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'Daddys Little Girl'

Daddy's little girlfrank fontaine words and music by bobby burke and horace gerlach-from "frank fontaine-his all time favorites"-suffolk-marketing msm 35034-fontaine played the character crazy guggenheim on jackie gleason's tv show-charted in 1950 by the mills brothers (#5) and dick todd (#11)-charted in 1967 by al martino (#42)you're the end of the rainbow, my pot of goldyou're daddy's little girl to have and to holda precious gem is what you areyou're mommy's bright and shining staryou're the spirit of christmas, my star on the treeyou're the easter bunny to mommy and meyou're sugar, you're spice, you're everything niceand you're daddy's little girl<instrumental interlude>you're the treasure i cherish, so sparkling and brightyou were touched by the holy and beautiful lightlike angels that sing, a heavenly thingand you're daddy's little girltranscribed by robin hoodthese lyrics were transcribed from the specific recording mentioned aboveand do not necessarily correspond with lyrics from other recordings, sheetmusic, songbooks or lyrics printed on album jackets.

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