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Lullabye (Goodnight My Angel)


Goodnight, my angel
Time to close your eyes
And save these questions for another day
I think I know what you've been asking me
I think you know what I've been trying to say
I promised I would never leave you
And you should always know
Wherever you may go
No matter where you are
I never will be far away

Goodnight, my angel
Now it's time to sleep
And still so many things I want to say
Remember all the songs you sang for me
When we went sailing on an emerald bay
And like a boat out on the ocean
I'm rocking you to sleep
The water's dark
And deep inside this ancient heart
You'll always be a part of me

Goodnight, my angel
Now it's time to dream
And dream how wonderful your life will be
Someday your child may cry
And if you sing this lullabye
Then in your heart
There will always be a part of me

Someday we'll all be gone
But lullabyes go on and on...
They never die
That's how you
And I
Will be

Lyrics and Vocal by Billy Joel


A Lullabye

Lay your head down to bed
and let your slumber sweep your cares away.
In your dreams, chase moonbeams
all the way across the Milky Way.

And as you rest in the nest
that we've made for you,
we'll caress and keep you blessed.
Never alone for the whole night through.

Go to sleep, don't you weep.
Tomorrow's gonna be a brand new day.
Let your creativity shine & your
magination run wild!

Author Unknown


To Raise A Child

To raise a child, And do it right,
Is like the way
To fly a kite.

You run with it
Then toss it high
To help it leave
The ground and fly.

It dips and bobs
Then tries to sail,
It falls, you add
A longer tail.

[Button] [Button] As it ascends
It needs more string
You let it out
While worrying.

At last it soars,
And finally
It snaps the line
And now is free.

It drifts away
Beyond a cloud,
You watch it go,
Both sad and proud.

John T. Baker-Copyright 1999
(Based on a column by Erma Bombeck)


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