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All the Pretty Horses

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  1. a traditional lullaby from the southern United States

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 12, 2009
  2. As the song was transmitted by oral tradition, not much is definitively known about it

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  3. " has inspired a variety of recordings (both direct performances of the known lyrics and adaptations thereof)

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  4. Current theory is that the lullaby was sung by black slaves to their white charges during the pre-Civil War period. (This theory is backed by the reference to "wee little lamby...cried for her mammy" as slaves were often forcibly separated from their

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  5. The oldest surviving set of lyrics are as follows: “Hush-a-bye, don't you cry, Go to sleepy little baby

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