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Lullaby! Heart songs for Baby and Mama

Publisher: Anson D. F. Randolph, New York, N.Y., 1870
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d1All the little birds are sleeping
d2As I walked over the hills one day
d3Baby, close those eyes of thine
d4Baby, I pray
d5Baby, what does the robin say
d6Close beneath thy mother's wing
d7Come white angels, to baby and me
d8Darling babe, a father's kiss
d9Darling, let me kiss thee
d10Dear baby, sleep thy mother's near thee
d11Evening is falling to sleep in the west
d12Golden slumbers kiss your eyes
d13High on the top of an old pine tree
d14Hither, sleep, a mother wants thee
d15Hush, the waves are rolling in
d16Jesus, tender shepherd, hear us
d17Little one thy mother's weeping
d18Look up look quick my little one
d19Lullaby, baby, go to sleep
d20Lullaby, O lullaby, Baby, hush that little cry
d21Now let me lay the pearl away
d22O little child, be still and rest
d23Rock, rock the cradle
d24Sleep, baby, sleep, our Savior loves his sheep
d25Sleep, baby, sleep, sleep and do not weep
d26Sleep, darling baby, my precious art thou
d27Sleep, little baby, I come on a zephyr
d28Sleep, my darling, sleep, shut [close] thy [your]
d29Sleep, sleep, gentle sleep
d30Sleep, sleep, sleep, little darlings
d31Sleep softly, baby darling
d32Sleep, thou lovely boy, mother's only joy
d33Sleep well, my dear, sleep safe and free
d34Soft, my child, I did not chide thee
d35Soft the twilight shadows fall
d36The days are cold, the nights are long
d37The sandman the sandman
d38There go to sleep, Dolly, in mother's own lap
d39There sitteth a dove, so fair and white
d40Thou, blessed soul, what canst thou fear
d41To sleep, to sleep, my baby dear
d42Two hands closed fast, two lids downcast
d43What does little birdie say
d44Why dost thou weep, my child
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