Amy Winehouse's family visited the late singer's gravesite on the 10-year anniversary of her death, but it proved too much for her father.
Mitch was overcome with emotions as he stood over his daughter's grave on Friday, hanging his head low and wiping back tears.
Several of Winehouse's family members surrounded Mitch while he paid his respect one decade after her sudden passing.
The Rehab singer is buried at Edgwarebury Lane Cemetery in London. Her gravestone is also dedicated to her grandmother, who died five years before Winehouse.
Her stone reads, "In loving memory of Cynthia Levy ... and her beloved granddaughter Amy Jade Winehouse," as well as, "Forever in the hearts of their devoted family, Mitch and Jane, Janis and Richar, Melody and Elliott Alex and Riva."
Despite wearing sunglasses, Mitch couldn't hide his overwhelming sadness.
Brushing away tears, the 70-year-old and fellow guests placed colorful painted stones and notes at Winehouse's grave -- which is a Jewish tradition.
Winehouse died on July 23, 2011, inside her Camden home.
Her official cause of death was accidental alcohol poisoning, with the singer's blood level five times over the legal limit.
Mitch has spoken out about his daughter a lot lately.
Speaking to The Sun, he said Winehouse's fans should remember her for "her talent, her generosity and the love she showed us all," and "not just her troubles with addiction."
Following Winehouse's death, her parents created the Amy Winehouse Foundation 2011, which focuses on educating youth on addition.
They also set up Amy's Place, a facility that houses 16 women to help them adapt to life after seeking rehabilitation.
When addressing the money that Winehouse's music is still bringing in, Mitch said, "Amy’s mum Janis and I manage her estate, and yes of course her music still makes a lot of money, what she did has set her whole family up."
"The thing is, though, and I can’t say this clearly enough, I would give back every penny just to have my daughter back," he continued.
"Ten years after her death, she is still looking after her loved ones — her family and many of her friends have been supported by her — and that’s typical of her. She was generous in life and in many ways she still is now."