Daddy's Little Girl

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"Daddy's Little Girl" is a classic song typically played at white weddings while a bride dances with her father.[citation needed] The song's lyrics and music were written by Robert Burke and Horace Gerlach popular in 1906. It was then recorded by the Mills Brothers and British balladeer Steve Conway in 1950, and later by Al Martino and Frank Fontaine. "Daddy's Little Girl" has most recently been recorded by Michael Bublé.


You’re the end of the rainbow, my pot of gold.
You're daddy's little girl, to have and hold.
A precious gem is what you are;
You're mommy's bright and shining star.

You’re the spirit of Christmas, the star on our tree.
You’re the Easter Bunny to Mommy and me.
You’re sugar, you're spice, and you're everything nice
And You’re Daddy’s Little Girl[1]