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11Sweet and low, sweet and lowBright is the moon on the deep,
22 Wind of the western sea,Bright are the cliffs in her beam,
33Low, low, breathe and blow, Sleep, my little one, sleep!
44 Wind of the western sea!Look he smiles, and opens his hands,
55Over the rolling waters go,He sees his father in distant lands,
66Come from the dying moon, and blow,And kisses him there in a dream,
77 Blow him again to me, Sleep, sleep.
8While my little one, while my pretty one, sleeps.
109Sleep and rest, sleep and rest,Father is over the deep,
1110 Father will come to thee soon;Father will come to thee soon,
1211Rest, rest, on mother's breast, Sleep, my pretty one, sleep!
13 Father will come to thee soon;
1412Father will come to his babe in the nest,Father will come to his babe in the nest,
1513Silver sails all out of the westSilver sails all out of the West,
1614 Under the silver moon!Under the silver moon,
1715Sleep my little one, sleep my pretty one, sleep. Sleep, sleep!


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