American Old Time Song Lyrics: 21 Let Baby Sleep

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Copyright, 1888, by T. R. Harms & Co.
Words by Frank E. McNish. Music by Samuel Bradbury.

Oh. what is one without a friend?
His life is full of care;
Oh. what is home without a child?
Its rooms seem cold and bare;
But I have one with light blue eyes,
A girl that's bright and sweet;
She plays and cooes the whole day long,
Then gently goes to sleep.

Now step very lightly,
And don't make a noise;
Turn down the light,
And away put her toys;
My darling is weary
With learning to creep,
Now step very lightly,
And let baby sleep.

She wakes up in the morning
With a roguish little smile,
Until I take her from her cot,
She cooing all the while;
And all day long she plays and laughs,
And mingles with her toys;
Our baby girl, our joy and " pride,
Is one of heaven's joys.-Chorus.
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