Country songs dating my daughter
Paisley says Lovelace is the stepfather who inspired the song.
“Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind,” Confederate Railroad (No. 3, 1992, written by Brooks and Kim Williams) — Papa conveys his distress at Mama’s straying by driving his 18-wheeler through the motel room where’s she’s cuckolding him.
If you can think of another song that would be great for a father-daughter wedding dance, please feel free to suggest it.
Am I missing something or have songs about daddy gone out of fashion?
39, 1980, written by Scott Anders, Wayne Dunn, Sid Linard, Roger Murrah and Keith Stegall) — This daddy discovers that his hankering for the bright lights has left him with little else left to keep him warm.
“I can’t believe I traded/Hello daddy and good morning darling for this,” he moans. “Down the Roads of Daddy’s Dreams,” Darrell Mc Call (No.
She was sent here from Heaven and she's Daddy's little girl,” and “As I drop to my knees by her bed at night.
She talks to Jesus and I close my eyes” and I “thank God for all of the joy in my life” but “most of all…For butterfly kisses after bedtime prayer.” What precious memories of a father for his now grownup daughter, but still remembers her, “Sticking little white flowers all up in her hair,” as she says, “Walk beside the pony, Daddy, it's my first ride.” These precious memories of a father about his daughter make this a perfect song for the father-daughter dance. Daddy’s Hands, by Holly Dunn, is an older song, but certain things don’t diminish with time.
Yes I would — and here they are: “Ford Fairlane,” Bobby Pinson (never charted, 2005, written by Pinson and Kris Bergsnes) — This is pure poetry in which a battered old car serves as a vivid chronicle of a dad’s love for his son and vice versa.
Not just in the son or daughter who’s getting married, but also for the mother and father.