The end of the summer means getting back into the routine not only of waking up for school in the morning, but also of going to sleep on time. I remember being a kid and dreading the earlier bedtime that came along with the start of a new school year, and I know children everywhere are feeling the same right about now.
This is the first “goodnight” song I’ve written, and while I wanted it to be appropriate for bedtime, I didn’t want to go all out lullaby. It has a bit of a groove to it, but the overall vibe is chill. I know it makes me want to do exactly what the little girl in the picture is doing!
I’m not in school anymore (nor do I work in one any longer), but I still find myself going to bed earlier once the end of August hits. I suppose it’s just one way of showing camaraderie with my students :)
Thanks again for this beautiful song
I hope oneday i’ll be able to subscribe when the recession is over.
But now im happy to follow u n thinking myself that i can make some music for my little learners in my school as a music teacher.
pls never mind for my poor communicating skills in English.
love u all :D
Such a beautifully blessed “nite nite” song that my child and I both love listening to, so much so, that we are purchasing this goodnight song and adding it to our bedtime ritual. Thank you, Rachel, for your music and for your love of helping children through your gift of music.
I very often hear my child’s excited squeals and extra happy noises when he finds your songs while playing on the computer. Anytime he is on the computer and I hear Matthew’s happiness explode down the hallway into the room where I am, I know it’s because he came upon one of your songs and sure enough, I listen and hear a “Rachel song” playing, accompanied by my child’s sounds of delight, and that’s music to my ears. We love you, Rachel.