Chinese Lullaby

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(东北摇篮曲) is a widely known lullaby sung throughout China
An illustration for the story Chinese Lullaby by the author Anonymous
Confucius presenting the young Gautama Buddha to Laozi
An illustration for the story Chinese Lullaby by the author Anonymous
Confucius presenting the young Gautama Buddha to Laozi
An illustration for the story Chinese Lullaby by the author Anonymous
The moon is bright, the wind is quiet,
The tree leaves hang over the window.
My little baby, go to sleep quickly,
Sleep, dreaming sweet dreams.
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The moon is bright, the wind is quiet,
The cradle moves softly.
My little one, close your eyes,
Sleep, sleep, dreaming sweet dreams.

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