5 Beautiful Songs to Sing to Your Baby

With your new role as a mom or a dad, you’re about to embrace a plenty of new roles, including one as a singer. Whether you fancied karaoke parties or singing under shower before you embraced your parenthood, it doesn’t make any difference, because now you’re going to sing a lot in an effort to put your baby to sleep and have fun with them. Your baby will love you crooning to him\her, even if you’re singing off key the entire time. The best thing is that you don’t have to be a song-writer or a singer to compose or sing baby songs, because there are a plenty of artists who have already composed and written perfect songs for babies. Choose gentle, sweet and soothing tunes that can easily calm your bundle of joy and send them off to dreamland. Or more dynamic and fun songs to paint a picture on their little face. Without further ado, here is our list of 5 beautiful songs to sing to your baby.

“Somewhere Over the Rainbow”

Many of us remember the song from the popular movie “The Wizard of Oz” (1939), but the version of Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwo’ole is what your baby’s ears need to hear. As soothing and gentle as it is, this tune will give your baby a ticket for Dreamland and make your job of putting them to sleep much easier.

“Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”

“Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” is a classic of a lullaby, as we all know it and sing along whenever we hear it. Based on a poem “Star”, written by Jane Taylor in the 18th century, this song will never fail to put your baby to a long, relaxing sleep.

“Hush, Little Baby”

This is also an old lullaby that has been taking babies to Dreamland for centuries. As a proof, you can ask any parent you know if they sing “Hush, Little Baby” to their baby before sleep and their answer will most likely be positive. Since the verses are quite easy to remember, sing and unfortunately get bored of, you can add your own verses in your creative hour.

“You Are my Sunshine”

A widely known lullaby performed by many famous musicians, such as Johnny Cash and Ray Charles, “You Are my Sunshine” is a song that everybody loves. Whether the reason is that our parents used to croon it to us while we were babies or its sentimental and timeless lyrics is overwhelming, this tune is simply unforgettable. Tell your baby that he\she is your sunshine, your only sunshine with a soothing voice.

“Rock a Bye Baby”

First sung to a baby in the 17th century, “Rock a Bye Baby” is one of the most popular baby songs, even though we no longer place our babies in a cradle, suspended on a tree so the wind can move it and put our babies asleep. This tune is now available in many different versions with different lyrics, but the most popular one of all is the nursery rhyme.

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