Daddy was written in 1941 by Bobby Troup (of Route 66 fame) and it was his first musical success. The song was recorded by a number of artists in that same year, including Glenn Miller, The Andrews Sisters and Bing Crosby. Our version is a transcription of Julie London's version taken from her 1961 Liberty Records album "Whatever Julie Wants". We have made a couple of adaptations to the original concept. The strings have been removed and their lines have been re-scored back into the band. Also, the Trumpet section was written very high in the band bridge, so we have lowered the ranges whist retaining the feel. The original notes are included on the Trumpet parts, should your band wish to use them. There are no sax doubles and the vocal key is Db.