"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 the taxis.
Entertain
At Angelo's and Maxi's.

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

[Chorus]
Give my regards to Broadway.
Tell all the gang that milkman's on the way.
Give my regards to Broadway,
Give my regards and let's call it a day. (Hey!)

Come on along and listen to
The lullaby of Broadway.
The hi-dee-hi and boop-a-doo
The lullaby of Broadway.

The band begins to go to town
And everyone goes crazy.
You rock-a-by your baby round
'Til everything gets hazy.

"Hush-a-by, I'll buy you this and that"
You hear a daddy saying.
And baby goes home to her flat
To sleep all day

[Chorus]


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

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