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Isn't "Hush a bye baby" a Nursery Rhyme ?

Not exactly. It seems that this lulluby was the practice of some Native
Americans to place a baby in the branches of a tree allowing the wind to gently
rock the child to sleep "Hush a bye baby on the treetop". The meaning to the
words of the song "Hush a bye baby" seem to match this explanation.

The words to the "Hush a bye baby" song were first published in 1765.

Hush-a-bye baby

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Hush-a-bye baby
On the tree top,
When the wind blows
The cradle will rock,
When the bough breaks
The cradle will fall
Down will come baby,
Cradle and all.