Who Sang Daddy? Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy cover art
publisher: ©TEXAS RED SONGS
writers: Dolly Parton
release date: 1969-9
genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country/Folk
length: 2:44
composer: Dolly Parton
lyricist: Dolly Parton
(Dolly Parton)

Daddy I feel that I must talk to you
Are you sure this is what you want to do?
Now it's not for us kids that I beg you to stay
Please don't just walk out on Mama this way
She's mothered your children, she's spent her whole life
Trying to be a good mother and wife
And she stood by you when the rest let you down
Daddy, how can you walk out on her now?

I'm your oldest daughter, my age twenty-three
Your new love is even younger than me
She's young, she's pretty, her hands soft as dew
While Mama's are withered from working for you

Mom's not young any more like your new love
But your new love won't love you like my mama does
You've taken her best years, so don't leave her now
Please, Daddy say that you won't let her down

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 In the Ghetto
  • 2 Games People Play
  • 3 ’til Death Do Us Part
  • 4 Big Wind
  • 5 Evening Shade
  • 6 I’m Fed Up With You
  • 7 My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy
  • 8 Daddy
  • 9 We Had All the Good Things Going
  • 10 The Monkey’s Tale
  • 11 Gypsy, Joe and Me
  • 12 Home for Pete’s Sake