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LEE'S LULLABY (Lee Morse) Lee Morse - 1924 At close of day, just off Broadway, in a dreary little room Sitting there in a rocking chair Where Broadway's lights fade into blue You will see Little Lee try to hush her baby's cry All too soon she'll croon another tune On Broadway, that is why she's tired Lee's Lullaby, Honey, don't cry Mother loves you, that you know Lee's Lullaby, tear in her eye Honeylamb, 'most time to go Moon swingin' high, turn out his light While I rock you to and fro Everytime I have to leave you, Jackie I pray the Lord may keep you safe and happy Go to sleep and I'll keep singin' Lee's Lullaby Sandman's a comin', bullfrogs are leapin' Down in the meadow Bye-bye my little dusky darlin' Go to sleep and dry those tears away Everytime I have to, Leave you Jackie, I pray the Lord to keep you, Safe and happy. Everytime I have to leave you, Jackie I pray the Lord may keep you safe and happy Go to sleep and I'll keep singin' Lee's Lullaby Mother Lee's Lullaby (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2012)

    


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