"Lullaby" as written by Robert James Smith, Simon Gallup, Roger O'donnell, Porl Thompson, Laurence Andrew Tolhurst and Boris Williams....
Just 'cause I'm small
Can't hurt you at all
I'm only a girl
What to do?

Let me sing
My song for you

Not many can
Resist my command
I know just how
To get to you

Let me sing
My song for you

When you lay down late at night
I'm the siren you can't fight
I know you don't stand a chance

There is nothing you can do
Once I put my spell on you
When I sing my lullaby

Lullaby
Lullaby
Lullaby
I want to sing to you my lullaby
Now that you've seen
It wasn't a dream
Reality got
The best of you
I told you, boy
I would come after you

Now it's too late
To hesitate
To hide, it's fated
Deja vu

Watch out, boy
I'm coming for you

When you lay down late at night
I'm the siren you can't fight
I know you don't stand a chance

There is nothing you can do
Once I put my spell on you
When I sing for you my lullaby

Lullaby
Lullaby
Lullaby
I want to sing to you my lullaby

In your sleep
It's got you so deep
With the sweet melody

Has captured you
For evermore

Lullaby
Lullaby
Lullaby
I want to sing for you my lullaby
Sing my lullaby

When you lay down late at night
I'm the siren you can't fight
I know you don't stand a chance

There is nothing you can do
Once I put my spell on you
When I sing for you my lullaby

Sing my lullaby


Lyrics submitted by alterEgo

"Lullaby" as written by Brett Raymond Joseph Stanley Williams

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group, KIMA'S WORLD PUBLISHING

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