Healing Lullaby

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.Strephon Says 8 Healing Lullaby

Lullabys give healing to children and adults as they fall asleep at night. Strephon says a sleep meditation for having healing dreams at night. He sings his own words to the Brahms lullaby. Use for healing.

Lullaby and good night
Sing you softly and smiling
Lullaby and Good night
Sing you swift over the sea.

Lullaby and Good night
See my baby so charming
Lullaby and good night
Sing my baby to sleep.

Lullaby and sweet night,
My little prince charming,
Lullaby and sweet night,
Guide you safely to shore.

Lullaby and sweet night,
My little princess charming,
Lullaby and sweet night,
Guide you safely to shore.

Lullaby and sweet night,
May your dreams be so healing
Lullaby and sweet night,
May your wanderings be dear.

Lullaby and good night,
Sing you soft or the sea waves,
Lullaby and sweet night,
Bring you safely to shore.

Lullaby and good night,
When you wake in the morning,
Lullaby and good night
We will love you so dear.

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3 Responses to “Healing Lullaby”


  1. 1 jena nabut September 19, 2006 at 2:42 pm

    do you have the analysing of Sea Lullaby poem?
    thanks

  2. 2 strephon kaplan-williams September 19, 2006 at 3:15 pm

    Sorry, but I don’t know it. Can you give me a reference or a comment why it is important to you?

    thanks

  3. 3 strephon kaplan-williams September 19, 2006 at 6:42 pm

    Hi Jena,
    We just found the Lullaby by Elinor Wylie. It is a wonderful lullaby poem full of dark images in the tradition of dark sea chanties and so on. The point is to give small children the dark side of life in a beautiful poem as a paradox of opposites. It teaches children in the midst of beauty, like being at the beach, not to forget the dark side, that a big wave can come in and sweep them away. It teaches children to learn to fear and yet find peace and safety in bed in a warm but knowing family.

    Here it lets the child know that a boy has drowned by going too near or in the sea.

    Stefania and I have devised a folk tune to go with the poem and will post a recording here hopefully if we get it right.


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