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Obsolete lulla word used in lullabies (from Middle English lullai) (from lullen to lull lull) bye
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle English lullen (“to lull") + bye. First recorded circa 1560.
Singing-Whether you sit in a rocking chair or lightly pat your baby while she lies in her crib, a lullaby is the perfect ending to a busy day for you and baby.
Don't get caught in his lullaby, because he will put you to sleep... and then beat the tar out of you.
I find songs like "Beauty in the Breakdown" (their first song) or "Call It a Lullaby" to be among their weakest moments.
If you don't touch your remote for an extended period of time, your Mii will go to sleep and the music turns into a sweet little lullaby that you might even take a nap to yourself.
All that's needed now is a baby lullaby.
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