"Rockabye Dixie" as written by Walter John Stapleton and Abby Washburn....
Me and Dixie, we'd waste away
Sleep through the night and all the next day
Sleep through the sun, rain and moon
Here, in this room

Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child

Me and Dixie, we rolled and dreamed
Time held us alone in this world it seemed
Then morning broke and awoke you from me

Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child

So come back, Dixie, I'll rock you to sleep
Back to our dreams our twisted sheets
Cradle your fading stars in my arms

Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child

Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child
Oh, rockabye, my Dixie child




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"Rockabye Dixie" as written by Abby Washburn Walter John Stapleton

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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