Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. What does this butterfly Kisses – Bob Carlisle mean to you?
She was sent here from heaven and she’s daddy’s little girl. Walk beside the pony, Daddy, it’s my first ride. I know the cake looks funny, Daddy, but I sure tried. To deserve a hug every morning And butterfly kisses at night.
One part woman, the other part girl. Trying her wings out in a great big world. But if you don’t mind I’m only gonna kiss you on the cheek this time. Like the wind, the years go by. She’ll make a promise and I’ll give her away. Standing in the bride-room just staring at her. I’m not sure-I just feel like I’m losing my baby girl.
Walk me down the aisle, Daddy-it’s just about time. Does my wedding gown look pretty, Daddy? Oh, with all that I’ve done wrong I must have done something right. I couldn’t ask God for more, man this is what love is. Song Discussions is protected by U. Carlisle’s rendition of the song became a major radio hit in United States, reaching the top 10 of Hot 100 Airplay and becoming a number-one single on the Adult Contemporary chart. The same year that Carlisle’s version was released, two different country music artists recorded covers of the song.
These covers would overlap with his version, which was also a minor hit on the country charts. Jeff Carson also recorded his own version on his second album for Curb Records, which was also titled Butterfly Kisses. Carson’s version peaked at number 63 on the country music charts. Top RPM Adult Contemporary: Issue 3246. Top RPM Country Tracks: Issue 3264.
RPM Top 100 Country Tracks of 1997″. Content is available under CC BY-SA 3. In the spring of 1997, Bob Carlisle unexpectedly had a crossover hit with “Butterfly Kisses,” an ode to his love for his daughter that just happened to hit the airwaves around Father’s Day. Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds.