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  • Bye, Oh! Baby. William A. Pond & Co., New York, Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress.
  • State of Publication: New York. City of Publication: New York. Genre: sheet music. Publisher: Brooks & Denton; Dewey Publishing Co. (copyright). Refrain: Hush-a-bye, o baby, hush-a-bye an' sleep. Composer: Pigott, Robert S.. Date: First Line: De .
  • All the flowers have shut their eyes, Breezes whisper sweet lullabies. Oh! Bye, little baby, bye oh, Bye, little baby, bye oh. Bye, baby, birds now sleep, As, one by one, the stars start to peep, See them twinkle in the sky, As the clouds go drifting by.
  • TRADITIONAL Sleep, Baby, Sleep TRADITIONAL IRISH Toora, Loora, Loora TRADITIONAL GERMAN Sleep, Baby Sleep TRADITIONAL SWEEDISH Slumber Time Is Drawing Near TRADITIONAL SPANISH Rockaby Baby TRADITIONAL MEXICAN Señora Santa Ana TRADITIONAL Bye-O, Bye-O, Bye-O Baby TRADITIONAL Hush, My Little Bird WATCHING OVER ME ANONYMOUS Lully, Lulla.
  • "Bye oh bye, oh baby bye oh bye, oh baby go to sleep, grandma's girl bye oh bye, oh baby " Of course the words would be changed for whoever was singing and who they were singing to, so "mommy's boy" or "auntie's girl" etc. I have no idea who sang it, but it is my favorite lullaby and I'll sing it to my children someday. Jan 07,
  • "Bye-o-Baby!" Mom Louisa Brown of Waverly Hills, S.C., remembered that everyone would make up songs to help the children on the plantation fall asleep, and everyone had their own song that they sang. This is one that she shared.
  • It's getting late and we have a full day planned for tomorrow, so let's say bye for now. Si è fatto tardi e domani abbiamo una giornata piena, e quindi arrivederci. go bye-bye, go bye-byes v expr verbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end.".
  • Carol Cline Burge Clay on the song Baby- bye Dates: October One item of folklore. BYU folklore student Tricia Busche collected item from Carol Cline Burge Clay.
  • In most families a parent was able to stay home with their baby. Along with friends, family members and (of course) mom’s advice, you did the best you could to not sweat the small stuff and raise a well rounded individual(s). These days it’s not so simple; in most families both parents have to work and some form of childcare becomes a.