- 1 “Unforgettable” by Natalie Cole (ft. Nat King Cole)
- 2 “You are the Sunshine of My Life” by Stevie Wonder (1972)
- 3 “Brown Eyed Girl” by Van Morrison (1967)
- 4 “All My Loving” by The Beatles
- 5 “Daddy’s Little Girl” by Kippi Brannon
- 6 “My Father’s Daughter” by Jewel Ft. Dolly Parton
- 7 “Father Figure” by George Michael
- 8 “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder
- 9 “Mama’s Broken Heart” by Miranda Lambert
- 10 “Sweetest Devotion” by Adele
“Unforgettable” by Natalie Cole (ft. Nat King Cole)
This tender duet honors the love between a father and daughter with the dulcet tones of Natalie Cole and Nat King Cole. It’s like having a glass of wine and a nice blanket all in one tune.
“You are the Sunshine of My Life” by Stevie Wonder (1972)
This is Stevie Wonder at his very best as he sings about the love of his life. Despite the fact that his wife was the inspiration for the song at the time, the sentimental lyrics work perfectly for a father-daughter relationship.
“Brown Eyed Girl” by Van Morrison (1967)
It’s easy to see this Van Morrison classic as a heartwarming father-daughter homage, even if the verses about making out in the grass aren’t included. The song is wonderful, however we’re a little perplexed by the lyrics.
“All My Loving” by The Beatles
To express his love for his daughter, the songwriter has written a song. Your young girl will be grooving to this energetic music in no time! “All my affection, I give to you,” are the charming yet plain words. This Beatles classic even has some beautiful animal sounds at the conclusion. This is ideal for young children who are just starting to communicate verbally.
“Daddy’s Little Girl” by Kippi Brannon
This is one of the most heartwarming songs about children. Ultimately, it’s about how much a father cares about his child, especially in the event of an emergency. He claims that no matter where they are or what happens to them in life, their particular relationship will never be broken.
The song’s lyrics were penned by Kippi Brannon in 1978. Adam Gregory covered it in 2010 and it was made famous by country performer Al Martino in the 1980s. For decades, this song has been a timeless classic. Listen to this one as you put your baby down for the night and she’ll fall asleep. It’s one of those tunes that brings a grin to your face every time you hear it.
“My Father’s Daughter” by Jewel Ft. Dolly Parton
Father’s Day is the perfect time to give this music to a father or daughter. The artist expresses her affection for her father, despite the fact that he may be difficult at times. The song’s lyrics, “I am my father’s daughter,” are simple but heartfelt: You’ll be transported back to your childhood and the wonderful bond you share with your parents. It’s one of those tunes that you can’t get out of your brain for days.
“Father Figure” by George Michael
This song from 1988 expresses the singer’s adoration for his daughter. In his words, she was there for him when he needed her the greatest and that he will always be there for her as well. Tucking his kid into bed at night is only one example of all the things he does for his daughter. It’s a beautiful song, and it makes you think of how much your dad has always loved you.
“Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder
This 1976 song is about a father’s love for his daughter and is sung by the father. That she has all the qualities that any parent could hope for is how pleased he is of her! You’ll grin because it brings back happy memories of playing with your dad as a kid: “Isn’t she pretty / Isn’t she wonderful?”
You can’t possibly do enough for your daughter to show her how much you care. There is no time like the present to show her how much you care about her, and these songs will help you do just that!
“Mama’s Broken Heart” by Miranda Lambert
After listening to each song on this list, we don’t want you to be a dehydrated, crying mess. Listen to Miranda Lambert’s “Mama’s Broken Heart” as you stop sobbing. In this chapter, the mother teaches her daughter how to deal with a breakup like a “woman”
What would she suggest as far as advice? “Go ahead and adjust your cosmetics, girl. It’s simply a divorce. Keep your craziness under wraps, and start behaving more ladylike.’ I have to hold it together even when you come apart because I raised you better than anyone else could.”
“Sweetest Devotion” by Adele
‘Sweetest Devotion’ is a song about a mother and her kid, according to Adele. “You will only be eternally the one that I belong to,” Adele sings in this song. This song is a tribute to the mother-daughter relationship.