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Daddy's on the Rainbow

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing Along with Bob Nolan in his home

 

I heard a little boy ask a little girl,

“Where’s your daddy, dear?

I never see him here.”

And this is how she answered him,

“My daddy’s on the rainbow in the sky,

High above the world,

Rocking in a rainbow chair.

My daddy sends the stormy clouds away

With his rainbow smile.

Can’t you see him ‘way up there?

 

Daddy-on-the-rainbow,

Can you see me here?

Can I climb the rainbow, can I, Daddy dear?

I’ve done all the things you told me to.

I’ve kept every vow.

Can I climb the rainbow now?”

 

Daddy-on-the-rainbow,

Can you see me here?

Can I climb the rainbow, can I, Daddy dear?

I’ve done all the things you told me to.

I’ve kept every vow.

Can I climb the rainbow now?”

 

 

 

 

More about this song.

For permission to record Bob Nolan's music, contact: The Songwriter’s Guild of America

This song has never been commercially recorded.