William T. Sherman at the keyboard
| LULLABY TIME
(produced by Goldwyn, 1919)
Words and Music by
HAROLD B. FREEMAN
In the silver twilight, in my little birch canoe
Drifting down the stream,
Dreaming love’s sweet dream;
Twilight brings the roses, and the roses bring me you.
When I see your winking, blinking eyes of blue, so
sweet and true.
Lulaby Time means the roses asleep,
Lullaby Time means the night birds a-peep;
Down in my heart there’s a love spark divine
Sweet-heart, at Lullaby Time, when you are mine.
Roaming in the gloaming down the trail to Happiness
Hand in hand with you Pal of mine so true
Just a song at dusk, with all the roses still a bloom
Seems as tho’ this wide, wide world was all rhyme,
in Twilight Time.
Copyright MCMXIX by HAROLD FREEMAN MUSIC CO.