Justin Timberlake is Bringing Lullabies Back With This New Collection

Get ready to rock your baby—JT's hits have been tuned into an album of kid-friendly songs.

If you've got a fussy newborn on your hands, get ready to say Bye, Bye, Bye to sleepless nights. Because Justin Timberlake is bringing the Zzzz's back with an album of lullabies. Which totally makes sense since the former NSYNC-er was named People Magazine's Sexiest New Dad Alive after welcoming son Silas with wife Jessica Biel back in 2015.

Yup, we are totally on-board with that decision!

The album is called Lullaby Renditions of Justin Timberlake, and it's brought to you by Rockabye Baby—the geniuses behind previously released titles from singers like Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Adele, and The Doors. JT's compilation is packed with adorable baby-friendly versions of some of his biggest hits, including "Rock Your Body," "Mirrors," "Can't Stop The Feeling," and yes—"Bye, Bye, Bye."

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Of course, the track list wouldn't be complete without "Cry Me a River"—a song with a title that seems to perfectly lend itself to the trials and tribulations of getting a newborn to sleep—so you'll find that on there, too. We're guessing the fact that Timberlake is admittedly no stranger to the parenthood struggle—"I've never slept less and dealt with more poop, and been SO excited about it," the proud papa once told People magazine—may have something to do with the inclusion of the tune, which is actually about a brokenhearted man who moves on after his girlfriend cheats on him. (We're looking at you, B. Spears!)

The album won't be released until August 18, but it's now available for pre-order. Is it weird that I no longer have a baby in the house, but I still totally want to buy it?

Hollee Actman Becker is a freelance writer, blogger, and mom of two who writes about parenting and pop culture. Check out her website holleeactmanbecker.com for more, and then follow her on Instagram

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