Lullabies, Anyone?

Before my two year old goes to sleep we listen to a CD in her room. We've tried classical music to pop lullabies to REM (Automatic for the People). My current favorite is Nicollette Larson " Sleep, Baby, Sleep".

Anyone have any favorites?
My five year old daughter still loves Eva Cassidy's version of the old folk/bluegrass song "Tall Trees in Georgia"
My 3 year old daugther loves to listen to music from the Nutcracker suit, Les Miserables, and Phantom of the Opera before going to sleep. For what ever reason, I will not dare to find out!

Happy holidays everyone!
My 15 month old son loves to listen to Metallica's 'Fuel', ah, no, wait....that's my 15 YEAR old son's music.
It might be hard to find but Nena's "Unser Apfelhaus." is good for little kids. It's in German but little kids won't know the difference.
How about learning some Bobby McFerrin songs? he does an awful lot of lullabies, and is about as successful as any one in that line of work :) Other then that I would try doing Metalica's "enter sandman"- though you may want to edit it a little ;) ~Tim
WHITE NOISE...........
Keb'Mo' Lullaby Baby Blues
Chick Corea's "Children Songs" solo album.
Eva Cassidy "Somewhere Over the Rainbow"
"Calm Like A Bomb" Rage Against the Machine
One of the best IMO is Enya's "To Go Beyond" from "The Celts" CD. Her mellow, soothing voice singing doo-doo-doo's, no words, is just perfect for coming down with a babe.

But MY son....well, he likes a LOT of bizarre things, from my wifes 60's/70's music (Signs, To Sir With Love, Abba, etc.), to my weird taste: Nick Cave, The Chameleons, Eminem, more.

And he just turned 4 ! :-)
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