A Welsh lullaby (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry)
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Title: A Welsh Lullaby
First published: 1902
Description: English Lyrics Set 5 - No. 7
- A Stray Nymph Of Dian (Julian Sturgis)
- Proud Maisie
- Crabbed age and youth
- Lay a garland on my hearse
- Love and laughter (Arthur Butler)
- A girl to her glass (Julian Sturgis)
- A Welsh lullaby
Original text and translations
All nature now is steeping
Her sons in sleep,
their eylids close,
All living things in sweet repose
Are sleeping, sleeping!
Sleep, baby, sleep!
Peace o'er thee watch be keeping,
If from my bosom thou art torn,
Low in grave I'll lie forlorn.