In this mental institution, lookin' out through these iron bars How could he put me in here, how could he go that far Yes I need help but not this kind, he didn't love me from the start But it's not my mind that's broken, it's my heart Oh Daddy come and get me and take me home with you I'm depending on you Daddy, there's nothing I can do And you said that I could come to you if I ever was in need But Daddy I can't come to you, you'll have to come to me
When he said he loved another, I was crazy with jealousy That's 'cause I was crazy over him and I couldn't stand to set him free And I couldn't stand to lose him and I cried and cried for days And he said that I was crazy but he just put me in here to get me out of his way Daddy come and get me
Oh Daddy come and get me and take me home with you I'm depending on you Daddy 'cause there's nothing else I can do And you said that I could come to you if I ever was in need But Daddy I can't come to you, you'll have to come to me
Oh Daddy, come and get me
Writer/s: DOROTHY JO HOPE, DOLLY PARTON
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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