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Watch Jimmy Fallon and Ethan Hawke Perform Bob Dylan Lullabies

1 April 2015 6:55 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Bob Dylan is a legendary singer-songwriter and folk/rock icon. But his easily parodied voice doesn't exactly scream "lullaby crooning." Jimmy Fallon and Ethan Hawke proved that fact during Tuesday's Tonight Show, performing a handful of classic children's songs in Dylan's signature Sixties style. 

"We both have young kids," Fallon says to open the clip. "They're great, so much fun. But, you know, bedtime can be pretty tough." Hawke suggests an alternative – singing the songs as Dylan – and he cites "scientific research" to prove the method works. 

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