“Daddy Come Home” is a song written by George Jones and Earl Montgomery. It was released as a single in 1965 and reached #6 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The song tells the story of a young girl pleading for her father to come home and be with the family again.
In 2002, George Jones recorded a duet version of the song with his daughter Georgette Jones. The duet was released on the album “The Gospel Collection,” which features re-recordings of some of Jones’ most beloved gospel songs.
The duet version of “Daddy Come Home” showcases the emotional bond between father and daughter and adds an extra layer of tenderness to the already-heartfelt lyrics. The song has resonated with many listeners over the years and remains a touching tribute to the enduring love between a parent and child.