John Pounds - The Musical

Twinkle twinkle - Angel

Twinkle twinkle - Angel

Twinkle twinkle little star How I wonder what you are.

If I were an angel I'd do lots of nice things for you
I would fly down from the sky
And bring you lots of food

We could fly to that shop at the Saturday Fair
And ask God for some money for some warm clothes to wear
I would make you look pretty
With velvet ribbons in your hair
Then fly you to heaven too show you the happiness there

If I were an angel
I'd get real shoes for your feet
Not the kind made of canvas
But all soft and dainty and sweet

At the Saturday Fair I would buy us some eats
We would go down to the prison
and set our daddy free
Then we'll go find our mum
before she grows too old
And fill up her purse with lots of silver and gold.

Solo At the Saturday Fair I would buy us some eats
We would go down to the prison
And set our daddy free
Then we'll go find our mum
before she grows too old
And then fill up her purse with lots of silver and gold.

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