Lisa Loeb and her glasses occupy a special place in our hearts. Who among us hasn't sat at home at some point crying to "Stay" on repeat?
Of course, "Stay" was released 21 years ago and these days Loeb is singing less heartbreak songs and more nursery rhymes. Yes, nursery rhymes.
The 47-year-old mom to Lyla Rose, 5, and Emet Kuli, 3, is releasing her fourth children's album, "Nursery Rhyme Parade!"
The album features 37 classic bedtime hits including "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star," "Pop Goes The Weasel," and a haunting version of "This Old Man," which you can listen to below:
Loeb, who released her first children's album and accompanying book "Catch the Moon" in 2003, said she wanted to make a record that sounded like a mom singing to her child in their bedroom.
"Nursery Rhyme Parade!" is available exclusively on Amazon on Oct. 16.
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