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A lullaby is a soothing song, usually sung to children before going to sleep, with the intention to speed up the process. As a result they are often simple and repetitive. Lullabies can be found in every culture and since the ancient period.

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20 Baby Lullaby Songs to Help Your Little One Fall Asleep

Sleep like a baby? Ha! As parents know all too well, babies — and little ones in general — aren’t always good at getting (and staying) asleep. But an old-fashioned remedy can help: the lullaby.

There’s a reason parents have turned to lullabies for centuries — they work. And there’s science to back that up. Incorporating soothing songs into your little one’s bedtime routine may result in better sleep for babies (and an improved “maternal mood,” too), according to one study.

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. 

Here are some of our favorite lullabies for babies — a mix of popular, modern-day hits and songs sung for centuries by parents eager for their little ones to get some shut-eye. 

1. "Rock-a-Bye Baby"

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!) lyrics, which have changed a bit over time. And while the notion of a falling cradle may not seem very restful, this melody has lulled babies to sleep and weathered the test of time. Listen to “Rock-a-Bye Baby.”

“Rock-a-Bye Baby” Lyrics

Rock-a-bye baby

On the tree tops,

When the wind blows

The cradle will rock.

When the bough breaks

The cradle will fall,

And down will come baby

Cradle and all.

2. "Good Night"

This classic Beatles song (written by John Lennon for his son Julian) is peaceful and soothing. Tender lyrics (like “now the sun turns out his light” and “dream sweet dreams for me”) are perfect for parents to sing to little ones.

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Think of "Good Night" as an audio take on the classic bedtime story Goodnight Moon. (And if you love the Beatles, there are plenty of other songs — such as “I’m Only Sleeping,” “Golden Slumbers” and “Blackbird”  — that double as sleepy-time songs. ) Hear Ringo Starr sing “Good Night.” 

“Good Night” Lyrics

Now it's time to say good night,

Good night, sleep tight.

Now the sun turns out his light,

Good night, sleep tight.

Dream sweet dreams for me,

Dream sweet dreams for you.

Close your eyes and I'll close mine,

Good night, sleep tight.

Now the moon begins to shine,

Good night, sleep tight.

Dream sweet dreams for me,

Dream sweet dreams for you.

Close your eyes and I'll close mine,

Good night, sleep tight.

Now the sun turns out his light,

Good night, sleep tight.

Dream sweet dreams for me,

Dream sweet dreams for you.

Good night,

Good night, everybody,

Everybody, everywhere,

Good night.

3. "Brahms’ Lullaby" (also known as “The Cradle Song”)

The name doesn’t lend a clue as to the melody or lyrics, but you likely will be able to hum along when you hear this classic song from German composer Johannes Brahms. Different variations of the lyrics — originally in German — accompany different versions of the song, but all are full of comfort. Listen to Dean Martin croon “The Cradle Song.”

“Cradle Song” Lyrics

Lullaby and good night,

With roses bedight.

Creep into thy bed,

There pillow thy head.

If God will thou shalt wake,

When the morning doth break.

If God will thou shalt wake,

When the morning doth break.

Lullaby and good night,

Those blue eyes close tight.

Bright angels are near,

So sleep without fear.

They will guard thee from harm,

With fair dreamland's sweet charm.

They will guard thee from harm,

With fair dreamland's sweet charm.

4. "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"

The lyrics to this classic — heard in day cares around the country — come from a poem by Jane Taylor that was written in 1806. With its images of stars and the night sky, along with the disappearing sun, this song is the perfect way to evoke sleep. Listen to this version of the lullaby by Jewel.

“Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” Lyrics

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,

How I wonder what you are!

Up above the world so high,

Like a diamond in the sky.

When the blazing sun is gone,

When he nothing shines upon,

Then you show your little light,

Twinkle, twinkle, all the night.

Then the traveler in the dark

Thanks you for your tiny spark,

How could he see where to go,

If you did not twinkle so?

In the dark blue sky you keep,

Often through my curtains peep.

For you never shut your eye,

Till the sun is in the sky.

