April 13, 2023

Letter Notes Piano: Rock-a-bye Baby - Traditional

"Rock-a-bye Baby" is a classic lullaby and nursery rhyme that dates back to the 18th century in England. The lyrics describe a parent soothing a baby to sleep by singing about a baby cradle being rocked by the wind in a treetop.

E - G - ^E    ^D-^C
Rock-a-bye baby

E       G    ^C     B
On the tree top

F              G     ^F       ^E
When the wind blows

^D   ^D-^C   A     G
The cradle will rock!

E              G      ^E         ^D
When the bough breaks

^C     E-G    ^C     B
The cradle will fall

G           ^C     ^F    ^E-^C
Down will come baby,

^D-A      B   ^C
Cradle and all!

The origin and meaning of the song are not entirely clear, but it has become a beloved staple in children's music and culture around the world. The simple melody and comforting lyrics of "Rock-a-bye Baby" have made it a popular choice for parents and caregivers to sing to their little ones, helping to calm and lull them to sleep. The song has been adapted and reinterpreted in various ways, including in classical music and popular culture.

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