Paris Bennett — Daddy lyrics

Every sence I was a little girl I wanted more then dimonds and even pearls one man that I can count on in all the world no matter what go's down he's there for me. Someone I can clean to I never seen you mama said don't get your hopes up but I need you now I'm in my teens and maybe I think mommy was right was it all just a bad dream.

Why am I still hopen and I'm still wishen why am I still open I should forget him why is it affecting me I don't respect man because of him will I ever love again

Chorus
Was it just to much to ask to just admit and tack care what he said loves was I askin for much when I told you I I I wonted to just be closer I I I wonted to have the kind of relation ship a girl dreams of just tell me was I askin for a little to much when I told you I I I wonted to let you hold me I I I wonted to as a baby was it to crazy to want that did I screw up askin for to much to have daddy da da da daddy daddy
Da da da daddy dada daddy

What I wasn't cute anough was it my cring was it the way I laughed was it the timeing did it cost to much for the dipers and formulas to be there for me what made you reject me and start lying how could you forget me tell me what I did to never go for icecream and have you pushing my swing but now I'm grown and your still not there for me
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Was it just to much to ask to just admit and tack care what he said he loves was I asken for much when I told you I I I wonted to just be closer I I I wonted to have the kind of relationship a girl dreams of just tell me was I askin for a little to much when I told you I I I wonted to just be closer I I I wonted to as a baby was it to crazy to want that did I screw up askin for to much to have daddy da da da daddy daddy
Da da da daady daddy

Sighnes of the paines iv been I had to blame myself it was a choice you had to be or not to be my dad

I forgive you... Your forgiven... Your forgiven
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Songwriters: GADSON, MARCELL/JONES, KENNETH ROMELL/WARREN, DOMINICK
Daddy lyrics © EMI Music Publishing