"Moonshine Lullaby" as written by Christopher Henry Difford and Glenn Martin Tilbrook....
Behind the hill
There's a busy little still
Where your Pappy's workin' in the moonlight

Your lovin' paw
Isn't quite within the law
So he's hidin' there behind the hill

Bye bye baby
Stop your yawnin'
Don't cry baby
Day will be dawning

And when it does
From the mountain where he wuz
He'll be coming with jug of moonshine

So count your sheep
Mama's singing you to sleep
With the Moonshine Lullaby

Loo Loo

Behind the hill
There's a busy little still
Where your Pappy's workin' in the moonlight

Your lovin' paw
Isn't quite within the law
So he's hidin' there behind the hill

Bye bye baby
Stop your yawnin'
Don't cry baby
Day will be dawning

And when it does
>From the mountain where he wuz
He'll be coming with jug of moonshine

So count your sheep
Mama's singing you to sleep
With the Moonshine Lullaby

Dream of Pappy
Very happy
With his jug of mountain rye

So count your sheep
Mama's singing you to sleep
With the Moonshine Lullaby


Lyrics submitted by TheDirge

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