Lullaby Library

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As tiny beings, babies require quite a few things the average human would need, but in smaller portions or in different wavelengths. For instance, sunlight…it's not that the sun will kill a baby, but if exposed to more than a certain amount, it could be harmful to the child. So also music…depending on the genre and volume, what a regular person may consider soothing or relaxing may actually be more than a child can handle.

Lullabies are often sung by parents in calming children, putting them to sleep, or simply spending time with them. The simple lyrics, nature, and storyline of lullabies are usually intended for children, and are therefore suitable for them. A parent can rock a child to sleep with a lull-a-bye, calm a discontented child, or singalong with a playing child.

As You Sleep
All Through the Night, Babys Boat, Brahms Lullaby (Lullaby and Good Night), Day Is Done, Original Brahms Lullaby, Rock-a-Bye Baby, Turn Around

Before I Go to Sleep
Tell Me a Story

Go to Sleep
All the Pretty Horses, Are You Sleeping? (Frere Jaques), Go to Sleep, Go to Sleep, Golden Slumbers, Hansel and Gretel, Hush, Little Baby, Ragtime Lullaby, Sleep, Baby, Sleep

Itsy-Bitsy Spider, Lavenders Blue (Dilly Dilly), Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, You are My Sunshine

To The Crying Child
All the Pretty Horses, Baby Mine, Golden Slumbers, Ragtime Lullaby

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Bar - 2 years ago
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Anyone recognise a lullaby I remember but no name to it, its words began ...1 day when they were playing, playing game away. A little boy went towards them #1
Steve - 2 months ago
Recently my mother passed away; during some time alone I reminisced about being a small child, on her lap. She would sing a lullaby, that I can't think for the life of me what the name of it was, or all the lyrics. I remember the tune, and some of the words. "Drifting down to sleepy town, over moonlit waters... (something, something) the tide, side by side satisfied, wondering if we'll meet again over sleepy waters." Anyone know this? I'd love to know. #2
Evan - 2 weeks ago
Steve, my grandma used to sing me that song too. It's called Moonlit waters by Ben Black #3
Penny - 2 years ago
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Thank you so much for the words to the lullaby's. My daughter is 33 and I forgot most of the words, and now I'll be able to sing them to my new grandson. #4
Nicki Minaj - 3 months ago
O my god I just have feelings for everybody in the hole world. #5
jasmie - 9 months ago
I cant find it #6
Charlotte - 10 months ago
These are very helpful if you have a crying baby! #7
Lizette - 3 years ago
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I sm really thankful that I found this website it is beautiful for parents and kids.I was Raised i the Foster care system so I really did not have that careing maternal or paternal care. Where I could pass on to my children. I have to learn it from a book.And now this site has also given more hope because it comes from expreianced mothers. Thank you. #8
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