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    21 Famous Songs You Never Dreamed Could Be Children's Lullabies

    Introduce your baby to the rock gods without causing premature ear damage.

    Rockabye Baby

    This is Rockabye Baby, an LA-based record label that turns pretty much every conceivable rock song into a children's lullaby cover. They've released over 50 albums and sold over 1 million units.

    1. "Should I Stay Or Should I Go?" - The Clash

    Epic / Via amazon.com

    2. "Thriller" - Michael Jackson

    Epic / Via amazon.com

    3. "Big Pimpin'" - Jay-Z

    Roc-A-Fella, Def Jam / Via amazon.com

    4. "Dream On" - Aerosmith

    Columbia / Via amazon.com

    5. "Born to Run" - Bruce Springsteen

    Columbia / Via amazon.com

    6. "Uprising" - Muse

    Warner Bros / Via amazon.com

    7. "Rock and Roll All Nite" - Kiss

    Universal, Roadrunner / Via amazon.com

    8. "Raspberry Beret" - Prince

    Paisley Park / Via amazon.com

    9. "Like A Virgin" - Madonna

    Sire, Warner Bros

    10. "Message in a Bottle" - The Police

    A&M / Via amazon.com

    11. "No Woman, No Cry" - Bob Marley & The Wailers

    Island/Tuff Gong / Via amazon.com

    12. "Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen

    EMI / Via amazon.com

    13. "Enjoy the Silence" - Depeche Mode

    Mute / Via amazon.com

    14. "Just Like Heaven" - The Cure

    Fiction / Via amazon.com

    15. "Everlong" - Foo Fighters

    Roswell / Via amazon.com

    16. "This Charming Man" - The Smiths

    Rough Trade / Via amazon.com

    17.

    Mercury / Via amazon.com

    18. "Beautiful Day" - U2

    Island, Interscope / Via amazon.com

    19. "Clocks" - Coldplay

    Parlaphone / Via amazon.com

    20. "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" - Green Day

    Warner Bros. / Via amazon.com

    21. "Crash Into Me" - Dave Matthews Band

    RCA / Via amazon.com

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