Jenny Pforr

Jenny Pforr

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Country - Contemporary | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 187   
Member Since: 2005
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Song Description

Father daughter relationship

Story Behind the Song

This song is a compilation of events from my sisters and my relationship with our father.

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"Dancin' with Daddy" by Jenny Pforr
Copyright 2005 Jenny Pforr

Two little feet on the pedals
His gentle hand on her back
The bike was her Shetland pony
Until the front wheel hit the crack
She bumped her head and scaped her knee
And put a hole in her princess dress.
Those pattened leather shoes got a big scuff
And her baby soft hair was a mess.
She sat in the driveway crying
And said "Daddy I don't want to learn to ride"
He sang the song she knew so well
As he held her by his side

When you're dancin' with daddy
There's a sparkle in the sky.
When you're dancin' with daddy
You're the twinkle in my eye.
You're my Little Dipper
And I'm your Northern Star
Then he softly whispers
"Dream and you'll go far"
When you're dancin' with daddy.

She got makeup on her evening gown
Her hair refused to curl
She broke the strap on those brand new shoes
Not your typical prom night girl
By the time she got down stairs
She couldn't keep the tears inside.
He sang the song she knew so well
As he held her by his side.


The father daughter dance began
He took her by the hand
He said "You'll always be my little girl,
I'll always understand"
She said "Daddy, I'll always love you"
And he broke down and cried
She sang the song they knew so well
And she held him by her side.

Song Length
Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal

Subject Matter

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Jenny Pforr
Music Credits Jenny Pforr
Producer Credits Bob Buford,