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Family Album

by The Ullman Boys

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Jack & Diane 04:23
Small Town 03:41
1976 04:11
Vertigo 03:15
A great Sunday silence falls around me Let your worries go Set them down at my feet With limbs unashamed Lay yourself down beside me Listen to the rain Let it sing you back to sleep Let the night seep into our skin I don't wanna wake For tomorrow to begin For your blue eyes to break My heart in the best way You say you have to leave That you really can't stay But if you've got to go I hope you know How loved you are I've been thinking about that night You danced into my life All that had to go wrong For us to work out right You took my picture I shook your hand and said, "Goodnight" "It was lovely to meet you" Not knowing that I'd just met my wife I don't wanna take it slow I want you to know How loved you are I know our story is much too good to give up Still I worry, can I really be enough? For every scar there's a tale to be told But no one else can be my one true north So I hope that you know How loved you are How loved you are How loved you are How loved you are
Close your eyes little ladies The time for sleep has come Rest now my little ones For now your day is done Time to dream onward To what life may bring Let your mind soar and wonder Let your little hearts sing Here's your dream lullaby Hope it makes you smile Rest easy my little ones Drift asleep for a while Kiss your parents goodnight now Twilight has come Say goodnight to your furry friends Twinkling stars up above Clouds drift by slowly Animals they become Tomorrow's another day With faith, hope, and love A lullaby for Lillian Hope it makes you smile And baby sister Evelyn Such a sweet little child The morning brings sunshine Warm laughter and fun Full of adventure To play, jump, and run You and your sister Grow hand in hand Making new memories Best friends 'till the end


Extensive liner notes @ www.davidullman.net/familyalbum


released May 13, 2022

Jack Ullman – Vocals: 1–4, 6, 7 Drums: 2–9. Acoustic Guitar: -1–3
Jim Ullman – Vocals: 4–7, 11 Backing Vocals: 1, 3 Acoustic Guitar: 2, 3, 5–7, 11 Electric Guitar: 1, 6–9, Ukulele & Percussion: 4
Brian Ullman – Vocals: 6, 7 Backing Vocals: 1–9 Bass Guitar: 1, 2, 4–9 Baritone Guitar: 7, 10 Ukulele: 2, 10 Keys: 5, 8 Percussion: 2, 4, 9 Electric Guitar: 1–9 Drum Programming: 1
David Ullman – Vocals: 6–10 Electric Guitar: 10

Larry Griffin – Pedal Steel
Chris Hartlaub – Harmonica, Backing Vocals
Vickie Hartlaub – Piano, Backing Vocals
Ronnie Osburn – Bass Guitar

Recorded & Mixed by Brian Ullman

Tracks 1-7 mastered by LANDR
Tracks 8-11 mastered by Brian Ullman

"Jack & Diane"
Songwriter: John Mellencamp

"Small Town"
Songwriter: John Mellencamp

Songwriter: Alan Jackson

"It's Five O'Clock Somewhere"
Songwriters: Jim "Moose" Brown / Don Rollins

"One Headlight"
Songwriter: Jakob Dylan

"Handle With Care"
Songwriters: Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty

"End Of The Line"
Songwriters: Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty

Songwriters: U2 (music) / Bono with The Edge (lyrics)

"Where The Streets Have No Name"
Songwriters: U2 (music) / Bono (lyrics)

"How Loved You Are"
Songwriter: David Ullman

"Dream Lullaby"
Songwriters: Jim & Brian Ullman


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