Father Daughter Songs

One of the greatest father daughter songs was this classic duet rendition by Nat King Cole and his daughter, Natalie.

Watch and listen to the Unforgettable lyrics and see for yourself why it remains popular and heart gripping to this day.

Father Daughter Song:
Loretta Lynn Favorite

You may remember Loretta Lynn's famous country song from 1969 from the movie by the same name: "Coal Miner's Daughter".

The lyrics speak of a hard life, but fond memories of childhood with a daddy she adored.

Frank Sinatra's Nancy

Another song was written by Frank Sinatra for his daughter, Nancy. It is titled "Nancy" as well.

Enjoy vintage Frank Sinatra singing "Nancy" below!

Butterfly Kisses

Two more modern songs about fathers and daughters are the following: Butterfly Kisses - Popular as a wedding song, when the daddy gives his baby away, is this heart - wrencher by Bob Carlisle

Dance With Cinderella

Dance With Cinderella - a beautiful song about how time flies, written and performed by Steven Curtis Chapman.

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My Little Girl by Kyle Johnson 
Lyrics My love for you never wavers You’re my little girl you’re my little girl I’ll protect you, you paint my world As your wings unfurl …

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