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A Sandman Lullaby

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

When the nightingale comes winging’ to his wildwood love

And the Sandman, he comes singing’ down the moonbeam trail above,

Throwing’ sand in sleepy eyes till a world of sorrow dies

And old friends meet in slumber sweet

    To a Sandman's lullaby.

 

Day is done and evening’ finds me home by the fire.

Let me stay.

Turn the lights down low, let the shadows glow on the wall.

See the flames dance and sway.

What a joy divine, this peace of mine to dream by the fire.

End of day.

 

When the nightingale comes winging’ to his wildwood love

And the Sandman, he comes singing’ down the moonbeam trail above,

Throwing’ sand in sleepy eyes till a world of sorrow dies

And old friends meet in slumber sweet

To a Sandman's lullaby.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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