"DADDY'S GIRL" is not sugar coated or view through rose colored glasses, but rather an honest, uncensored view into Dottie Lou's life describing: The extreme poverty and strenuous labor on a rural farm, She endured. The addiction to music, against all odds, She pursued. The incest of a controlling, demanding, alcoholic father. She overcame. Dottie Lou may shock you at times! At times you will love her, at time you may even hate her, but there will never be a time you won't be moved by the ups and downs of her life as you share her experiences----some of the innermost secrets of her soul. You will laugh and you will cry as you dwell on the compulsive, obsessive love for music, the heritage of every musician who makes music their life. And this is just The First Note, the beginning of her auto-biography, the story of poverty, incest and the love of music, bridled by the overpowering control of the Stockholm Syndrome.