My sister sang John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" to her daughter every night to help her go to sleep. In "The Power of Kindness" Piero Ferrucci tells a great story about a woman who sang through thin walls to help calm a child put to bed screaming in the next apartment.
Lately, I've been wondering whether music might become part of my go-to-sleep regimen. I'm searching for some great stuff that will do the opposite of revving me up (as I wrote about last time: What Music Helps Chase Away The Mid-Winter Blues?). Tunes that will send me off to dreamland.
Please share your favourite grown-up lullabies or wind-down music -- or even what was played for you as a child -- by commenting below. As always, I invite you to email me directly: Julia (that familiar symbol) wearethenewradicals (familiar punctuation) (standard suffix).
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