“I said your name but I always tried to hide your face,” he sang in 2017 on “Castles” from BiologySorry that Hayley had to carry any of his luggage just because she was a kid.
“This game is crazy / I wanted to claim my love for you but damn it / I never knew it would be like this / If you did, I wouldn’t do it / You didn’t ask for any of this r / Now you’re being punished? / Things that should have been mine and your mother’s public.”
Finally, Hailie Jade – either one of her nicknames or just being there – has appeared in nearly two dozen songs over the course of his career. (“Hayley, baby, I didn’t mean to make you 80 percent of what I sang,” he showed in 2017 “In Your Head.”
Perhaps the peak of his involuntary daughter’s fame came in 2002 thanks to Eminem ShowShe traces the duel of “Hayley’s song” (“My little boy is getting older / I watch her grow up with pride / People make jokes,” because they don’t understand me / They just don’t see my real side / I act like s-t don’t bother me / Inside it drives me crazy / Insecure I have it could eat me alive / But then I see my baby / Suddenly I didn’t go crazy / It all makes sense when I look into her eyes”) and “My dad’s gone crazy”.
The latter featuring the unforgettable 6-year-old Hailie “I think my dad is gone cray-zeh! “Hawkeye, who, Eminem Tell rolling rock in 2004, it came out.
“If I feel like I’m working too much, I let the kids come into the studio,” he said, explaining how their collaboration arose. “I get this little guilt trip inside, so I’d like to have Kim raise her and let her hang out in the studio. So me and [Dr.] know They were working together, and Hayley was running all over the studio and she was like [in a little girl high voice], “Someone please help me! I think my dad has gone crazy!”