Treasure Island

Aldo Kraas

(July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)


The beby fall on my knees
He is hungry
It is time to call his mommy to feed him
After he eats
He will fall on my knees and sleep tight
Sweet dreams little baby
The baby will fall sleep on my knees
He has been doing it since he was born
If the baby is happy with that
Why don't I let him do that?
The baby wakes up by supper time again
We all must be quiet when he is sleeping
Because we can easily wake him up
And if we do it he will be so cranky for the rest of the evening
That is because his sleep was interrupted
This baby we love
He is gentle and kind to us
He is the light of our lives
Beautiful baby you are
Baby you were an angel that flown on earth when you were born
Baby we will hold you tightly and love you dearly
We will make these precious moments last baby
We will always smile whenever we see your face
And we will laugh when we feel like crying
Close your eyes baby
We will sing for you
In this world baby some things must come and go
God has blessed our world by loving you
Good bless you baby

Submitted: Saturday, October 07, 2006
Edited: Thursday, October 14, 2010

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