Lullaby

Album: Old Ideas (2012)
  • Sleep baby sleep
    The day’s on the run
    The wind in the trees
    Is talking in tongues

    If your heart is torn
    I don’t wonder why
    If the night is long
    Here’s my lullaby
    Here’s my lullaby

    Well the mouse ate the crumb
    Then the cat ate the crust
    Now they’ve fallen in love
    They’re talking in tongues

    If your heart is torn
    I don’t wonder why
    If the night is long
    Here’s my lullaby
    Here’s my lullaby

    Sleep baby sleep
    There’s a morning to come
    The wind in the trees
    They’re talking in tongues

    If your heart is torn
    I don’t wonder why
    If the night is long
    Here’s my lullaby
    Here’s my lullaby Writer/s: JON COHEN, DP, HAYLEY WESTENRA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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