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The 54th Annual Grammy Awards have just concluded on CBS, and I’m one of the camp that views the Grammys as a celebration of an organization and votership that is completely irrelevant, overly self-congratulatory, narrow-minded, boring, and predictable year after year. Despite those views, I thought it might be fun to compile a list of of music inspired by some of the night’s biggest winners, but reworked and performed for the smallest members of your family: newborn infants. Here’s a run-down of lullaby renditions of select winner’s songs that are currently available on iTunes.

adelettlrsADELE –  Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Short Form Music Video, Record of the Year
Lullaby Versions of Adele (Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star)

BON IVER – Best New Artist, Best Alternative Music Album
“Roslyn” (Bon Iver & St. Vincent) from Lullaby Versions of The Twilight Saga: NEW MOON

FoosFOO FIGHTERS – Best Rock Performance, Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance, Best Rock Song, Best Rock Album, Best Long Form Music Video
Lullaby Versions of Foo Fighters (TTLRS)

kanyeJAY-Z and KANYE WEST – Best Rap Performance
Lullaby Renditions of Kanye West (Rockabye Baby!)
“Young Forever” Lullaby Tribute to Jay-Z (Power Music, Inc.)

taylor3TAYLOR SWIFT – Best Country Solo Performance, Best Country Song
Lullaby Versions of Taylor Swift (Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star)
Hushabye Baby: Lullaby Renditions of Taylor Swift (Hushabye Baby)
Cradle Rock: Tearless Lullaby Renditions of Songs Recorded by Taylor Swift (Brash Music)

LADY ANTEBELLUM – Best Country Album
Lullaby Versions of Lady Antebellum (Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star)

As noted, these are for the really tiny little babies in your house. Once they hit toddler stage, feel free to start introducing them to the real thing… at your own discretion, of course. Watch the language and content 😉