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Kate Rusby – Who Will Sing Me Lullabies? lyrics

Lay me down gently, lay me down low,
I fear I am broken and won't mend, I know.
One thing I ask when the stars light the skies,
Who now will sing me lullabies?
Oh, who now will sing me lullabies?

In this big world I'm lonely, for I am but small,
Oh angels in heaven, don't you care for me at all?
You heard my heart breaking for it rang through the skies,
So why don't you sing me lullabies?
Oh, why don't you sing me lullabies?

I lay here; I'm weeping for the stars they have come,
I lay here not sleeping; now the long night has begun.
The man in the moon, oh he can't help but cry,
For there's no one to sing me lullabies,
Oh, there's no one to sing me lullabies.

So lay me down gently, oh lay me down low.
I fear I am broken. I won't mend, I know .
There's one thing I ask when the stars light the skies,
Who now will sing me lullabies?
Oh, who now will sing me lullabies?
Oh, lullabies.

Who will sing me to sleep?
Who will sing me to sleep?
Who will sing me to sleep?
Who will sing me to sleep?



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/k/kate_rusby/who_will_sing_me_lullabies.html

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