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Duration: 1:47 
Release Date: 1962  (Captain Wayne) 
Lyrics By: Vardi/DeNoon (Stavro Arrgolus) 
Music By: Vardi/DeNoon (Stavro Arrgolus) 
Produced By:
Released By: Kapp Records (single) (Stavro Arrgolus) 
Published By: Robert Maxwell Music (Stavro Arrgolus) 
Licensing: ASCAP  #430142142 (Stavro Arrgolus) 
  • Jo Anne Morse recorded this in 1962 when she was only 7 years old (Captain Wayne)
  • In 1962 it's peak chart position in Billboard was #67 over a five-week run (Captain Wayne)
  • Reached #12 on the Canadian Charts for the week of July 2, 1962 (Captain Wayne)
  • Song Lyrics:
    My daddy is President,
    What does your daddy do?
    I live in a big white house
    On Pennsylvania Avenue.

    I always hide behind
    The desk in daddy's den
    When I play hide-and-seek
    With Secret Service men.

    My daddy is President,
    We had a busy day.
    I'm learning the alphabet:

    I don't play house,
    I play the game of government.
    'Cause my daddy is the President.

    At daddy's first press conference,
    I made news,
    Wearing mommy's high heeled shoes.
    And every time I'm able
    I'm under the conference table.

    My daddy is President,
    We make a happy pair.
    I go for my pony ride,
    He rides in his rocking chair.

    No matter what I do
    It makes a news event
    'Cause my daddy is the President.
    (Stavro Arrgolus)
    Current Rating 8.7 (4 votes)
    Song Images:
    Messages about the song: "My Daddy Is President"
    gunde   Offline  -  Member  -  04-05-11 10:05 PM  -  13 years ago
    Does anyone remember who this lil Jo Ann Morse was and whatever became of her? The flip side of the 45 is "Macaroni" a song about Caroline's little pony. I recently bought a copy of it, came from Canada only cost $8.
    Stavro Arrgolus   Offline  -  Editor, MP3  -  02-12-08 08:47 PM  -  16 years ago
    We have it. Read the 'downloading shows' section of
    JonnJonzz   Offline  -  Member  -  02-12-08 08:32 PM  -  16 years ago
    I remember that song. I heard it in 1962 when I was 10 years old in Provincetown, Cape Cod. I haven't heard it since. I'd love to. Put it on You Tube. No 45 is worth more than 5 bucks and the dealer will sell it for 8, unless it has Caroline Kennedy's autograph on it. Send it to the Kennedy library in Boston and I'd bet she would. Then you'd be rich. Seriously, post it on You Tube.
    Susieq2001   Offline  -  Member  -  12-05-06 11:32 PM  -  17 years ago
    I have this song on a 45, it was purchased at Sam the Record Man in Toronto. Does anybody have any idea if it is of any value?
    Thanks, Susan
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