It is a god-given opportunity to express your love, respect and appreciation to your dear Papa and there is no better way to say “I love you” or “thank you” than with a song! In this article, we list top heartfelt Father’s Day songs to honor that special man in your life.
With these Father’s Day songs, you can make a PPT presentation, E-cards, short movie or DVD slideshow to surprise your father greatly. I hope you enjoy the best Father’s Day songs and make the third Sunday of June a wonderful and unforgettable Father’s Day.
Papa, Can You Hear Me? – Barbra Streisand
Oh God – our heavenly father.
Oh God – and my father.
Who is also in heaven.
Illuminate the night the way.
Your spirit illuminates my soul.
Papa, can you hear me?
Dear Old Dad – Ron Brown
Who can fix my broken bike?
Whose strong hands can hold me tight?
When I need someone to make things right,
It’s my dear old Dad.
Father and Son – Cat Stevens
Father, It’s not time to make a change,
Just relax, take it easy. Find a girl, settle down,
If you want you can marry.
Look at me, I am old, but I’m happy.
Father and Daughter – Paul Simon
I believe a light that shines on you will shine on you forever,
And though I can’t guarantee there’s nothing scary hiding under your bed,
I’m gonna stand guard like a postcard of a Golden Retriever,
And never leave ’til I leave you with a sweet dream in your head.
Happy Father’s Day to You – N-toon
Dad I’m sending you this letter to let you know,
I’ve been thinking ’bout you,
All the kids at school are ready for the holidays,
That’s when I really miss you,
And hoping you’d come back.
Seein’ My Father In Me – Paul Overstreet
I’m seein’ my father in me, I guess that’s how it’s meant to be,
And I find I’m more and more like him each day,
I notice I walk the way he walks, I notice I talk the way he talks,
I’m startin’ to see my father in me.
He Didn’t Have to Be – Brad Paisley
When a single mom goes out on a date with somebody new,
It always winds up feeling more like a job interview,
My momma used to wonder if she’d ever meet someone,
Who wouldn’t find out about me and then turn around and run.
Daddy’s Hands – Holly Dunn
I remember Daddy´s hands, folded silently in prayer,
And reaching out to hold me, when I had a nightmare,
You could read quite a story, in the callouses and lines,
Years of work and worry had left their mark behind.
Dance With My Father – Luther Vandross
Back when I was a child, before life removed all the innocence,
My father would lift me high and dance with my mother and me and then,
Spin me around ‘til I fell asleep. Then up the stairs he would carry me,
And I knew for sure I was loved.
The Greatest Man I Never Knew – Reba McEntire
The greatest man I never knew,
Lived just down the hall and everyday we said hello,
But never touched at all,
He was in his paper I was in my room,
How was I to know he thought I hung the moon.