But then that night, Dad played it back to me in bed, like a lullaby, my own recorded voice singing myself to sleep.
Washington loves a lullaby—like the one about both sides deserving blame for the decline in bipartisanship.
Behind scenes a voice sings a lullaby, ‘Beautiful Land of Nod.’
By that time the sounds of the tempest had become a lullaby to me.
In the threatening style of lullaby, the bogey plays a considerable part.
So she sang another, a lullaby, that sank to its finish in flattering silence.
I'll leave the doors open, and play you a lullaby that you can't resist.
Oh, this capital knew the Dead March in Saul as a child knows his lullaby!
The iron gates clanked—and he fell asleep with the song of the sea for his lullaby.
“lullaby,” she whispered, and kissed her again very tenderly.