Country song about a daughter dating
This list includes great country songs such as “Thank God For Kids,” “In My Daughter’s Eyes,” “The Baby,” and “My Little Girl.” Songs about kids make us think of when we were children, our own childhood, and the bitter sweet nature of watching our own kids become adults.
This list of country songs about children, with videos, has all the best country tunes about being a kid. We often feel an emotional connection to songs, particularly country songs.
George Jones - He Stopped Loving Her Today Jones originally refused to record this song on the basis that it was too miserable; according to the biography George Jones: The Life and Times of a Honky Tonk Legend, "he thought it was too long, too sad, too depressing and that nobody would ever play it." Luckily for us, Jones changed his mind, and the song went on to win him a Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in 1980.
Johnny Cash - Hurt Cash was 71 when he recorded this cover of the Nine Inch Nails' 1995 song in 2003, and his trademark gravelly voice delivers lyrics about pain and depression in such a way that you'll be reaching for the tissues by the end of the first chorus.
Am I missing something or have songs about daddy gone out of fashion?
Look at the charts, listen to the radio and you’ll find few current examples of this once pervasive genre.
It was recorded by the two actors who play Scarlett O'Connor and Gunnar Scott, and written by Tyler James and Kate York, who has written multiple tracks for the show.
Dolly Parton - Coat of Many Colors A sentimental song about a mother's love for her daughter, the lyrics tell the true story of when Dolly's mum sewed her a coat made of scraps of fabric.
These best country songs about childhood provide a kind of emotional connection that musicians hope people seek in their music.
Osborne's lilting vocals add an extra touch of melancholy to her cover of this classic Dolly Parton track.
Originally released in 1982 as one of three singles from Parton's cheerfully-titled album, Heartbreak Express, Osborne's version appeared on the 2003 tribute compilation, Just Because I'm a Woman: Songs of Dolly Parton. Underwood perfectly captures the emotions of a young woman redefining her relationship with her mother as she becomes an adult.
Music styles include country, rock, jazz, r&b, etc.
Probably the most popular father daughter dance song of all-time is Daddy’s Little Girl.