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  1. Zulkibei
    Nimi 05.12.2019
    And he says I don't call him daddy But he takes care of things When you pick me up on Friday Are you gonna bring me anything? Oh don't worry dad ya know It don't matter what we do I don't call him daddy He could never be like you Never be like you God bless their little hearts They're the ones who really pay When mom and dad can't get along.
  2. Mooguzragore
    Kishura 11.12.2019
    "I Don't Call Him Daddy" - performed by Doug Supernaw Written by Reed Nielson (BMI). >From the album "Red and Rio Grande" - BMG Music/BNA. Transcribed by: Darragh Egan May 14, Please send any questions, comments, or corrections to me.
  3. Samudal
    Mura 06.12.2019
    About I Don't Call Him Daddy "I Don't Call Him Daddy" is a song written by Reed Nielsen. It was initially recorded by Kenny Rogers on his album I Prefer the Moonlight, and was released in October by Doug Supernaw as the third single from his debut album Red and Rio Grande.
  4. Kigadal
    Gardalmaran 05.12.2019
    I Don't Call Him Daddy. 80 likes. "I Don't Call Him Daddy" is a song written by Reed Nielsen. It was initially recorded by Kenny Rogers on his album.
  5. Arakus
    Kakora 08.12.2019
    This is a gem of a record/CD (Album). Doug Supernaw saw brief success in the 90s, but still has a strong following in Texas and among other areas of the country. This whole CD is good, every song is worth hearing. My favorites: " Red and Rio Grande," "Reno" and "I Don't Call Him Daddy"/5(23).
  6. Fesida
    Yotaxe 09.12.2019
    Lyrics to 'I Don't Call Him Daddy' by Doug Supernaw. It was six in the morning when I made the county line; There's someone I've got to talk to, can't get it off my mind. He is just a kid, and he's in a pretty rough spot; Two dimes to make a phone call, that's about all I got.
  7. Samura
    Vizragore 12.12.2019
    About I Don't Call Him Daddy "I Don't Call Him Daddy" is a song written by Reed Nielsen. It was initially recorded by Kenny Rogers on his album I Prefer the Moonlight, and was released in October by Doug Supernaw as the third single from his debut album Red and Rio Grande. Supernaw's version was his only Number One hit, reaching its.

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