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LULLABY (Sheila Brook) Turnstone Dressed in blue Dear old couple on the train Side by side With shades of lightest green and grey Silver halos catch the light of spring As old England passes by the train line brings Fox and Heron South of Crewe Rolling stock at junction two But old couple just don't see They sleep away the miles In seats like cradles dreaming lullaby’s Coming through Dear old drunkard on the train Swaying with the motion Dressed in denim old and stained Speaking out in tongues Fantasies and truth Calling out the names of football clubs and Ruth Ruth is obviously not here But the old drunk has no fear He can see her very clear For she's the only one He cradles in his mind like lullabies Now deep in chairs we sit And grip our hearts for fear the love we feel will spill Spill like falling rain And leave us with the wonder of our hearts again On this lullaby train Two by two Dear young travellers on the train Savouring the last lap of an Odyssey in Spain Wide eyed with the wonder of the Western sky The time will fly just sing yourselves a lullaby Now deep in chairs we sit And grip our hearts for fear the love we feel will spill Spill like falling rain And leave us with the wonder of our hearts again On this lullaby train Lula lula lula lula by by Does you want the moon to play with Lula lula lula lula by by Or the moon to run away with They’ll come if you don’t cry They’ll come if you don’t cry Lula lula lula lula by by does you want the moon to play with

    


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