Are you a Daddy's Girl? - a few songs for you

Discussion in 'Discussion Group' started by Kent, Jun 11, 2008.

  1. Kent

    Kent Well-Known Member

    My daughter is definitely a Daddy's Girl. Been one since before she was born and we realized we were having a girl.

    Nothing against the boys, but thank you, God, for my little girl!

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    When Daddy Says I'm Beautiful - Annie Moses Band -

    Daddy's Hands - Holly Dunn -

    Butterfly Kisses - Bob Carlisle -

    Dance with my Father again - Luther Vandross -

    Daddy's Girl - Red Sovine -

    Cinderella - Steven Curtis Chapman -

    Barbie Band-Aids - The Isaacs -

    How to say goodbye - Michael W Smith -

    I loved her first - Heartland -

    You can let go now, Daddy -

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    Edited to add some links that are broken in other posts
    Last edited: Jul 22, 2015
  2. CrazyFabulous

    CrazyFabulous Well-Known Member

    That is so sweet! Makes me want to cry and wish I could see my Daddy (he is in another state).
  3. Rostrawberry

    Rostrawberry Well-Known Member

    I think I mentioned this before, my brother sang Butterfly Kisses for my first dance with my father (it was my dad's fav song and it was a surprise to him) I had him bawling his eyes out,, it was sweet. I will always remember that dance with my father :)
  4. harleygirl

    harleygirl Well-Known Member

    Lil Sista is daddy's girl, I'm a mommy's girl. :mrgreen:
  5. mnredsky

    mnredsky Well-Known Member

    uhhhh, don't know my biological father and my step father is an arse.

    andddddd, my mom is not much better.

    sooooo, I'm a hubby's girl :mrgreen:

    My friend Kim and I both have the same situation with absentee fathers so we officially declared "fathers dad" as BEST FRIENDS day for us. We usually exchange cards / gifts and spend time together. :hurray::hurray:

    I know I know......close to a mournful country song, huh.

    Well at least we're not living in a trailer with 5 kids, by 5 different men and strung out on crack.....which by all means is usually the statisic we would fall under... :jester::jester::jester: all those awesome DADS out there (my hubby, my FIL, SS, Steve, just to name a few) :

    THANK YOU and HAPPY FATHERS DAY on Sunday!!! You are making a world of difference in your child(ren)s lives ........more than you'll ever know.:grouphug:

    Now, I'm off to pack for Wet N' Wild and a whirl wind soccer tournament.:hurray:
  6. reeteach2

    reeteach2 Well-Known Member

  7. ShopGirl

    ShopGirl Well-Known Member

    Thanks for sharing!! Some of these I had never heard!
    I knew I joined this board for a reason, For all the sweet folks!
  8. Kent

    Kent Well-Known Member

  9. Sherry A.

    Sherry A. Well-Known Member

    Thank you, Kent and others. Happy early Father's Day!

  10. Kent

    Kent Well-Known Member

  11. Tangerine

    Tangerine Well-Known Member

    OMG, I'm in tears now. Kent thank you for posting these songs. I've been looking online for Daddy's Girl for so long. I used to sing this song all the time when I was little.
    I am such a spoiled rotten daddy's girl. :lol:
  12. PirateGirl

    PirateGirl Well-Known Member

    I'll never forget the first time I sang "Daddy's Hands" in a talent show. That was the first time I had ever seen my daddy cry. I can't even think of that song even today without tears! When I got married, my father and I danced to "Daddy's Little Girl" (very old song). He picked on me for not being able to waltz so I called my mom over to finish my dance with him. What a great memory! That was the first time I had ever seen them dance together!
  13. Kent

    Kent Well-Known Member

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  16. shar824

    shar824 Well-Known Member

    I'm definately a Daddy's girl. I had Butterfly Kisses sang at my wedding.
  17. Kent

    Kent Well-Known Member

    If my daughter uses Butterfly Kisses at her wedding I'll be a basket case.
  18. shar824

    shar824 Well-Known Member

    Ok...wiping off the tears as I just listened to it.

    Actually they sang it before I came down the aisle, as they were seating the guests, my dad and I were still in the back and could hear it but we were still there together at that point so it wasn't like it was during the ceremony when I too would have lost it in front of everyone as well as him (I'm the only daughter and have 3 younger brothers.)
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    ncmom Well-Known Member

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