Who Sang Daddy's All Gone? James Taylor

James Taylor In the Pocket cover art
Credits
release date: 1976
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Soft Rock/Pop Rock/Vocal
length: 3:38
Thought I'd call you up anyway
Just to try to show you the way
That I feel today
Oh, I miss you, baby

I sure am on the road
I don't need to say much more
Just the same old well-known stranger
That I was before
It seems like yesterday now

Daddy's all gone
Only half way home
He's holding on to the telephone
Saying, please, don't let the show go on

There's a bus every other hour
There's even the midnight train
But that don't leave me the power
To see your face again
It's not that simple

You see, there's a room full of smiling faces
There's a man standing by the door
Says it's time to change our places
And get down on the floor
Kill 'em, baby

Daddy's all gone
He's just half way home
He's holding on to the microphone
Singing, please, don't make the show go on







Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Shower the People
  • 2 A Junkie's Lament
  • 3 Money Machine
  • 4 Slow Burning Love
  • 5 Everybody Has the Blues
  • 6 Daddy's All Gone
  • 7 Woman's Gotta Have It
  • 8 Captain Jim's Drunken Dream
  • 9 Don't Be Sad 'cause Your Sun Is Down
  • 10 Nothing Like a Hundred Miles
  • 11 Family Man
  • 12 Golden Moments

  • Album Information
    label: Warner Bros. Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin