Sashka Salvatore

(Serbia / Serbia)

Come Little Children - John Debney


Come little children I'll take thee away
into a land of Enchantment

Come little children the time's come to play
here in my garden of Shadows

Follow sweet children I'll show thee the way
through all the pain and the Sorrows

Weep not poor children for life is this way
murdering beauty and Passions

Hush now dear children it must be this way
to weary of life and Deceptions

Rest now my children for soon we'll away
into the calm and the Quiet

Come little children I'll take thee away
into a land of Enchantment

Come little children the time's come to play
here in my garden of Shadows

Submitted: Monday, June 03, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 02, 2013
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This is a poem by John Debney and it was made into a song in the movie Hocus Pocus,1993.

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