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Although this article is based on canonical information, the actual name of this subject is pure conjecture.


This is the lullaby that Heather sings to Garff to calm him in "Tone Death". It is likely Heather's parents or adoptive parents taught her this song.

Lyrics in HTTYD episode

[humming]

“The sky is dark, and the hills are white,

As the Storm King speeds from the north tonight

And this is the song The Storm King sings,

As over the world his cloak he flings.

Sleep, sleep, little one, sleep

He rustles his wings and gruffly sings,

Sleep, little one, sleep”

Original lullaby - Norse Lullaby

The name of the original lullaby is called Norse Lullaby written by Eugene Field. It was from a book called "A Little Book of Western Verse" which is written by the same author. This lullaby can also be found on The Lewiston Daily Sun - Nov 15, 1929.

Original Lyrics:

The sky is dark and the hills are white

As the storm-king speeds from the north to-night,

And this is the song the storm-king sings,

As over the world his cloak he flings:

"Sleep, sleep, little one, sleep!"

He rustles his wings and gruffly sings:

"Sleep, little one, sleep!"

On yonder mountain-side a vine

Slings at the foot of a mother pine;

The tree bends over the trembling thing

And only the vine can hear her sing:

"Sleep, sleep, little one, sleep ---

What shall you fear when I am here?

Sleep, little one, sleep."

The king may sing in his bitter flight,

The pine may croon to the vine to-night,

But the little snowflake at my breast

Liketh the song I sing the best:

"Sleep, sleep, little one, sleep;

Weary thou art, anext my heart;

Sleep, little one, sleep."

Trivia

  • Heather's voice actress Mae Whitman, also does Heather's singing voice.
  • Heather's Lullaby has seemed to be the only working song that Garff calms down to.

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