Lullaby of Dreams

WHEN I SEE YOU OFF TO SLEEP,

I SEND YOU TO SAIL, IN A CHOCOLATE COVERED BOAT.

I WANT YOU TO FIND,

THE MAN IN THE MOON, IN A SILVER COVERED COAT.

LOOK FOR THE TRAIL

OF THE MILKY WAY, AND FOLLOW IT THROUGH THE NIGHT.

LOOK ‘TIL YOU FIND.

THE BELTED MAN, WITH HIS STARS THAT SHINE SO BRIGHT.


BUT IF YOU GROW TIRED, MY SWEET,

TURN AROUND IN A SPIN.

MAMA’S WAITING BY YOUR BED,

WITH OPEN ARMS AGAIN.


WATCH FOR A PAIL

OF STARS TO TIP, IN A STREAM OF MILKY WHITE.

DIP YOUR HAND, TO CATCH A STAR

AND PULL IN ALL THE LIGHT.

DISCOVER YOUR DREAMS,

IN A POCKET OF SWIRLS. COUNT THEM FAST AS YOU CAN.

ROW YOUR BOAT,

ON UP TO THE MOON AND TELL HIM OF ALL YOUR PLANS.


BUT IF YOU GROW TIRED, MY SWEET,

TURN AROUND IN A SPIN.

MAMA’S WAITING BY YOUR BED,

WITH OPEN ARMS AGAIN.

BUT IF YOU GROW TIRED, MY SWEET,

TURN AROUND IN A SPIN.

MAMA’S WAITING BY YOUR BED,

WITH OPEN ARMS AGAIN.


MAMA’S WAITING BY YOUR BED,

WITH OPEN ARMS AGAIN.