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  1. Sweet Lullaby This song is by Deep Forest and appears on the album Deep Forest (). Sasi sasi ae taro taro amu Ko agi agi boroi tika oli oe lau Tika gwao oe lau koro inomaena I dai tabesau I tebetai nau mouri Tabe ta wane initoa te ai rofia Sasi sasi ae kwa dao mata ole Rowelae e lea kwa dao mata biru I dai tabesau I tebetai nau mouri Sasi sasi ae taro taro amu .
  2. Aug 03,  · SLEEP MUSIC FOR BABIES DEEP RELAXATION Soft Slow Piano Ocean Mix Helps Baby Relax Sleeping Lullaby - Duration: HDnatureTV: Relaxing Music & Nature Sounds Videos Recommended for you
  3. Dec 02,  · referencing Sweet Lullaby, CD, Maxi, 2, COL 2 An obscure lullaby from the Solomon Islands becomes a hit in the West The Rorogwela melody, sung by Afunakwa from the Solomon Islands, was heard by a two-man band called Deep Forest, in France. They sampled the song, using Afunakwa’s voice, and called the track Sweet Lullaby/5().
  4. Sweet Lullaby (Ambient Mix) This song is by Deep Forest and appears on the album Deep Forest () and on the album World Mix (). This song has been translated into English. Sasi sasi o to aro aro.
  5. Deep Forest Sweet Lullaby. Deep Forest - Sweet Lullaby (Original Completo) MB. Play Download.
  6. Deep Forest, Category: Artist, Albums: Epic Circuits, MMXVI Remixes, Evo Devo, Deep Africa, Deep India, Singles: On the Edge, На Границе Миров, Kalinushka (Remix), Siberian Trilogy Project, Сибирская трилогия, Top Tracks: Sweet Lullaby - RELAX Mix, Marta's Song, While the Earth Sleeps - Long Version, Sweet Lullaby - Kostakis & Strange Loving Remix, Bohème.
  7. The chart-topping signature song, "Sweet Lullaby," is indicative of what's going on in the grooves of the other nine tracks; ambient house beats burble pastorally while "multi-culti" samples ebb and flow gracefully, even romantically, through the mix/5().
  8. Published by Sony Music Publishing MCPS/BIEM tracks repeated both sides The song is based around a traditional "Baegu Lullaby" from the Solomon Islands called "Rorogwela", and uses a vocal sample originally recorded by ethnomusicologist Hugo Zemp in and later released by UNESCO as part of their Musical Sources collection.

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