As your bright and tiny spark

Lights the traveler in the dark,

Though I know not what you are,

Twinkle, twinkle, little star.

5. "Amazing Grace"

This classic hymn, especially as sung by the incomparable Etta James, is deeply emotional and stirring. And although as the lyrics mention, there are moments of “dangers, toils and snares,” the overall spirit and arc of the song is uplifting. Plus, parents may appreciate that the song is easy to hum and sing. Listen to Etta James in a live performance of “Amazing Grace.” 

“Amazing Grace” Lyrics 

Amazing grace, how sweet the sound

That saved a wretch like me

I once was lost, but now am found

Was blind, but now I see

Was grace that taught my heart to fear

And grace, my fears relieved

How precious did that grace appear

The hour I first believed

Through many dangers, toils and snares

We have already come

T'was grace that brought us safe thus far

And grace will lead us home

And grace will lead us home

Amazing grace, how sweet the sound

That saved a wretch like me

I once was lost, but now am found

Was blind, but now I see

Was blind, but now I see

6. "Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight"

You don’t have to do a full doo-wop performance (à la the classic scene from Three Men and a Baby) to benefit from the restful tones of this song by The Spaniels. Sure, it may be about a late night and bidding farewell to a date, but these lyrics — and the slow, easy-to-sing pacing — lend themselves to sleepy time with babies. Listen to the full song.

“Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight” Lyrics

Goodnight, sweetheart, well it's time to go,

Goodnight, sweetheart, well it's time to go,

I hate to leave you, but I really must say,

Goodnight, sweetheart, goodnight.

Goodnight, sweetheart, well it's time to go,

Goodnight, sweetheart, well it's time to go,

I hate to leave you, but I really must say,

Goodnight, sweetheart, goodnight.

Well, it's three o'clock in the morning,

Baby, I just can't treat you right.

Well, I hate to leave you, baby,

Don't mean maybe, because I love you so.

Goodnight, sweetheart, well it's time to go,

I hate to leave you, but I really must say,

Goodnight, sweetheart, goodnight.

Goodnight, sweetheart, well it's time to go,

Goodnight, sweetheart, well it's time to go,

I hate to leave you, but I really must say,

Goodnight, sweetheart, goodnight.

Now, my mother and my father,

Might hear if I stay here too long.

One kiss and we'll part,

And you'll be going,

You know I hate to see you go.

7. "Frère Jacques" (or "Brother John")

You can sing this classic French lullaby — about a friar who oversleeps — in either English or French. Your choice! Either way, the repetition at the end of the song (“ding, dang, dong”) is curiously restful. Listen to the chimes in “Frère Jacques."

“Frère Jacque” Lyrics

Frère Jacques, Frère Jacques,

Dormez-vous? Dormez-vous?

Sonnez les matines! Sonnez les matines!

Ding, dang, dong. Ding, dang, dong.

“Brother John” Lyrics

Are you sleeping? Are you sleeping?

Brother John, Brother John,

Morning bells are ringing! Morning bells are ringing!

Ding, dang, dong. Ding, dang, dong.

8. “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” 

The deeply hope-filled chorus of this African American spiritual song is likely quite familiar. People have sung “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” since the late 1800s, and while its exact origins are unknown (and it has at times stirred up some controversy), the song’s power and popularity are certain. Parents can sing the whole song, or simply repeat the chorus, until babies drift off to dreamland. Hear the Plantation Singers' a capella rendition of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot."

“Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” Lyrics 

Swing low, sweet chariot

Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot

Coming for to carry me home 

I looked over Jordan and what did I see

Coming for to carry me home

A band of angels coming after me

Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot

Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot

Coming for to carry me home

If you get there before I do

Coming for to carry me home

Tell all my friends I'm coming too

Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot

Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot

Coming for to carry me home

9. "Star Light, Star Bright"

Sing this classic tune to lull your baby to sleep. You can point out the stars in the night sky as you sing. The simple lyrics make it easy to remember. Listen along to the melody here.

