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TRANSATLANTIC LULLABY (Morgan / McDermott) Adelaide Hall - 1939 New Yorkís skyscrapers are sleeping Dawn comes creeping on Street lamps are shining more clearly Night has nearly gone Papa and mama both are yawning now All their goodnights will soon be said It wonít be long until the morning now And time to go to bed Soft Manhattan evenings fall A velvet dust envelops all On Hudson River, distant tugboats cry Ship to ship and shore to shore The waters make a shining floor And hum a transatlantic lullaby The sky is silky dark, itís cool in Central Park The traffic cars all clanging past A busy day is done, the lights fade one by one And Broadway goes to bed at last Tomorrow seems a distant beam And still the rocky waters gleam, And hum a sleepy transatlantic lullaby The sky is silky dark, itís cool in Central Park The charley cars all clanging past A busy day is done, the lights fade one by one And Broadway goes to bed at last Tomorrow seems a distant beam And still the rocky waters gleam And hum a sleepy transatlantic lullaby

    


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