"Lullaby of Broadway" as written by and Harry/dubin Warren....
Come on along and listen to
The Lullaby of Broadway
The hip hooray and bally hoo
The Lullaby of Broadway

The rumble of a subway train
The rattle of a taxi
The daffodils who entertain
At Angelo's and Maxie's

When a Broadway baby says good night
It's early in the morning
Manhattan babies don't sleep tight
Until the dawn

Goodnight, baby
Goodnight, the milkman's on his way
Sleep tight, baby
Sleep tight, let's call it a day, hey

Come on along and listen to
The Lullaby of Broadway
The Copacabana and Birdland to
The Lullaby of Broadway

The band begins to go to town
And everyone goes crazy
You rock-a-bye your baby 'round
To Ellington or Basie

Hush-a-bye, I'll buy you this and that
You hear a daddy saying
Baby goes home to her flat
To sleep all day

Goodnight, baby
Goodnight, the milkman's on his way
Sleep tight, baby
Sleep tight, let's call it a day
Listen to the Lullaby of Old Broadway

Come on along with me to Broadway
Broadway


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

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