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The Sweetest Disney Lullabies to Sing to Your Baby

Disney has a way of tugging at all my tender parts with their music and messages, just the theme song from Up leaves me curled up on the verge of the ugly cry. Add in tender lyrics to all that Disney magic? It’s over, I’m done.

While there are plenty of classic lullabies out there, none appeal to me as much as the sweet songs from classic and modern Disney movies. I have sung all of them to both my babies and each of them has a special song that will always epitomize their babyhood in my mind.

Here are the best Disney lullabies to add to your nighttime routine with your little star sweeper.

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    Click through to see all my favorites!

  • "I See the Light" from Tangled 2 of 9
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    I dare you to sing this one to your baby on a dark quiet night during those first few weeks together. I DARE YOU. I still cry every time I hear it, change the meaning around and sing it to my baby? So much weeping.

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    Watch scenes from Tangled right here!

  • "When She Loved Me" from Toy Story 2 3 of 9
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    Try to ignore the super sad part in Toy Story 2 when Jessie is left alone in a box at the side of the road and think about your own little girl growing up and LEAVING YOU. That's much less sad. Oh, wait...

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    Watch scenes from Toy Story 2 right here!

  • "A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes" from Cinderella 4 of 9
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    Cinderella has a good head on her shoulders, she works hard, never complains and knows the magic of dreams. Sing away Cinderelly, sing away.

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    Watch scenes from Cinderella right here!

  • "Baby Mine" from Dumbo 5 of 9
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    If this one doesn't leave you a weeping mess in the rocking chair something is clearly wrong with you. I sang this song to Addie every. single. night. for at least six years. In fact, I sang it to her so much I feel like I'm cheating on her if I sing it to Vivi.

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    Watch scenes from Dumbo right here!

  • "La La Lu" from Lady and the Tramp 6 of 9
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    One of the most unappreciated Disney lullabies as it is sung by Darling to her baby and barely involved dogs at all. This one is worth learning and singing to any little people in your life.

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    Watch scenes from Lady and the Tramp right here!

  • "Stay Awake" from Mary Poppins 7 of 9
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    This is Vivi's song, partly because it's just as good as "Baby Mine," and partly because Mary Poppins is one of the best movies in the world and also because who doesn't love a little reverse psychology with their lullaby?

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    Watch scenes from Mary Poppins right here!

  • "You’ll be in My Heart" from Tarzan 8 of 9
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    I've sang this one to both babies. It's another one that leaves me a weepy mess, even the Phil Collins version makes me feel things. (Which is probably the only time Phil Collins does such a thing to anyone.)

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    Watch scenes from Tarzan right here!

  • "When You Wish Upon a Star" from Pinocchio 9 of 9
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    I can't remember a time I didn't wish on stars, even now at 31 I wish on the first star I see. Whenever this song plays at Disneyland? Consider me a puddle.

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    Watch scenes from Pinocchio right here!

Find more of Casey’s writing on her blog moosh in indy or her Babble Voices site Shutterlovely. She’s also available on twitter, facebook, flickr and Instagram. If you can’t find her any of those places? Check the couch, she’s probably taking a nap.

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