Top 10 Best Songs for Babies to Sleep Based on Spotify Playlists Data

It is not always easy to put our little ones to sleep.

Despite a regular nighttime routine, many parents may still find their babies have trouble falling asleep at the end of the day. And for many, lullabies can work.

Now baby brand Nuby is helping out by creating a list of the best sleepy songs for your kids. This is based on the number of times these songs appear on baby sleep-related Spotify playlists.

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So if your baby has trouble closing their eyes, maybe give these songs a try. The following list includes the top 10 tracks based on Nuby’s analysis, along with comments from a Nuby spokesperson.

10. Puff the magic dragon (Laura Hanson)

Puff the Magic Dragon transports us to another time. You might recognize this song from the animated Puff the Magic Dragon (1978), and Laura Hanson’s cover is just as charming. We understand why his dreamlike piano rocks toddlers.

9. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (Charlie Francis)

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star is a classic lullaby. Charlie Francis’ rendition of this song is peaceful enough to relax any child (or adult). The tinkling piano and slow, melodic rhythm is perfectly soothing and an updated version of the song that probably helped many of us sleep like babies.

8. Itsy Bitsy Spider (Mingmei Hsueh)

Itsy Bitsy Spider is another song straight out of the history books. Mingmei Hsueh, a talented pianist and musician, gave parents this soothing, wordless lullaby. Try not to sing the lyrics next to this instrumental – if you can.

7. Hush Little Baby (Beth McLaughlin)

Beth McLaughlin’s Hush Little Baby sounds exactly like the original. Similar to previous songs, this does not include any lyrics. The soothing air is perfect for bedtime.

6. A whole new world (purple tulips)

No matter what time it is, A Whole New World by Purple Tulips is enough to put any baby to sleep. Even though we know this song from Aladdin (1992), it’s another reimagined classic we could easily fall asleep to – the piano rendition is so graceful.

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5. Can you feel the love tonight? (Rita May)

Can you feel the love tonight from Rita May? you will certainly think of the comfort of your own bed – but also of The Lion King (1994) and the sweet voice of Elton John. Who would have thought that so many of our favorite Disney classics could be translated into sweet instrumental lullabies?

4. Colors of the Wind (Rita May)

A talented pianist, Rita May deserves to be on our list twice. Colors of the Wind reimagines the beauty of the familiar song found in Disney’s Pocahontas (1995).

3. Clean White Noise (White Noise Baby Sleep)

White noise can be extremely beneficial for your little one. It comes in many forms, including static frequencies. It’s also a continuous song, so you can repeat it without any pauses interrupting your baby’s sleep.

2. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (Adelmar Borrego)

Similar to the Francis cover, this song is ideal if you are looking for soothing piano music. Considering this is the second time a reimagining of the original has appeared on our list, we think this lullaby will make any baby sleepy!

1. Brahms’ Lullaby (Beth McLaughlin)

Finally, Beth McLaughlin’s Brahms’ Lullaby is the best song to put your little one to sleep. This song is top in Spotify playlists for baby sleep songs. So, if you need a good night’s sleep, this is for your baby to fall asleep.

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