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Rock - a - by Baby by Verta Taylor

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rock, When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall, And down will come baby, cradle and all. In Derbyshire, England, local legend has it that the song relates to a local character in the late 18th century, Betty Kenny (Kate Kenyon who lived with her husband, Luke, and their eight children in a huge yew tree in Shining Cliff Woods in the. Then you'll be ready to sing. All is well, safely rest, God is nigh. 2 Rock-a-bye as a phrase was first recorded in 1805 in Benjamin Tabart 's Songs for the Nursery, (London, 1805). When the wind blows, the cradle will rock. Yet another theory is that the song is based around a 17th century daycare: Reap the Benefits ritual that took place after a newborn baby had died. Dont make a peep, rock a bye baby, do not you fear. Mother Goose 's Melody (London,.

Morag Styles, From the garden to the street: an introduction to 300 years of poetry for children (Cassell, 1998. Probably his best known work is Rock-a-Bye Baby. Back to main Lullaby page page continues below, discuss this topic, recommended Posts. Archived from the original (PDF). Its unsure where its origin is from but its assumed to be created in the.S., although the first recording is dated in England (by an assumed English immigrant). A possible reference to this re-emergence is in an advertisement in The Times newspaper in 1887 for a performance in London by a minstrel group featuring a "new" American song called 'Rock-a-bye " Moore and Burgess Minstrels, St James's-hall today at 3, tonight. 2 7 It is unclear though whether these early rhymes were sung to either of the now-familiar tunes. Prichard, The Oxford Companion to Children's Literature (Oxford University Press, 1984.

The line when the bough breaks the baby will fall would suggest that the baby was dead weight so heavy enough to break the branch. Songs for the Nursery (London, 1805 contains the wording: Rock-a-bye baby, thy cradle is green, Father's a nobleman, mother's a queen. For the children's musical group, see. She is now a resident of Boston. That tenderly sings my baby to rest. "Ambergate Walk leaflet" (PDF). Died yesterday at his home in Brookline (Boston).Mr. If the bough breaks, the cradle will fall, but mama will catch you. The Times, Monday, Sep 19, 1887;. When the bough breaks the cradle will fall, And down will come baby, cradle and all. 4 The earliest recorded version of the words in print appeared with a footnote, "This may serve as a warning to the Proud and Ambitious, who climb so high that they generally fall at last 5 which may be read as supporting a satirical meaning.