“Lullabye” is a hidden song by Fall Out Boy from their album Folie à Deux.
An acoustic ballad influenced by Bob Dylan, written with the intention of helping Pete Wentz’s son, Bronx Mowgli, fall asleep.
About Folie à Deux
Fall Out Boy’s album Folie à Deux was released in 2008 and marked a shift in the band’s sound towards a more experimental and pop-oriented direction. The album was produced by Neal Avron and recorded in various locations including New York, Los Angeles and London.
The album features collaborations with various artists such as Elvis Costello and Debbie Harry, and incorporates different styles ranging from pop punk to electronic and even gospel. The lead single “I Don’t Care” became a hit, while other standout tracks include “Headfirst Slide into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet” and “20 Dollar Nose Bleed”.
Despite receiving mixed reviews upon release, Folie à Deux has gained a cult following among Fall Out Boy fans and is often praised for its bold and adventurous approach to songwriting. The album’s title, which translates to “madness shared by two”, refers to the shared experience of creative collaboration and the unpredictable nature of the music industry.
How to find “Lullabye”
On CD: Rewind past the beginning of track #1 (“Disloyal Order of Water Buffaloes”)
Listen to “Lullabye”
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