“Star Light, Star Bright” Lyrics

Star light, star bright,

The first star I see tonight;

I wish I may, I wish I might,

Have the wish I wish tonight.

10. “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” 

As parents croon this hit song from The Wizard of Oz, they may wish that their babies will be able to discover this wonderful land where dreams come true. Listen to Judy Garland sing “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” 

“Somewhere Over the Rainbow” Lyrics

Somewhere over the rainbow

Way up high

There's a land that I heard of

Once in a lullaby

Somewhere over the rainbow

Skies are blue

And the dreams that you dare to dream

Really do come true

Someday I'll wish upon a star

And wake up where the clouds are far

Behind me

Where troubles melt like lemon drops

Away above the chimney tops

That's where you'll find me

Somewhere over the rainbow

Bluebirds fly

Birds fly over the rainbow

Why then, oh why can't I?

If happy little bluebirds fly

Beyond the rainbow

Why, oh why can't I?

11. "Lullaby (Goodnight, My Angel)"

Full of love and tender lyrics, Billy Joel’s lullaby contribution is a touching song to his daughter. It’s full of calming words (“I will never be far away”) and love (“you’ll always be a part of me”). Although you’ll hear this song at both weddings and funerals, it is a lullaby first and foremost. Listen to Billy Joel sing “Lullaby (Goodnight, My Angel)” from his River of Dreams album.

“Lullaby (Goodnight, My Angel)” Lyrics

Goodnight, my angel, time to close your eyes,

And save these questions for another day.

I think I know what you've been asking me,

I think you know what I've been trying to say.

I promised I would never leave you,

Then you should always know,

Wherever you may go, no matter where you are,

I never will be far away.

Goodnight, my angel, now it's time to sleep,

And still so many things I want to say.

Remember all the songs you sang for me,

When we went sailing on an emerald bay.

And like a boat out on the ocean,

I'm rocking you to sleep.

The water's dark and deep, inside this ancient heart,

You'll always be a part of me.

Goodnight, my angel, now it's time to dream,

And dream how wonderful your life will be.

Someday your child may cry, and if you sing this lullaby,

Then in your heart there will always be a part of me.

Someday we'll all be gone,

But lullabies go on and on,

They never die,

That's how you and I will be.

12. "All the Pretty Little Horses"

The exact origins of this song — also referred to as “Hush-a-Bye” — are unknown, and you’ll see variation in the lyrics depending on the singer. Universally, though, the notion of better things when you awake remains constant in all variations. Listen to this soothing lullaby.

“All the Pretty Horses” Lyrics

Hush-a-bye, don't you cry.

Go to sleepy little baby.

When you wake, you shall have

All the pretty little horses.

Black and bays, dapples and grays,

Coach and six-a-little horses.

Hush-a-bye, don't you cry.

Go to sleepy little baby.

Hush-a-bye, don't you cry.

Go to sleepy little baby.

When you wake you shall have,

All the pretty little horses.

Black and bays, dapples and grays,

Coach and six-a-little horses.

Hush-a-bye, don't you cry.

Go to sleepy little baby.

13. "You Are My Sunshine"

Written in the late 1930s by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell, these sweet (perhaps even bittersweet) lyrics have been sung by many artists, including the Beach Boys, Johnny Cash, Bing Crosby and Aretha Franklin. Davis used to sing the song (while seated atop Sunshine, his horse) during his successful campaign for governor of Louisiana. Stick to the chorus for a more upbeat experience. Listen to the lullaby version of “You Are My Sunshine.”

“You Are My Sunshine” Lyrics

You are my sunshine, my only sunshine,

You make me happy when skies are grey.

You’ll never know, dear, how much I love you,

Please don't take my sunshine away.

The other night, dear, as I lay sleeping,

I dreamt I held you in my arms.

When I awoke, dear, I was mistaken,

So I hung my head, and I cried.

You are my sunshine, my only sunshine,

You make me happy when skies are grey.

You’ll never know, dear, how much I love you,

Please don't take my sunshine away.

I'll always love you and make you happy,

If you will only say the same.

But if you leave me to love another,

You'll regret it all one day.

