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"Lullaby" is a 1989 single by The Cure from their album Disintegration.
As the previous single, "Fascination Street" was a US-only single, the B-sides were used for the UK release of "Lullaby". This meant that the US release needed some new B-sides. The two live cuts--"Homesick" and "Untitled"--are from the limited edition live album Entreat recorded during the Disintegration tour.
"Lullaby" reached number five in the UK upon release, becoming the band's highest charting single (it remains, in fact, their only single to grace the Top 5 in the UK).
This song has been sampled by various artists, including Just Jack in the song "Snowflakes" for his 2002 album The Outer Marker, and Rachel Stevens in the song "All About Me" from her 2005 album Come And Get It. It has also been covered by Australian trip-hop band Spook, on their album The Dusk Sessions, and by British post-punk revival band Editors, on the compilation Radio 1: Established 1967.
Faithless' 2006 album "Faithless to All New Arrivals," features Lullaby within the track "Spiders, Crocodiles and Kryptonite," where Robert Smith has rerecorded the vocals.