Shawn Mullins – Lullaby

Shawn Mullins - Lullaby

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Shawn Mullins - Lullaby

Uno dei più classici One Shot di fine anni '90, canzone orecchiabile mandata a palla da radio e tv. Messer Shawn Mullins rimarrà poi famoso solo nelle sagre di paese dell'entroterra americano e nei comodini dei peggio rednecks de paese.


"Lullaby" is a song by American rock singer Shawn Mullins from his fourth studio album, Soul's Core (1998).

It was released in August 1998 and is Mullins' most successful song to date, reaching number one on the US Billboard Adult Top 40, number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, and number nine on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. It also found success abroad, reaching number nine on the UK Singles Chart, number five in Australia, and number two in Canada.

The song has appeared on thirty-two different releases including the original album, Soul's Core, greatest hits albums, 1990s compilations and acoustic compilations.[1]  It was also sung by Dave Allen in the 2011 film Bad Teacher.

The song is said to be about "a girl who is feeling depressed, crying out for a life away from her upbringing, a life full of Hollywood days and movie star-filled nights.".


Soul's Core is the fourth studio album by Shawn Mullins, spawning the hit "Lullaby" (#1 on Adult Top 40, #9 on Modern Rock), as well as "Shimmer" (#27 on Adult Top 40). It was first released on July 7, 1998.


Shawn Mullins (Atlanta8 marzo 1968) è un cantautore statunitense.

Il suo brano di maggior successo è Lullaby (1998), in nomination ai Grammy Awards 1999 nella categoria Miglior canzone pop vocale maschile.

Shawn Mullins - Lullaby


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