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.’
“lullaby,” she whispered, and kissed her again very tenderly.
In the threatening style of lullaby, the bogey plays a considerable part.
This was the nightly lullaby to her disappointed and murmuring heart.
I'll leave the doors open, and play you a lullaby that you can't resist.
The first, "A lullaby," begins with the unusual skip of a ninth for the voice.
The iron gates clanked—and he fell asleep with the song of the sea for his lullaby.
At length he went to sleep with the roar of the monster as a lullaby.