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Clint Black Little Pearl and Lily's Lullaby Lyrics

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When I heard the news,
there'd be baby shoes,
waiting and wondering pink or blue,
either Gonna be a little me or you,
If I can see inside,
heaven knows we've tried,
looking though the belly On a TV screen,
don't have to tell me what a heartbeat means.

[Chorus]
There's only one other who can love this girl like me
The mother of the finest little pearl in any sea

April showers brings,
lots of tiny things,
bellys getting bigger every single day,
don't think this flowers goona wait for May,

Had to dry my eyes,
write a lullaby,
I'm gonna sing her every Song I know
got to get ready for a whole new show.

[Chorus]
Cause I know father time is not wasting me,
With a brand new tiny little branch on the family tree

Barely time to choose,
All The Baby shoes,
no more wondering pink or blue,
she gonna be a Little me and you,
now I have a mind for nursery rhymes,
old mother goose little Bo peep
call Dr Seuss to put her right to sleep

[Chorus]
There's only one other who can love this girl like me
The mother of the finest little pearl in any sea that is what she is to me

Go to sleep my darling sandman is calling,
where the stars are gleaming you will be dreaming
Go to sleep my darling sandman is calling,
we will be waiting for you love and adore you
Go to sleep my darling sandman is calling,
where the angels guide you to the dreams inside you
Go to sleep my darling sandman is calling,
holding all your moonbeam join me in my dreams


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Thanks to Deanna olig.dean@students.uwlax.edu for submitting Little Pearl and Lily's Lullaby Lyrics.



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Great song for dads! | Reviewer: Lori | 6/1/2007

This is such a sweet song for fathers, especially new ones, but fathers of older ones too when they reminisce about the past. This might be played at my own daughter's wedding someday. Ranks up there with "There Goes My Life" by Kenney Chesney. Just wanted to share!

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