Daddy's Little Girl is a classic song typically played at white weddings while a bride dances with her father.

The song's lyrics and music were written by Robert Burke and Horace Gerlach. It was then recorded by The Mills Brothers in 1950. It has been covered by other recording artist such as Al Martino, Frank Fontaine and Michael Bublé.

It is heard during a montage of Kelly in the season 5 episode One Down, Two to Go, showing her as a child, then a teenager and finally at her as a young adult. In each stage, she first shows Al her attempt to spell the word "Cat". Then, later that evening, she is brought home by a Chicago police officer and Al escorts back into the house.

The version heard in this episode uses part of the first verse from the second repeat, followed by the chorus repeated twice.


You're the end of the rainbow, my pot of gold
You're daddy's little girl to have and to hold
A precious gem is what you are
You're mommy's bright and shining star

You're the spirit of Christmas, my star on the tree
You're the Easter Bunny to mommy and me
You're sugar, you're spice, you're everything nice
And you're daddy's little girl

You're the treasure I cherish, so sparkling and bright
You were touched by the holy and beautiful light
Like angels that sing, a heavenly thing
And you're daddy's little girl

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