Singing may just be the easiest way to soothe a child, not to mention a beautiful bonding experience between parent and baby. Soft lullabies, popular lullabies, an Irish lullaby or a French lullaby, we have them all here, complete with videos so you can teach yourself these beautiful lullaby songs. Sung softly, it will instantly put babies to sleep. We also love it as a song to sing to slightly older children who are afraid of the dark. The sun will come soon enough! And the giggle-worthy chorus? Lay thee down now and rest, May thy slumber be blessed….
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Sleep like a baby? But an old-fashioned remedy can help: the lullaby. Nearly any song — regardless of lyrics and melody — can be re-imagined as a lullaby. Still, some songs seem to particularly lend themselves to sending baby off to dreamland. This classic nursery rhyme is believed to date back to 18th-century England though it may have originated in America. Theories abound as to the meaning of the mysterious and ominous!
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Looking for a sweet lullaby for your little one? We rounded up the 14 best bedtime songs for sleepy kids and parents. Give them a try when words fail you. Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky! A beloved lullaby and a hit song for musicians like Ray Charles and Bing Crosby, this melancholy tune has a memorably sentimental chorus:. Adele's ballads make for surprisingly great sing-along songs. This colorful show for tots is filled to the brim with hip tunes, such as "Party in My Tummy" and "Sleepytime. With lyrics in both English and French, this short, classic lullaby gets right to the point: Are you sleeping? Sing it until the answer is finally — finally! This charming cause-and-effect song about a parent trying to calm their baby with gifts is full of silly accidents and sweet intentions:.
Have you tried everything to get your baby to sleep, but missed singing her a lullaby? Apart from sending your little one off to dreamland, lullabies have other health benefits for your baby. But they do! What are these benefits? Well, read on to learn more about them below.