If you give a girl a brother, she'll always have a friend
and, she'll probably rely on him over and over again.
Once she realizes that he's always there she'll hand him her trust,
and for a solid sibling-ship, this confidence is a must.
If you give a girl a brother, she'll always have someone to blame
when her blood is boiling and she's too mad to remember her own name.
She'll always have someone to run to when she's in need of a good laugh
and when she's at a loss for words, someone to speak on her behalf.
If you give a girl a brother, you can expect a lifetime of fights,
but to compensate, they'll stay up watching movies and bonding many late nights.
At times he'll be her worst enemy yet always her biggest alliance.
He'll make her happier than anyone on this planet, and there is no denying it.
If you give a girl a brother, she'll always have her half of a pair,
whether it's for when she wants to dance, drink coffee or play Modern Warfare.
She's always got someone to compete with, and someone to form a team.
A backbone, a driving force behind all of her amazing dreams.
If you give a girl a brother, you better watch your back,
because if her heart is ever broken, he'll be ready to attack.
She's always got protection, no matter the date or time.
He's like her Secret Service, her partner in crime.
If you give a girl a brother, she'll always have a reason to smile.
Someone to make every vacation, every road trip worthwhile.
She'll always have the biggest critique, to point out every flaw,
but someone to respect them and see her with star-struck awe.
If you give a girl a brother, she'll always have a hand to hold,
a shoulder to cry on, her very own stronghold,
and someone to support her in every endeavor.
If you give a girl a brother, she'll be the luckiest girl ever.
God blessed this girl with three amazing brothers who are everything mentioned above and more. I love all three of them more than anyone could ever imagine and I am so thankful for all the days they've been my personal assistants, my therapists, or my goofballs to laugh with.
I really cannot fathom anything greater than having a brother — or three.