One of the most beautiful parts of a wedding is the cherished dance between the bride and her father. We picked 10 country songs that are perfect for father-daughter dances.
1. “Cinderella” by Steven Curtis Chapman (2007)
Chapman wrote this song one night after putting two of his daughters to bed, and the lyrics carry great meaning about cherishing family moments.
2.“Daddy Dance with Me” by Krystal Keith (2013)
Dedicated to her father, Toby Keith, this piece tackles the sentimental moment of the father daughter dance from the perspective of the bride.
3. “My Little Girl” by Tim McGraw (2006)
McGraw builds up his little girl take on this whole world but at the end of the day, no matter what happens she can always go back home to her father.
4. “I Loved Her First” by Heartland (2006)
Heartland makes it clear that the groom’s love comes second to the father’s love for his daughter.
5. “The Man Who Loves You The Most” by Zac Brown Band (2020)
Similar to the sentiment in “I Loved Her First,” “The Man Who Loves You The Most” depicts the unconditional love a father has for his daughter.
6. “Daddy” by Abby Anderson (2014)
Another song written from the perspective of the bride, “Daddy” reassures the bride’s father that the groom will forever take care of his little girl.
7. “Dance with My Daughter” by Jason Blaine (2015)
Blaine hopes to make the most of every moment with his daughter in this heartfelt song.
8. “Best Parts of Me” by Will Dempsey (2020)
Dempsey recounts all of the memories of his daughter that he will cherish forever.
9. “This Dance” by Scott Thomas Laughridge (2018)
“This Dance” expresses the genuine joy Laughridge feels knowing that he gets to dance with his daughter one more time.
10. “Dads and Daughters” by MaRynn Taylor (2020)
Taylor declares in this song that nothing can come between the love that daughters and fathers have for one another.
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