Mothers prefer Guns N’ Dozes, Oasis songs to traditional lullabies
Drowse that’s what I call music! A new survey has revealed that today’s mums are more likely to sing songs by Guns N’ Roses or Oasis than they are traditional lullabies when they’re trying to get their little ones to nod off.
The babywebsite.com polled 2,000 mothers, and it turns out that the preferred night-time song is Take That’s Patience (a commodity that can be in short supply at 3am). Former ‘That member Robbie Williams is at No.2 on the list with Angels.
Oasis’ Wondwerwall is No.9 in the list, followed by Guns N’ Roses’ Sweet Child O’ Mine at No.10 and Bryan Adams’ (Everything I Do) I Do It For You at No.13.
Strangely, there’s no sign of Snoozy Osbourne’s So Tired, Status Quo’s Eiderdown Down or Saxon’s Heavy Metal Slumber.
Neither is there anything from stoner rockers Sleep, Bed Zeppelin, Duvet Malmsteen, ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist Snorey White or John McCoy’s old band Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzebra.
Which songs or artists would YOU choose?
Meantime, you can check out the full Top 20 on the Music Radar website here.