Who Sang Lullabye? Cracker

Cracker Gentleman’s Blues cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1998-8-25
Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock
Some other versions of "Lullabye"


"Only when I laugh, does it hurt."
The doctor says, "Please, son, remove your skirt."
"I'd be glad to comply, but I'm not wearing one."
The doctor says, "That's strange, nor am I."

A Scotsman throws a pole into the air
The alderman all vote in some affair
The mayor, he abstained--and ain't that strange
he's still a bachelor? Perhaps he's gay.

A corpse is laid out neatly on a slab
Professor's working madly in his lab
The assistant files her nails and checks her hair
There's just a hint of danger in the air

There's just a hint of danger in the air
No one is alarmed nor seems to care
Everyone is happy, we're all fine
We all fall in love all the time

Yeah, we all fall in love from a plane
With the stewardess, she serves us in our dreams
When we wake, we find that it has rained
When it rains, it lulls us back to sleep

So rest your weary eyes and go to sleep
Or rest your weary head and come to me
Move your lips and sing this lullabye
Move your lips and sing this lullabye

CD 1
  • 1 The Good Life
  • 2 Seven Days
  • 3 Star
  • 4 James River
  • 5 My Life Is Totally Boring Without You
  • 6 Been Around the World
  • 7 The World Is Mine
  • 8 Lullabye
  • 9 Waiting for You Girl
  • 10 Trials & Tribulations
  • 11 Wild One
  • 12 Hold of Myself
  • 13 Gentleman’s Blues
  • 14 I Want Out of the Circus
  • 15 Wedding Day
  • 16 Hallelujah
  • 17 [silence]
  • 18 1‐202‐456‐1414
  • 19 [silence]
  • 20 1‐202‐514‐8688
  • 21 [silence]
  • 22 1‐310‐289‐4459
  • 23 [silence]
  • 24 Cinderella

  • Release information
    label: Virgin
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 724384626327
    script: Latin