The Night-Night Song



“Its night-night time,” said Mama Bear, As her little cub yawned, then smiled. “Hop upon Mama’s lap, I’ll read to you a while.”



“It’s night-night time,” said Mama Cat,  As she drew her kittens near. “The wind is picking up a bit. The rain, we soon will hear.”



“It’s night-night time,” said Mama Raccoon As her little one climbed a tree. “The stars are shining up above. Come, nuzzle close to me.”



“It’s night-night time,” said Mama Cow, As her little calf loudly mooed. “Let’s rest in our bed of hay. Then, I’ll tell a story to you.”



“It’s night-night time,” said Mama Mouse, As she gave her babies cheese. She sweetly kissed them on their heads, Then each one asked, “More, please?”



“It’s night-night time,” said Mama Horse, As her little foal softly neighed. “Snuggle close and bow your head. Our nighttime prayers, we’ll say.”



It’s night-night time,” said Mama Bird As her babies started to cry. “Now hush, my birdies, and I will sing a soothing lullaby.”  It’s night-night time, night-night time. Lay your head on me. I’ll sing to you and hold you close. It’s time to go to sleep.”



“It’s night-night time, night-night time. Lay your head on me. It’s night-night time, night-night time. Time to go to sleep. I’ll sing to you and hold you close. It’s night-night time, night-night time.  Time to go to sleep.

“It’s night-night time, night-night time. In your crib, you go. It’s night-night time, night-night time.  Mommy loves you so.  I’ll sing to you while you close your eyes. It’s night-night time, night-night time.  Mommy loves you so.




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