When I was a kid, my mother used to sing me the following lullaby:
There's a hole in the fence where the rabbits creep through and deep in the orchard they sup on the dew, and when it comes to the end of the day, as silent as moonbeams, as silent as moonbeams! They scurry, away!
I wanted to know more about this song, but I've never found this song on Google or Youtube.
I'm curious if it is a well-known folk song that has simply been forgotten, or if it's an original unpublished piece?
My mother said she got it from one of my deceased grandmothers. One of my grandmothers was from Edinburgh, and the other lived in Victoria, BC. My family is of Scottish, Irish, and English descent.