Daddy, I’m sorry!
All I ever wanted was to make you proud
But at the time it sounded like
The loudest voice was the crowds!
I left my virginity on the back seat of your car,
That night you went out.
And he told me that if I loved him
I’d go down.
So I did it.
I let him drive me insane
I did everything he wanted me to
Until he came, then pain came. Then shame came.
I did it and I wanted to tell you before
But I didn’t know how,
I’m sorry dad.
I’m still a child, I can’t be a mom!
I still have dreams of graduating and going to prom!
You know the girl with the big belly never wins prom queen.
And I can’t do this without him.
I thought he loved me. He said he loved me!
But what do I know about love?
I’m a just little girl and he just too old!
Your little girl, your baby girl.
Daddy! What am I supposed to do?
Adoption or abortion?
Neither of them sounds like a life option!
Daddy, I’m sorry.
I never pictured my future this way.
In my dreams we’d both be happy
Somewhere else far away,
But in reality life feels worse
Than my worst nightmares.
I didn’t mean to hurt your feelings.
But I couldn’t look you in the eyes any more.
I had to runaway and find something worth living for.
Although all the stupid things I’ve done,
Besides the wrong path I choose,
I’m still daddy’s little girl.
And I’m sorry.
People say I’m a whore,
They don’t know my story!
They don’t even want to know
Where I come from!
I do drugs not because I feel worthless,
But because I need something to kill
The pain of sleeping with someone else’s husband,
Brother, cousin… father!
Because I am someone’s daughter!
Maybe a prostitute, a failure, a drugs addict.
But at the end of the day I’m still your daughter.
Daddy, all I ever wanted was to see you proud!
To see that smile of yours you had when I was a child
And you would spin me all around!
So forgive me father,
For leaving town,
For giving up on the prom crown,
For failing in life somehow