Children and All That Jazz

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Joan Baez

Joan Baez ( /ˈbaɪ.ɛz/) (born January 9, 1941 as Joan Chandos Báez) is an American folk singer, songwriter, musician, and a prominent activist in the fields of human rights, peace, and environmental justice. more »

Little Annie Fannie 
Morgan and Christian 
Katy and Nathan 
Tommy and Zem Zem 
Alex and J.J. 
Tai and Ezekial 
Amy and Josie 
Matthew and Mosie 
Sweet Pearl and Nicholas 
Come here and tickle us 
I don't like nicknames 
I like to play games 
One of them's Batman 
That's where it's at man 
Look at your t-shirt 
I see you're all wet now 
I'll give you a bath 
If you'll go to bed now 
Oh can't you see 
I'm tired 
I'm tired 
I'm tired 

Joey and Janet 
Jennifer, Joshua 
Justin and Jason 
Jacob and Jordan 
Heather and Shannon 
Marisa and Kirsten 
Kimmie and David 
Who shall we play with? 
Here comes my own son 
Light of my life is 
Younger than new leaves 
Brighter than you please 
Says that he loves me 
Big as the world 
and Gabriel Harris 
You go to bed now 
You go to bed now 
It's quarter to nine 
I'm tired 
I'm tired 
I'm tired 

You heard what I said now 
You go to bed now 
It was a hard day 
Never enough play 
Iggy was sick 
and couldn't come over 
One of your mice died 
That was when you cried 
Get in the tub 
And play with your boats now 
Sit here beside me 
I'll tell you a story 
One about snakes 
And anything gory 
Ask me no questions 
How far is the sky 
And I'm falling asleep 
And you're smarter than I am 
Light of my life 
Good night 
Good night 
Good night

Written by: JOAN C. BAEZ

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Downtown Music Publishing

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