Songs To Put A Baby To Sleep Lyrics Baby Lullaby Lullabies For Bedtime Fisher Price Style 2 Hours Baby music to put babies to sleep comes in many forms. It is difficult to say what the best music to put a baby to sleep is. Good songs to put a baby to sleep vary from simple lullabies to classical music. Most have soft music for baby to sleep however.
It is obvious why soft music to put baby to sleep is best for its soothing and calming qualities. Night Night has music for baby to sleep in all genres from classical to simple lullaby baby music like this lullaby track. You and your baby will float off to dreamland. Rocking your baby to this lullaby will help baby drift off to sleep in no time.
Here Are The Lyrics
Sleep little darling, don’t you cry,
Calming and peaceful will be the night,
Cradle will hold you, and so will I,
Sweet dreams will fulfil your spirit tonight.
Flowers and puppies, laughter and joy
Will carry your soul and you will enjoy,
Sunlight and kittens and stars on the skies,
The night will amuse your crying eyes.
Nighty, nighty, night, just sleep tight,
Nighty, nighty, night, until the sunlight.
Sleep little baby, just close your eyes,
This night will guide you ‘till the sunrise,
Daddy will hold you, so will I,
We’ll be by your side through the night.
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