It was just a boy who made a mistake, and a girl who let him
There's not a thing wrong with it, and you try to call it sin?
The fact that he's underage makes him less of a father?
Makes him unfit to care for and protect his own daughter?
And she can't be a mom 'cause she's still in school?
All hope's lost for her, that poor young fool
At least she's got guts to feed the damn thing
To push the girl's stroller, to rock her, to sing
And daddy, he's okay, getting his life under control
Realizing what it takes to care so much for another soul
He's still being young, but becoming so mature
Every beat of his heart is beating for her
And you think they're still unfit to be parents?
The mistake they made is a gift God sent
They may not be in the best of all situations
But they bring pride to our faithless generation
There isn't a textbook that defines what it takes
That determines what bends them and what makes them break
But look at the girl, and what her life's all about
Happy, healthy, a bright future, no doubt
Because she's got the parents to raise her up right
Who take all the shit, and never forget to kiss her goodnight