What Lullabies Teach Us About Language
In that way, lullabies are like a language of their own.
Beep. Beep.Beep. Beep.Beep. Beep. BEEP!
Friends, come gather, friends come gather. Together we gather at the beach. D—
Hey, remember that song?The one we sang in that apartment in Alief when I was little? I loved it so much. And I love you. And, Mom, I miss you
SuccessionFriends come, friends come . . . together we gather at the beach. Green mountains, clear water. White clouds, a beautiful day.
Kristin Wong is a freelance writer and journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times, ELLE, Travel + Leisure, and The Cut among other publications. She frequently writes about behavior and identity and is also a staff writer and researcher at Hidden Brain Media, where she contributes to the Hidden Brain podcast and radio show.
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