April 20, 2016 9:40 am
Updated: July 15, 2016 9:12 am

Adele’s greatest hits are being reworked into lullabies

Parents will now be able to soothe their newborns to sleep with some of Adele’s biggest hits.

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Some of Adele’s most popular songs have been transformed into lullabies for newborns.

The British sensation’s lullaby album will be released on April 29 by Rockabye Baby! The company is a music label that turns tunes parents love into soothing instrumental beats for babies.

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The music series has previously turned hits into lullabies from more than 70 artists including Rihanna, The Beatles, Jay- Z and Madonna.

Lullaby Renditions of Adele will feature baby-friendly versions of, “Hello” and “Rolling in the Deep.”

The soothing songs will have no lyrics sung by Adele, but will feature all the instrumentals replaced by xylophones, bells, wind chimes and other kindergarten-style instruments. The re-recording of the music is meant to help newborns sleep.

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Adele’s Oscar-winning song, “Skyfall,” will also be on the CD, along with “Set Fire to the Rain” and “Turning Tables.”

Victoria and David Beckham have admitted to rocking their children to sleep with the lullaby versions of The Beatles. The two prepared for their daughter’s birth by downloading songs from Rockabye Baby!

The full track list is below, where you can listen to a sample of the lullaby version, “Hello.”  The album goes on sale on April 29 on iTunes, Amazon and the company’s website. The MP3 album is $11.99 and the CD is $16.98.

1. Hello

2. Someone Like You

3. Rolling in the Deep

4. Set Fire to the Rain

5. Rumour Has It

6. Hometown Glory

7. Skyfall

8. Million Years Ago

9. Turning Tables

10. Chasing Pavements

11. Make You Feel My Love

12. When We Were Young

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