Sunday, March 28, 2010

Say it With a Song Sunday - Daddy-O

I'm playing along with BJ_Mama ... and you should, too ... just click that little button up there ;)

For this my first Say it With a Song Sunday, I've decided to pay tribute to CPV.  I first heard this song just before Father's Day last year.  Natalie and I let daddy sleep in and then we serenaded him awake with it.  The photos are from the past year - since March 2009.

Daddy-O by Frances England from her Fascinating Creatures album.

Here are the lyrics ...
I had a great day full of friends and play
But my favorite part is always coming home to you,
Did so many things, where do I start
Gonna tell you everything and not leave out a single part

D-A-D-D-Y, oh how I love ya
Oh, how I love ya
D-A-D-D-Y, oh how I love ya
Oh, how I love ya

Riding our bikes through the park
Camping in the summertime
Walking to the waterfalls, Daddy-O
You teach me things without saying a word
The time we spend together is worth more than all the silver and gold

D-A-D-D-Y, oh how I love ya
Oh, how I love ya
D-A-D-D-Y, oh how I love ya
Oh, how I love ya


BJ_Mama said...

OMG!!!!!!!!! I'm balling like an emotional pregnant woman! That was so wonderful! CPV is one lucky D-A-D-D-Y-OOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Thank you so much for singing with me! BTW You have a BEAUTFIUL voice! Ever think of getting a record deal?

Emmett Joseph said...

How adorable! Aren't daddies the best??

Procrasti-Mom said...

Awesome! Such a great tribute! Fun!

Jennifer Juniper said...

I really love it, it made me cry!

Raising Z said...

That was beautiful. What a great song, I am going to have to find that one. I LOVE the picture of CPV in the "kitchen" with the chef hat :) so funny!

Chi-town momma said...

This is the sweetest little slideshow, Dana! I hope Chad enjoyed it as much as blogland does! Did it make him a little misty eyed to see all the wonderful things he has done with his little girl(s)? You set yourself up though. He can play that at some point in the future when he is in the mood for a little somethin'-somethin' least that is what Brandon would do!

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