Night Night, Little Marvin
Night Night, Little Marvin is a lullaby that Marshall and Lily sing to their son Marvin every night. It involves Lily playing a number of instruments to mimic the sounds of the things mentioned in the lullaby. The song is featured on the second soundtrack album.
Night night, little Marvin,
Stars twinkle for you.
The Dreamland train's a-chuggin',
All your dreams will come true.
And the horsie says, "Good night".
And the birdie says, "Good night".
And the elephant says, "Good night".
And the skeleton playing his own rib cage says, "Good Night".
And the robot says, "Good night".
Enough with the damn music!
And Mr. Nesbit says, "Good night".
And the whole world says, "Good night".
Notes and TriviaEdit
- In The Fortress, with Lily not being around much because of her new job, Ted fills in for Lily in the lullaby.
- In The Final Page - Part Two, Lily's father Mickey also filled in for the lullaby.
- In No Questions Asked, Lily asked Ted to sing her a version of that lullaby.
- In Bedtime Stories, the song is also featured during the beginning of all three stories.