If you recognize the first two measures of the Yiddish lullaby I've provided in the schema below, I'd be grateful to hear from you. I'm looking for the title and a printed source that I can cite. I'm pretty sure it's not the end of a song, but it could appear in the middle rather than the first two measures. I've already posted this to a musicology list, but people were too focused on the words!
If you think a scan would help, I'll be glad to send you one off-list.
In A minor, 4/4
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