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Sing me the crouched

Lullabies are direct passports to the most beautiful moments of our childhood. Today, we remember the hoot.

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Sounds, as well as aromas, have the ability to transport us in time. And when we go back, we experience that particular moment again, we feel the way we felt back then. Let's think, for example, of the lullaby they sang to us as boys. In our country, the rorrorrorrorrorró was the song that sounded in every house.

Generations of moms and dads sang the rorrorrorró (and sing it) to make their children sleep. There are different versions, and some interpretations of each family, but the essence is the same . Today, when we are stressed and have difficulty sleeping, more than one would like to return to that moment. Because the rogue dream didn't want to come and because there was nothing nicer than falling asleep with mom's sweet voice singing to us.

Publication Date: 03/06/2019

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