You are my sunshine, my only sunshine,

You make me happy when skies are grey.

You’ll never know, dear, how much I love you,

Please don't take my sunshine away.

Please don't take my sunshine away.

14. "Hush Little Baby"

This song channels what moms and dads might be thinking as the witching hour approaches. Not much is known about the origins of this relatable song, which is full of sweet promises and parental love. Tip: Just switch “Papa” to “Mama” in the lyrics as needed. Give this classic, sung for generations, a listen.

“Hush Little Baby” Lyrics

Hush, little baby, don't say a word,

Papa's gonna buy you a mockingbird.

And if that mockingbird won't sing,

Papa's gonna buy you a diamond ring.

And if that diamond ring turns to brass,

Papa's gonna buy you a looking glass.

And if that looking glass gets broke,

Papa's gonna buy you a billy goat.

And if that billy goat won't pull,

Papa's gonna buy you a cart and bull.

And if that cart and bull turn over,

Papa's gonna buy you a dog named Rover.

And if that dog named Rover won't bark,

Papa's gonna buy you a horse and cart.

And if that horse and cart fall down,

You'll still be the sweetest little baby in town! 

15. “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” 

This is a classic nursery rhyme that parents can croon to their babies before naps and at bedtime. The four-line song can be repeated for four rounds. Often, though, you’ll hear variations on the lyrics.

For instance, the lines “If you see a crocodile, don’t forget to scream” can be subbed in for the “merrily, merrily” repetition. For more lively moments with your baby, using this version — and maybe giving a small scream, to illustrate the point — is bound to result in smiles and giggles. Listen to “Row, Row, Row Your Boat.”

“Row, Row, Row Your Boat” Lyrics 

Row, row, row your boat

Gently down the stream

Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily

Life is but a dream

(repeat four times)

16. "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes"

This classic Disney song from the movie Cinderella plays on the double meaning of the word dream — yes, it’s what happens when you sleep, but dreams are also an expression of hopes for the future.

Parents can have both those meanings in mind as they sing these sweet, tender lyrics to whisk their baby off to slumber. Hear the Disney song.

“A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” Lyrics 

A dream is a wish your heart makes

When you're fast asleep

In dreams you will lose your heartaches

Whatever you wish for, you keep

Have faith in your dreams, and someday

Your rainbow will come smiling through

No matter how your heart is grieving

If you keep on believing

The dream that you wish will come true

A dream is a wish your heart makes

When you're fast asleep

In dreams you will lose your heartaches

Whatever you wish for, you keep

Have faith in your dreams, and someday

Your rainbow will come smiling through

No matter how your heart is grieving

If you keep on believing

The dream that you wish will come true

17. “Isn’t She Lovely” 

Got a daughter? Share this Stevie Wonder song, which is an ode to his own daughter, Aisha. The collection of adjectives describing Aisha just after her birth — lovely, wonderful, precious — will likely feel familiar to any new mom or dad. Listen to Stevie Wonder sing his lullaby. 

“Isn’t She Lovely” Lyrics

Isn't she lovely?

Isn't she wonderful?

Isn't she precious?

Less than one minute old

I never thought through love we'd be

Making one as lovely as she

But isn't she lovely made from love?

Isn't she pretty?

Truly the angel's best

Boy, I'm so happy

We have been heaven-blessed

I can't believe what God has done

Through us He's given life to one

But isn't she lovely made from love?

Isn't she lovely?

Life and love are the same

Life is Aisha,

The meaning of her name

Londie, it could have not been done

Without you who conceived the one

That's so very lovely, made from love, hey!

18. “Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)” 

While parents of daughters can sing Stevie Wonder's touching lyrics, parents of sons can turn to John Lennon for their nightly lullaby. His song for his son Sean is an embrace of fatherhood (but moms can also easily sing this song by substituting “Mommy” for “Daddy” in the first verse). The song is infused with messages of hope and comfort. Listen to John Lennon’s sweet lullaby to his son, which ends with a whispered “good night.”

“Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)” Lyrics

Close your eyes

Have no fear

The monster's gone

He's on the run and your daddy's here

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

Beautiful boy

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

Beautiful boy

Before you go to sleep

Say a little prayer

Every day in every way, it's getting better and better

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

Beautiful boy

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

Beautiful boy

Out on the ocean sailing away

I can hardly wait

To see you come of age

But I guess we'll both just have to be patient

'Cause it's a long way to go

A hard row to hoe

Yes, it's a long way to go

But in the meantime

Before you cross the street

Take my hand

Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

Beautiful boy

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

Beautiful boy

Before you go to sleep

Say a little prayer

Every day in every way, it's getting better and better

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful

Beautiful boy

Darling, darling, darling

Darling Sean

19. “Didn’t Leave Nobody but the Baby” 

While it harkens back to an old lullaby, you’re most likely to be familiar with the song "Didn't Leave Nobody but the Baby" from the soundtrack to the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?, performed by Emmylou Harris, Gillian Welch and Alison Krauss.

Listen closely to the lyrics, and you’ll find them mournful and dark, in the style of old-fashioned fairy tales. But parents crooning this aloud late at night will appreciate the ample repetition of the line “Go to sleep, you little baby.” Listen to the trio sing this updated lullaby live. 

“Didn’t Leave Nobody but the Baby” Lyrics 

Go to sleep, you little baby

(Go to sleep, you little babe)

Go to sleep, you little baby

(Go to sleep, you little babe)

Your mama's gone away and your daddy's gonna stay

Didn't leave nobody but the baby

Go to sleep, you little baby

(Go to sleep, you little babe)

Go to sleep, you little baby

(Go to sleep, you little babe)

Everybody's gone in the cotton and the corn

Didn't leave nobody but the baby

You're a sweet little baby

(You're a sweet little babe)

You're a sweet little baby

(You're a sweet little babe)

Honey in the rock and the sugar don't stop

Gonna bring a bottle to the baby

Don't you weep, pretty baby

(Don't you weep, pretty babe)

Don't you weep, pretty baby

(Don't you weep, pretty babe)

She's long gone with her red shoes on

Gonna need another lovin' baby

20. “Stay Awake” 

Parents, get ready to use some sophisticated reverse psychology with this ditty from Mary Poppins. Every line in the song urges little ones to resist sleep: "don’t lie down," "don’t rest your head," "don’t close your eyes." But if you’ve seen the movie, you know that yawns overtake the children, and by the end of the song, it’s off to slumber. Listen to Julie Andrews croon this sleepy lullaby.

“Stay Awake” Lyrics

Stay awake, don't rest your head

Don't lie down upon your bed

While the moon drifts in the skies

Stay awake, don't close your eyes

Though the world is fast asleep

Though your pillow soft and deep

You're not sleepy as you seem

Stay awake, don't nod and dream

Stay awake, don't nod and dream
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20 Best Lullabies to Calm Your Baby to Sleep

There’s no sweeter way to put your baby to bed than with a soothing lullaby. As you snuggle your little one close at bedtime, adding music to the experience can boost your sense of connection and even improve your child’s cognitive development.

According to UNICEF, lullabies ignite multiple areas of a baby’s brain, which can prepare your child for language acquisition and reading skills. Additionally, the rhythm of a lullaby calms babies down by slowing their heart rate.

Although there’s no one definition of what “counts” as a lullaby—you could use your favorite pop song, as long as you sing it slowly and softly. In general, the more gentle and rhythmic the song, the more likely it is to send your baby to dreamland.

Here are 20 sleep-inducing songs to add to your nighttime repertoire.

20 Best Lullabies for Babies

“Lullaby and Goodnight” (Brahms’ lullaby)

Brahms’ lullaby is a classic bedtime ballad for a reason—its swaying cadence is the perfect soundtrack for the motion of rocking.

