Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me

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"Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me"
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Single by Motörhead
from the album Bastards
B-side Born to Raise Hell/Death or Glory
Released 1993
Format CD single
Recorded 1993
A & M Studios
Prime Time Studios
Hollywood, California, USA
Genre Rock
Length 4:05
Label Sony Records
Writer(s) Lemmy
Producer(s) Howard Benson
Motörhead singles chronology
"Hellraiser"
(1992)
"Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me"
(1993)
"Born to Raise Hell"
(1994)

"Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me" is a song by the British heavy metal band Motörhead. It was written by Lemmy and released as a single in 1993. The song is covered with "Born to Raise Hell", which was released as a separate single, and "Death or Glory". All three songs are from the Bastards album.

The song is about child sexual abuse, and was one of Lemmy's favourites. Written three years before being recorded, Lemmy offered it to Lita Ford and Joan Jett, amongst others and although a lot of enthusiasm was received, he ended up recording it himself.[1]

Single track listing[edit]

  1. "Don't Let Daddy Kiss Me" (Lemmy)
  2. "Born to Raise Hell" (Lemmy)
  3. "Death or Glory" (Lemmy, Würzel, Phil Campbell, Mikkey Dee)

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kilmister, Ian and Garza, Janiss White Line Fever (2002) — Simon & Schuster p. 263. ISBN 0-684-85868-1.