Now let me sing you to sleep
Under this old tree.
Let me close your eyes
With this love sick lullaby-
Baby, please.

Let me hold your hands tight
To stop the shaking.
Lay you down
Before you start waking up-
Baby, please.

Now the town
Is calling for its lost little girl.
With their pitch forks and torches
And oh-so doubting eyes
That just can't believe,
That we're in love.
Hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh.
That we're in love.
Hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh.

Now let me run away with you
Until our legs stop moving.
Let me whisper in your ear
Tell me if it's soothing to you-
Baby, please.

Now let me hold the key
To your beautiful heart.
Let me make you smile-
Baby, it's a start,
'Til your mine-
Baby, please.

Now the town
Is calling for its lost little girl.
With their pitch forks and torches
And oh-so doubting eyes
That just can't believe,
That we're in love.
Hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh
That we're in love.
Hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh.

Baby, were finally free,
In this distant gallery of flowers and trees-
That's where I'll sweep you off your feet.
Baby, were finally free,
In this distant gallery of flowers and trees-
That's where I'll sweep you off your feet.

Hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh, hoo-ooh.
(haha)


Lyrics submitted by Kitkat152

Love Sick Lullabies song meanings
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