"Rock Me to Sleep" as written by and Utah Phillips....
it's a long way from to denver
running on the dnrg
the moonlight catches the river below and lights up the rocks and the trees
you follow the white collar ado
till it narrows down into a stream
the train whilstle playing a lsow lullaby
rolling along in a dream
rock me to sleep on your bosom
hold me close to your breast
don't leave me alone in these cold city streets
find me a track headed west
i'm tired of your big operators
i'm tired of your music machine
i'm tried of playing for nickes a dimes and the times are always so lean
it's a long way from no place to somewhere
runnin all the good years away
tongiht i'm feelin so restless and cold
maybe i'll find it someday

rock me to sleep on your bosom
hold me close to your breast
don't leave me alone in these cold city streets
find me a track headed west
i'm tired of your big operators
i'm tired of your music machine
i'm tried of playing for nickes a dimes and the times are always so lean
it's a long way from no place to somewhere
runnin all the good years away
tongiht i'm feelin so restless and cold
maybe i'll find it someday



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"Rock Me to Sleep" as written by Utah Phillips

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