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To Daddy lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a great country song written and recorded by Dolly Parton.
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To Daddy Written and recorded by Dolly Parton
G Mama never seemed to miss the finer things of life D7 If she did she never did say so to daddy
She never wanted to be more than mother and a wife G If she did she never did say so to daddy
The only thing that seemed to be important in her life C Was to make our house a home and make us happy G Mama never wanted any more that what she had D7 G If she did she never did say so to daddy
He often left her all alone she didn't mind staying home D7 If she did she never did say so to daddy
And she never missed the flowers and the cards he never sent her G If she did she never did say so to daddy
Being took for granted was a thing that she accepted C And she didn't need those things to make her happy G And she didn't seem to notice that he didn't kiss and hold her D7 G If she did she never did say so to daddy
C One morning we awoke just to find a note D7 That mama carefully wrote and left to daddy C And as we began to read it our ears could not believe it D7 The words that she had written there to daddy
G She said the kids are older now they don't need me very much C And I've gone in search of love I need so badly G I have needed you so long but I just can't keep holding on
She never meant to come back home D7 C G If she did she never did say so to daddy goodbye to daddy
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