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F Am Dm Bb C7 As early evening rains come down i hold you in my arms, F Bb C7 F C7 I try to smile away your tears and rock away all harm. F Am Dm Bb C7 Please close you eyes again for me, hush now don't you cry. F Bb C7 F C7 The showers sing a sweet, sweet, sweet Waimea lullaby------ Dans la soiree il pleur douchment Je te tien dans mes bras C'est toi le larm le chanson trise Mon amour ne pleur pas J'adore les yeux qui son si beau Hush now don't you cry Les nuage chantant une sweet, sweet, sweet Waimea Lullaby F Am Dm Bb C7 My darling i'm in love with you and times like these are few. F Bb C7 F C7 If i had my way right hear i'd stay and hold you forever. F Am Dm Bb C7 Please dream a pleasent dream for me hush now don't you cry. F Bb C7 F C7 I'll sing for you a sweet, sweet, sweet Waimea lullaby------ F Am Dm Bb C7 As early evening winds blow soft i hold you to my breast. F Bb C7 F C7 I run my fingers through your hair to put your mind at rest. F Am Dm Bb C7 Please dream a pleasent dream for me, hush now don't you cry. F Bb C7 F Bb C7 The breezes sing a sweet, sweet, sweet Waimea lullaby, Sweet, sweet F C7 F Waimea lullaby------- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~05.02.05 23:53:50 HST Waimea Lullaby is performed by, believe it or not, Frank Delima. Jordon ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~06.27.05 10:21:40 HST I don't know that this isn't sung by Frank Delima, but I know that it is definitely sung by The Brothers Cazimero, on one of their older albums. Jodi ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                     
                                
                                 
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