LULLABIES FOR BABIES AND THEIR PARENTS

What’s the first music in every kid’s life? Of course, lullabies! Quiet and soothing songs help the child to fall asleep, to create a feeling of comfort and safety, and also they introduce the little one to the huge, unknown world that surrounds him (her). We’ve made the largest collection of lullabies that you can download or listen online on our website. Here you will find the selections of old and modern lullabies, audio-tales, music sheets and texts of cradle songs, classical music for children and other interesting things for you and your baby.

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Twinkle, twinkle, little star
Jewel

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, 
He could not see which way to go, 
If you did not twinkle so. 

In the dark blue sky you keep, 
And 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. 

Twinkle, twinkle, little star. 
How I wonder what you are. 
Up above the world so high, 
Like a diamond in the sky. 

Twinkle, twinkle, little star. 
How I wonder what you are. 
How I wonder what you are.

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Baloo Baleerie (Scottish lullaby )
Margie Butler

Baloo baleerie, baloo baleerie

Baloo baleerie, baloo balee

Gang awa' peerie faeries,
Gang awa' peerie faeries,
Gang awa' peerie faeries,
Frae oor ben noo.

Baloo baleerie, baloo baleerie
Baloo baleerie, baloo balee

Doon come the bonny angels,
Doon come the bonny angels,
Doon come the bonny angels,
Tae oor ben noo.

Baloo baleerie, baloo baleerie
Baloo baleerie, baloo balee

Sleep saft my baby,
Sleep saft my baby,
Sleep saft my baby,
In oor ben noo.

Baloo baleerie, baloo baleerie
Baloo baleerie, baloo balee

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Rock A Bye Baby
LittleBabyBum

Rock-a-bye, baby
On the treetop
When the wind blows
The cradle will rock
If the bough breaks
The cradle will fall
But mama will catch you
Cradle and all

Baby is drowsing
Cozy and fair
Mother sits near
In her rocking chair
Forward and back
The cradle she swings
And though baby sleeps
He hears what she sings

Hush a bye baby
Up in the sky
On a soft cloud
it’s easy to fly
Angels keep watch
Over as you sleep
So hush a bye baby
Don’t make a peep

Rock a bye baby
Do not you fear
Never mind baby
Mother is near
Wee little fingers
Eyes are shut tight
Now sound asleep
Until morning light

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Rock-A-Bye Baby
Beautifull Chorus

Rock-a-bye, baby
On the treetop
When the wind blows
The cradle will rock
If the bough breaks
The cradle will fall
But safe will be baby
Cradle and all

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Suo Gan (In English)
Lesley Garrett

To my lullaby surrender
Warm and tender is my breast
Mother's arms with love caressing
Lay their blessing on your rest
Nothing shall tonight alarm you
None shall harm you, have no fear
Lie contented, calmly slumber
On your mother's breast, my dear

Here tonight I tightly hold you
And enfold you while you sleep
Why, I wonder, are you smiling
Smiling in your slumber deep?
Are the angels on you smiling
And beguiling you with charm
While you also smile, my blossom
In my bosom soft and warm?

Have no fear now, leaves are knocking
Gently knocking at our door
Have no fear now, waves are beating
Gently beating on the shore
Sleep, my darling, none shall harm you
Nor alarm you, never cry
In my bosom sweetly smiling
And beguiling those on high
Sleep my darling, none shall harm you now.

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Kumbaya
Elizabeth Guest

Kumbaya Lord, kumbaya
Kumbaya Lord, kumbaya
Kumbaya Lord, kumbaya
Oh Lord, kumbaya
Someone's crying, Lord, kumbaya
Someone's crying, Lord, kumbaya
Someone's crying, Lord, kumbaya
Oh Lord, kumbaya

Someone's singing Lord, kumbaya
Someone's singing Lord, kumbaya
Someone's singing Lord, kumbaya
Oh Lord, kumbayah
Someone's sleeping, Lord, kumbaya
Someone's sleeping, Lord, kumbaya
Someone's sleeping, Lord, kumbaya
Oh Lord, kumbaya
Oh Lord, kumbaya

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Why lullabies are needed. Did you know?

Lullabies are the best solution for those children who don’t want to fall asleep. Calm melodies with simple motives will soothe even the most active kids and give them a deep, healthy sleep. And the songs with texts will help the kid learn first words and expand the vision of the world.

Since ancient times, mothers have been singing lullabies to their children gaining strong connection between each other that lasts throughout their lives. Each country has its own traditional lullabies. They show the history and culture of different nations. But there is something that unites absolutely all lullabies both old and modern. They are filled with maternal love, warmth and affection. Babies feel it, even if they don’t understand words.

  • The child calms down quickly, gets a good night's sleep and gives joy to parents with a good mood.
  • The kids, who listen to lullabies, grow calmer and more balanced than the ones who are falling asleep with the sound of TV or extraneous noises.
  • Lullabies give the child knowledge about the world, nature, animals and other people. So the kid is not afraid of the world and sees friends rather than enemies around.
  • The child learns not only to hear, but to listen as well. His attention is improving, thinking becomes more conscious, and speech develops faster
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