was not one person who didnt seem touched by the movie-like scene The verse starting out with a dad talking about his young child transitioned to him talking about her turning sixteen The bride picked up her head to wipe her tears Her dad whispered
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