The baby of this family is gone - my daddy's little girl.
What does DLG stand for?
DLG stands for Daddy's Little Girl
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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Samples in periodicals archive:
New York, July 26 ( ANI ): Tom Cruise has launched a full-court press to win over his daughter Suri - spoiling her rotten, so that daddy's little girl remembers the lavish lifestyle he offers.
Daddy's Little Girl Peter Wilson, author Carol Matsuyama, illustrator Privately Published www.
Happy birthday darling, love Joanne and daddy's little girl, Maryann, Dad, Kennyjo, Adam, Willy, Johnross and Grandad Chris and Granny Cilla.
If I had to live my life over, I'd choose you to be my dad, I would take the chances of losing you, with the fear of those painful tears, all because being daddy's little girl has been the proudest of my years.
Last year, they all sang on Family First, a song used in Tyler Perry's film, Daddy's Little Girls.
Des was singing in the Turf Hotel on Cannon Street when he came over and bought my dad a pint," said Doreen, 79, from Berwick Hills, who still loves to hear Des sing You'll never Know How Much I Love You and Daddy's Little Girl.