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“Hush, Little Baby”

Feel like getting creative? You can string together your own endless DIY verses of this nursery song that promises baby all manner of gifts mama (or papa) will give them as a display of love.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“Simple Gifts”

The Shakers, an early American religious group, believed in the holiness of simplicity. This hymn from 1848 embodies this lovely concept.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“Danny Boy”

For a mystical melody with Irish roots, sing "Danny Boy," the bittersweet song of love separated by distance.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“Rockabye Baby”

Who’s putting their baby in a treetop (and why)? It doesn’t matter much if this old standard sends your little guy or girl right to sleep.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“When You Wish Upon a Star”

It’s hard to sing this one without visions of a crooning Jiminy Cricket from Disney’s Pinnochio—but that’s okay. The well-known song about wishing on a star is a sweet choice for winding down at the end of the day.

Get the music and lyrics here.

"The Rainbow Connection"

For another soothing song sung by a familiar green character, “The Rainbow Connection” comes from Kermit the Frog in 1979’s The Muppet Movie.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“All the Pretty Little Ponies”

“All the Pretty Little Ponies” paints an irresistible picture of the delights awaiting your baby on the other side of sleep. Coordinate the swaying melody with the rhythm of your rocking to help your baby nod off even faster.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“You Are My Sunshine”

We’ll grant that the verses of this folk song are a bit melancholy, but its chorus is an uplifting anthem of love and human connection.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”

If you don’t know a lot of lullabies, you can always rely on classics like “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.” Get a little more ambitious by learning all three verses!

Get the music and lyrics here.

“Beautiful Dreamer”

Written by Civil War-era composer Stephen Foster, “Beautiful Dreamer” has charmed American ears since 1864. Continue the song's lengthy legacy by singing it as a lullaby.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“Edelweiss”

It’s a common misconception that “Edelweiss” is a traditional Austrian anthem. In fact, it was written by Rodgers and Hammerstein for the 1965 film The Sound of Music. Regardless of its origins, however, this rhythmic waltz makes a great lullaby.

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“All Through the Night”

“Sleep, my child, and peace attend thee all through the night.” Sounds like every parent’s dream for their baby’s nighttime rest! Encourage your little one to get to sleep (and stay that way all night) with this lullaby, originally a Welsh Christmas carol.

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“Somewhere Over the Rainbow”

Just like Dorothy found her way to the magical land of Oz, this ballad may help your baby find their way to dreamland.

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“Amazing Grace”

You don’t have to be religious to appreciate this classic hymn of redemption.

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“Baby Mine”

Disney does it again with this tender song from Dumbo that highlights the unbreakable bond between parents and children.

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“Kumbaya”

“Kumbaya” isn’t just for singing around the campfire. Bring this African American spiritual’s simple lyrics and easy melody to the nursery as a quiet bedtime song.

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“Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep”

Counting sheep may or may not work to induce sleep, but singing about it might help! This tune, first heard in 1954’s White Christmas, has taken on a reputation as a Christmas song, but works as a lullaby any time of year.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“It’s Raining, It’s Pouring”

Though you may know only the first lines of “It’s Raining, It’s Pouring” about the old man who bumps his head, some versions add more to this song. For an extended take, check out folk trio Peter, Paul, and Mary’s version with multiple verses.

Get the music and lyrics here.

“What a Wonderful World”

In these uncertain times, this optimistic tune about the little blessings in life may help end your day (and baby’s) on a high note.

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Lullaby Tips

  • Whenever possible, sing a lullaby to your baby yourself, rather than playing it on a device. Studies show that parents’ voices (especially mothers’ voices) engage babies’ brains far better than other sounds.
  • Never put headphones on your infant.
  • If using a device to play lullabies for your baby, be sure to keep the volume low. Your child’s inner ears are very sensitive, and anything above 85 decibels can cause hearing loss. Keep in mind that normal conversation is around 60 decibels.
  • It’s never too early to start your child on music. Begin singing to your baby while they’re still in the womb!
  • Don’t worry about having the perfect pitch. Your baby will benefit from the bonding experience of your singing, even if you’re not a trained singer.

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2 Hours Super Relaxing Baby Music ♥♥♥ Bedtime Lullaby For Sweet Dreams ♫♫ Sleep Music

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