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Everybody loves Taylor Swift—even babies.

Songs from all five of her studio albums were given the lullaby treatment by Rockabye Baby, a music series geared toward little ones containing instrumental versions of popular songs. Taylor's tracks work surprisingly well when they're quieted down and paired with a xylophone—even songs like "Bad Blood" and "Shake It Off!"

"Style," another song from 1989, got the lullaby treatment, as did "22," "I Knew You Were Trouble" and "We Are Never Getting Back Together" from Taylor's 2012 album Red. Tracks like "Mine" and "Mean" from 2010's Speak Now album got a Rockabye Baby work-over, and so did songs like "Love Story" and "You Belong With Me" from 2008's Fearless.

Rockabye Baby went all the way back to the beginning with Taylor, turning "Our Song" from her 2006 eponymous debut album into a sweet, sleep-inducing number of its own.

The geniuses behind these transformed T-Swift tracks are as clever as they are talented. In the description for Lullaby Renditions of Taylor Swift, Rockabye Baby teases, "Restless kids keeping you up at night, parents? Just shake it off."

"If you feel like you're never, ever going to get back to sleep, spin these lush lullaby versions of Taylor Swift's biggest hits," the overview continues. "Because a peaceful night never goes out of style."

Taylor Swift, Rockabye Baby


We're impressed! Our only complaint? "Never Grow Up," a sweet, homesickness-inducing song from Speak Now, didn't get the lullaby treatment. Perhaps Tay's original version was just too tender to try and top?

In any case, parents, parents-to-be, and friends of those with babies, Rockabye Baby Music's Lullaby Renditions of Taylor Swift is available now.

Need to wake back up? Taylor dances with a 7-year-old super-fan in the adorable video below.

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