One of the best moments in someone’s life is to sing with his/her own mother or father. It is a rare scenario to see children and their parents singing together especially onstage or in front of a crowd. A parent will always be grateful for this rare chance. In this case, the country music world is not an exemption.
“Daddy, Come Home” was originally penned by Irving Berlin and was first published in 1913. The following year, Bill Murray recorded the song. This is a humorous song that narrates a story of a young boy calling his father on the telephone to ask him to leave work and deal with an assortment of family problems at home.