There are father daughter dance songs that can make you laugh, cry or dance. A dj always wants to make sure that they have the best music to give the father and daughter a dance to remember. Below are four songs that will make a father daughter dance extra special.
- "Daughters" by John Mayer. This may not have been one of Mayer's most famous song but it certainly was the most touching. The lyrics featured a compassionate warning to fathers:"Fathers be good to your daughters. Daughters will love like you do. Girls become lovers who turn into mothers." The song functions on just Mayer's classic guitar rifts and raspy voice. It makes a great slow song for a father daughter dance.
- "Dance With my Father" by Luther Vandross. You might have to break out the tissues for this song. This song became a classic of the late R&B singer because of its touching nature. This song talks about a man whose father passed away and how he wants so badly to dance with his father again. This song should be the last song of the night because it is that special( be prepared for the floor to be covered with tears as well).
- "Daddy" by Beyonce- This song is perfect for a father daughter dance because of it's humorist take on the father and daughter relationship. Beyonce talks about funny things like the discovery of her tattoo by her dad. The song is a slow dance song but because of its humorist tone it will be a fun song to dance to and you can laugh while you do it.
- "Isn't She Lovely" by Stevie Wonder- This tune is so classic that it has to be played at a father daughter dance! Every man thinks his daughter is the loveliest girl in the world. This song is a little more up beat and is sure to make father and daughter smile all night.
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