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David Bowie Rockabye Baby Lullaby Music CD - alternative & unique gift for a newborn baby If you're not sure if it's a boy or a (China) girl, just buy a David Bowie Rockabye Baby lullaby music CD. Listening to soothing lullabies can help get baby to sleep at night, they can also help a newborn babies brain development - and they're awesome to spin at toddlers playtime! A modern and relaxing gift for new parents or a David Bowie fan.

Chill out instrumental lullaby renditions of songs from classic David Bowie albums including Diamond Dogs, Young Americans, Hunky Dory, and Heroes.

1. Heroes
2. Changes
3. China Girl
4. Let's Dance
5. Rebel Rebel
6. Fame
7. Golden Years
8. The Man Who Sold The World
9. Modern Love
10. Young Americans
11. Space Oddity
12. Life On Mars

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David Bowie Rockabye Baby Lullaby Music Cd - Alternative & Unique Gift For A Newborn Baby

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Instrumental lullaby renditions of classic David Bowie hits, a soothing music gift for new parents to help get baby to sleep at bedtime

If you're not sure if it's a boy or a (China) girl, just buy a David Bowie Rockabye Baby lullaby music CD. Listening to soothing lullabies can help get baby to sleep at night, they can also help a newborn babies brain development - and they're awesome to spin at toddlers playtime! A modern and relaxing gift for new parents or a David Bowie fan.

Chill out instrumental lullaby renditions of songs from classic David Bowie albums including Diamond Dogs, Young Americans, Hunky Dory, and Heroes.

1. Heroes
2. Changes
3. China Girl
4. Let's Dance
5. Rebel Rebel
6. Fame
7. Golden Years
8. The Man Who Sold The World
9. Modern Love
10. Young Americans
11. Space Oddity
12. Life On Mars

Nippaz With Attitude - Blaming the parents since 2001
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