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Daddy, Come Home

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'Daddy, Come Home' is a song written by Irving Berlin and first published in 1913. The humorous song begins "Hello Central, dear Central, listen here: please connect me with my father" and tells the story from the point of view 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.

The song was recorded on December 13, 1913 by Billy Murray for The Victor Talking Machine Company (No. 14167).


Category:Songs written by Irving Berlin

Category:1913 songs

Category:Billy Murray (singer) songs

Category:Songs about telephone calls

Category:Songs about fathers

Category:Comedy songs

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