Regular songs that change into great lullabies

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Singing to your baby as a part of your daily sleeping routine is a great way to bond with your little one. There are many classics to choose from ranging from Kumbaya, Hush little baby to Twinkle, twinkle, little star. 

There are many classical lullabies that have been passed on for generations and you’ll definitely want to sing to your children what your mother sang to you to keep them alive. Aside from these lullabies that have been tried and tested, we’ve compiled some popular songs from our everyday life that actually make great lullabies when sung to your children.

Don’t believe us? Take a look at our list, try them out and you’ll see the results when you have a sleeping angel on your hands. And if not, then at least you’ll have a lot of fun singing these tunes.

IN THE JUNGLE

Wim-o-weh, o-wim-o-weh – we can all tell this song just by this part alone and your baby will definitely love your spin on this classic!
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YOUR SONG

The true meaning in ‚how wonderful life is when you’re in the world‘ is easy enough to understand even id your baby doesn’t speak yet.

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ETERNAL FLAME

I watch you when you’re sleeping, you belong with me‘ is a true testament of parents all over the world.
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SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW

Communicating your closeness and telling your baby you’ll always b ethere no matter what is the best message to get across.

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YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE

A classic by Johnny Cash is just as sweet when you sing it to your baby now as it was 40 years ago.
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THE LONG DAY IS OVER

Norah Jones‘ songs have a calming quality to them. Combine it with serene lyrics, and you’ve got yourself a winning ticket to baby dreamland.
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FOLLOW ME

This song by Muse is darker than most lullabies but the lyrics are hopeful – I will keep you safe, I will protect you.
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