"Daddy's Getting Married" as written by and Beth Nicole/dexter Hopkins....
My mama followed her lover to India
The mongoose and the Roti Walla
On your front porch
Tear me from a growling tiger's mouth
From then on I'm in love

Don't ask me how I am today
Don't want to talk about it
Don't ask what the matter is
Today's the big day
Daddy's getting married
Mama wipe yer tears away
My daddy's getting married
I don't know what to say
My daddy's getting married
Today's the big day
My daddy's getting married
Mama wipe yer tears away

Nice mommy and daddy
Tell me to drink my milk
Don't draw moustaches
On my sister's barbies
Sit on the potty till
You go little girl
I learned to smoke cigarettes
In Kentucky, y'all

Don't ask me how I am today
Don't want to talk about it
Don't ask what the matter is
Today's the big day

Daddy's getting married
Mama wipe yer tears away
My daddy's getting married
I don't know what to say
My daddy's getting married
Today's the big day
My daddy's getting married
Mama wipe yer tears away

Never really felt weird or anything
Things like this happen even to me
Wedding cake rotting in the graveyard
Drowning dream like puppies in the sea

Today is the big day
My daddy's getting married
Mama wipe yer tears away
My daddy's getting married
Today is the big day
My daddy's getting married
Mama wipe yer tears away


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"Daddys Getting Married" as written by John William Dexter Beth Nicole Hopkins

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    General CommentI think this song is self explanitory. But I will say that I heard for the first time in a Sears.
    sixedhearton December 15, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyea. it's so literal but it's really good. it makes me think about my parents so i can relate...
    missmurder233on July 12, 2007   Link

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