The Way You Look Tonight

I'm at the hospital for the early shift, starting at 6:45am. I brought Dad coffee. He's in a fabulous mood. 

We play Frank Sinatra. Dad gets his breathing treatment. A new song comes on. "Great song!" I say. I look up from my chair. Dad is crying. It's our song, the song we danced to at my wedding. "I love you so much," Dad says. I hold his hand and kiss his cheek.

The Way You Look Tonight, by Frank Sinatra

Some day, when I'm awfully low
When the world is cold
I will feel a glow just thinking of you
And the way you look tonight

Yes, you're lovely with your smile so warm
And your cheeks so soft
There is nothing for me but to love you
And the way you look tonight

With each word your tenderness grows
Tearing my fear apart
And that laugh that wrinkles your nose
It touches my foolish heart

Lovely, never ever change
Keep that breathless charm
Won't you please arrange it?
'Cause I love you just the way you look tonight
Just the way you look tonight