The 10 Creepiest Father-Daughter Duets In Music History

Happy Father's Day!

By Frank Donovan

  • “Somethin’ Stupid” by Frank and Nancy Sinatra

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    It’s a love song for cryin’ out loud!

  • “Unforgettable” Nat King and Natalie Cole

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    We want to think it’s sweet, but it’s a straight up love song, and a posthumous duet. Double creepy.

  • “Lemon Incest” by Serge and Charlotte Gainsbourg

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    The vid depicts Serge without a shirt and Charlotte without pants, in bed.

  • “Don’t Cry Daddy” by Elvis and Lisa Marie Presley

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    Like the Coles’ “Unforgettable,” this posthumous duet gives us the heebie-jeebies.

  • “Changes” by Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne

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    The original Black Sabbath song was about the drummer’s breakup with his wife. They should’ve left it at that.

  • “Should’ve Never Let You Go” by Neil and Dara Sedaka

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    Too many romantic love vibes.

  • “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” by Steven and Liv Tyler

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    We love the Tylers, but we’re glad it’s just a short clip and not a full-fledged cover.

  • “Daddy’s Girl” by Cori B. Featuring Snoop Dogg

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    We’d rather listen to her “Trouble” cover.

  • “You Are So Beautiful” by Brian and Carnie Wilson

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    How can you not imagine them kissing at the end?

  • “Dream” by Donovan and Astrella Celeste

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    Somehow how we blame the creepiness of this vid on the lack of chemistry…