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Eleanore Fortescue-Brickdale (1871-1945), from her book~The Book of Old English Songs and Ballads (pre-1923) for the poem, “A Sweet Lullaby”  Come, little boy, and rock asleep,  Sing lullaby, and be thou still;  I that can do nought else but weep  Will sit by thee and wail my fill.  God bless my babe, and lullaby,   From this thy father’s quality.

Eleanore Fortescue-Brickdale (1871-1945), from her book~The Book of Old English Songs and Ballads (pre-1923) for the poem, “A Sweet Lullaby” Come, little boy, and rock asleep, Sing lullaby, and be thou still; I that can do nought else but weep Will sit by thee and wail my fill. God bless my babe, and lullaby, From this thy father’s quality.

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