Night's Lullaby

Album: Release Me (2012)
  • The sandman is calling
    Your adlibs are falling
    Like stars shooting out the sky
    The dewdrops they glisten
    As we lie here and listen
    To sound of the night's lullaby

    Sleep tight little darling
    You'll rise in the morning
    And heaven will keep you from harm
    As you lie in your sweet mother's arms
    As you lie in your sweet mother's arms

    The twilight brings trouble
    The moon ever struggles
    To shine like his brother the sun
    The wind reassures him
    With thunder and lightning
    Darkness declares day is done

    Good night little darling
    We'll rise in the morning
    And heaven will keep us from harm
    As we lie in your sweet mother's arms
    As we lie in your sweet mother's arms

    Sleep tight little darling
    We'll rise in the morning
    And heaven will keep us from harm
    As we lie in your sweet mother's arms
    As we lie in your sweet mother's arms
    As we lie in your sweet mother's arms
    As we lie in your sweet mother's arms Writer/s: LYLE PEARCE LOVETT
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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