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These songs are a surefire way to make sure there isn’t a dry seat in the house on your special day. And let’s face it, a relationship between a father and his daughter is unspeakably special for all of eternity. If your father cannot be present, then it is a nice gesture to dance this special song with another relative.

 

See our Father-Daughter Song Page with over 600 songs and descriptions!

 

10. I will always love you, Whitney Houston:
This early-90s classic slow-dance beat from the blockbuster movie, “The Bodyguard” is the perfect choice for a father/daughter dance. It has soul and it has class.

 

9. Through the years, Kenny Rogers: Kenny Rogers says it best when he sings, “Through the years, you’ve turned my life around, the sweetest days I’ve found, I’ve found with you…” His sweetest words are expressed in this ballad that any father would be proud to sing to his beautiful daughter.

8. How sweet it is (To be loved by you), James Taylor : If you’re looking for a more upbeat and bubbly song to make a lasting impression, this song must be chosen for your father/daughter dance. It may be fun
to make up a lighthearted dance to go along with the tone of the overall song.

 

7. What a wonderful world, Louis Armstrong : This timeless, almost lullaby-esque classic speaks to the masses of how fathers feel when they become a parent. What a wonderful joy it must be to see your little girl grow up to be an extravagant woman!

 

6. Unforgettable, Nat King Cole : Nat King Cole explains how the special person in his life has changed him forever. His daughter is quite “unforgettable” and loves him just as much as he loves her … as any father/daughter relationship should be.

 

5. Hero, Enrique Iglesias : The title pretty much speaks for itself. A father would only be too glad to be his daughter’s hero, no matter what life has to offer.

 

4. Because you loved me, Celine Dion : With this musical icon’s words such as, “You were my voice when I couldn’t speak, you were my eyes when I couldn’t see…,” how could one not choose this piece for a meaningful dance? This song truly speaks from the daughter’s point of view and expresses that she is who she is because of her father.

 

3. Butterfly kisses, Bob Carlisle : When this song came out in the 1990s, it was one of the most popular wedding songs of all time. To this day, fathers and daughters are still dancing to Bob Carlisle’s ballad and sharing special moments all around the world.

 

2. You are so beautiful to me, Joe Cocker : Mr. Cocker speaks for every father when he says, “You’re everything I hoped for … you are SO beautiful to me.” This song expresses how daughters are truly the apples of their father’s eyes.

 

1. Wind beneath my wings, Bette Midler : If any song must be chosen for a father/daughter dance, this song is it! A father’s love is greater and stronger than any other kind of love in the world.

What was your first Father/Daughter dance song?

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These songs are a surefire way to make sure there isn’t a dry seat in the house on your special day. And let’s face it, a relationship between a father and his daughter is unspeakably special for all of eternity. If your father cannot be present, then it is...
These songs are a surefire way to make sure there isn’t a dry seat in the house on your special day. And let’s face it, a relationship between a father and his daughter is unspeakably special for all of eternity. If your father cannot be present, then it is a nice gesture to dance this special song with another relative. <div>   <span style="font-size: large;"><a href="/wedding-father-daughter-songs1/">See our Father-Daughter Song Page with over 600 songs and descriptions!</a></span>   10. This early-90s classic slow-dance beat from the blockbuster movie, “The Bodyguard” is the perfect choice for a father/daughter dance. It has soul and it has class.   9. says it best when he sings, “Through the years, you’ve turned my life around, the sweetest days I’ve found, I’ve found with you…” His sweetest words are expressed in this ballad that any father would be proud to sing to his beautiful daughter. 8. : If you’re looking for a more upbeat and bubbly song to make a lasting impression, this song must be chosen for your father/daughter dance. It may be fun to make up a lighthearted dance to go along with the tone of the overall song.   7. : This timeless, almost lullaby-esque classic speaks to the masses of how fathers feel when they become a parent. What a wonderful joy it must be to see your little girl grow up to be an extravagant woman!   6. : Nat King Cole explains how the special person in his life has changed him forever. His daughter is quite “unforgettable” and loves him just as much as he loves her … as any father/daughter relationship should be.   5. : The title pretty much speaks for itself. A father would only be too glad to be his daughter’s hero, no matter what life has to offer.   4. : With this musical icon’s words such as, “You were my voice when I couldn’t speak, you were my eyes when I couldn’t see…,” how could one not choose this piece for a meaningful dance? This song truly speaks from the daughter’s point of view and expresses that she is who she is because of her father.   3. : When this song came out in the 1990s, it was one of the most popular wedding songs of all time. To this day, fathers and daughters are still dancing to Bob Carlisle’s ballad and sharing special moments all around the world.   2. : Mr. Cocker speaks for every father when he says, “You’re everything I hoped for … you are SO beautiful to me.” This song expresses how daughters are truly the apples of their father’s eyes.   1. : If any song must be chosen for a father/daughter dance, this song is it! A father’s love is greater and stronger than any other kind of love in the world. What was your first Father/Daughter dance song? </div>
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