My Promiscuous Daughter
by CKY

Album: CKY Vol. 1 (2001)
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  • The band wanted to write a song about one of the most disturbing things to encounter. They decided to write a song about someone catching their daughter performing oral sex on her uncle. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Josh - Huntington, WV
  • The group's name stands for "Camp Kill Yourself."

Comments: 6

  • Trevor from Ontario Deron miller is an alternative musical genius and nobody can disagree with that
  • Eric from Milltown, InBam's favorite band is HIM, he kinda says that alot. Anyways, this song rocks and its awesome when they play it at their shows
  • Jim from Clarmore, Okno its bams fav band because there bada** rifs
  • John from Glasgow, Scotlandits bams fav band coz its his brother thats in it. i thought HIM was his favourite.
  • Kelsie from Reno, NvI love this band they r awesome and the r BAM's fav band as well
  • Joel from Panama City, FlA very good song one CKY's best but a very untouched subject..... If you know what i mean
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