“Don’t Cry Daddy” Duet by Elvis Presley and his Daughter Lisa Marie Presley Will Make You Cry!
“Don’t Cry Daddy” is a song written by Mac Davis and recorded by Elvis Presley in 1969. The song is a heartfelt ballad about a father comforting his young daughter after the death of her mother.
In 1997, Lisa Marie Presley recorded a new version of “Don’t Cry Daddy” as a duet with her late father. The recording used Elvis’s original vocals from the 1969 recording, which were combined with Lisa Marie’s new vocals to create a duet version of the song.
The duet version of “Don’t Cry Daddy” was released as a single in 1997, and it became a hit in several countries around the world. The song’s emotional lyrics, combined with the touching father-daughter connection between Elvis and Lisa Marie, made it a popular choice for fans of Elvis’s music.
The duet version of “Don’t Cry Daddy” has since been included on several Elvis Presley compilation albums, and it remains a touching tribute to the enduring legacy of Elvis Presley and the special bond he shared with his daughter Lisa Marie.