Psychopath dad recorded eerie song for daughter before killing her and brother

An Australian dad released a bizarre music video dedicated to his four-year-old daughter before he killed her in a sickening murder-suicide plot.

Indika Gunathilaka, 40, killed his daughter Lily and her brother Kohan, 6, at a home in Huntingdale in Perth's south-east on Friday, January 28.

The children were found dead in their beds and the father was found in the garage in what police have since confirmed was a murder-suicide.

But since the news broke, footage has been uncovered by the Mail Online of a song the father wrote for his "bossy pants" little girl which he had professionally recorded and filmed an accompanying music video.

Gunathilaka appeared on a clifftop in front of wind turbines along the coast as he sang the eerie lyrics: "I don't love you more than your brother – but there is something about a daughter…

"When I hear you call me dada with that smile across your face, every ounce of masculinity in a single moment you slay.

"The first time I held you, I knew I met my match. You soon became the bossy pants that bring everyone to their knees. All I want for you is happiness even when I'm worm food."

The chorus to the song, believed to have been recorded in 2019, got even creepier as he refers to his toddler as a 'flirt.'

It adds: "You're my girl, my girl, my very own princess, my love. You flirt, you flirt, you hold the reins to my heart.

"One look from you is all I need to turn gloom into glee. Remember that I loved you before our first meet."

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The video, which has been viewed over 50,000 times and attracted many comments from heartbroken viewers posting: "Rest in peace."

Some questioned the father's mental health, as one said: "We have no right to make judgements about Indika. He was a very troubled person."

But others were less forgiving and went as far as branding him a 'child-killing psychopath.'

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