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! 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. This classic Beatles song written by John Lennon for his son Julian is peaceful and soothing. Think of "Good Night" as an audio take on the classic bedtime story Goodnight Moon. Different variations of the lyrics — originally in German — accompany different versions of the song, but all are full of comfort.
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From "Rock-a-bye Baby" to "Round the Garden," here are lyrics to lullabies that will lull your baby to sleep—and a few that are sure to get some giggles! By Today's Parent June 19, Aside from soothing baby and helping them fall asleep , a growing body of research shows that singing has benefits for parents, too. Other studies looking at mother-baby singing classes saw similar effects.
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Your little one is fresh from the bath, wrapped in soft pajamas, tucked in their cozy baby bassinet crib —and completely wide awake. Luckily, nursery rhymes and baby go hand-in-hand. Need a refresher? Relearn the classic baby lyrics that remind you of your own childhood or brush up on baby lyrics with a funny tilt—and prepare for that megawatt smile from your little one.
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