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(words & music by david hess - herb goldberg)At nightWhen the sky is stillWhen the south wind blowsAnd the air is warmThere’s a world that’s bornAnd for every child on the beach that dayStands a castle tall and proudAnd the warm wind crawls through the castle wallsAnd the nightfolk wake as the warm wind callsAt nightWhen the sky is stillWhen the south wind blowsAnd the air is warmThere’s a world that’s bornThen the fiddler crab plays his violinOn the back of a dancing whaleWhile the mermaid sing to the shell they bringAnd the dragon leads with his sweeping tailAt nightWhen the sky is stillWhen the south wind blowsAnd the air is warmThere’s a world that’s bornFor the rosy dawnBrings the children on to the beach that’s bright and newAnd the nightfolk know as the castles growThey will play once more as the children doAt nightWhen the sky is stillWhen the south wind blowsAnd the air is warmThere’s a world that’s bornA world that’s bornThere’s a world that’s bornA world that’s born



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