"Lullaby Of Broadway" as written by Harry Warren and Al Dubin....
Come on along and listen to
The lullaby of Broadway.
The hip-hooray and balley-hoo.
The lullaby of Broadway.
The rumble of the subway train.
The rattle of the taxi.
The Daffodils who entertain
At Angelo's and Maxi's.
When a Broadway baby says good night,
It's early in the morning.
Manhattan babys don't sleep tight
Until the dawn.
Good night, baby.
Good night. Milkman's on his way.
Sleep tight, baby.
Sleep tight. Let's call it another day.
Come on along and listen to
The lullaby of Broadway.
The hi-de-hi and boop-buh-doo.
It's just the lullaby of Broadway.
The band begins to go to town
And everyone goes crazy.
You rock-a-bye your baby 'round
'til early in the morning.
Hush-a-bye, I'll buy you this nd that,
You hear your daddy sayin'.
Then baby goes home to her flat
To sleep all day.
Good night, baby.
Good night. Milkman's on his way.
Sleep tight, oh, my baby.
Sleep tight. Let's call it a day.
Listen to the lullaby of old Broadway!


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"Lullaby of Broadway" as written by Al Dubin Harry Warren

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