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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Have been searching for a song for 20 years, an animated 80s music video with toys.
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Author: musicfan
Posted: Aug 05 2011 - 10:57 PM
Subject: Have been searching for a song for 20 years, an animated 80s music video with toys.
Hi, I hope this is the right place. As said, I've been searching for a song from the 80s, I heard it when I was a kid but for the love of God I haven't heard it ever since, neither in movies nor retro shows. I also do not know the artist, except that she is a female singer.

The music video is at least partially animated, featuring, if I remember correctly a child sleeping and we see some animated toys, a soldier, a teddy bear and others walking in a living room. It is a gentle, tranquil song and I think it has the word "Lullaby" in the lyrics, but I'm not sure.

If anyone can identify that song, it will make my day!
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