Nursery rhyme and lullaby messages

We’ve spent a lot of time listening to lullabies and nursery rhymes in the last 2 years. Amazon Music’s Lisa Loeb nursery rhyme collection alone ensures we’re daily active users of our Echo.
But, while I love the simply melodies, I’ve come to despise the lyrics of most rhymes and lullabies. If “despise” sounds too strong, check out this link for the creepy backstories behind some of our favorite nursery rhymes.
And, for a recent example that is currently trending in our households, below are the lyrics of a melodious Southern American lullaby called “Hush Little Baby.”
Hush, little baby, don’t say a word.
Papa’s going to buy you a mocking bird.
And if that mocking bird don’t sing,
Papa’s going to buy you a diamond ring.
And if that diamond ring is brass,
Papa’s going to buy you a looking glass.
And if that looking glass gets broke,
Papa’s going to buy you a billy goat.
And if that billy goat don’t pull,
Papa’s going to you a cart and bull.
And if that cart and bull turn over,
Papa’s going to buy a dog called Rover.
And if that dog called Rover don’t bark,
Papa’s going to buy you a horse and cart.
And if that horse and cart turn round,
You’ll still be the sweetest little babe in town.
Or, don’t worry – your dad’s going to buy you whatever you want and solve your problems. Exactly the message we want to send our kids.
There has to be a better nursery rhyme solution. Maybe we keep the same melodies and replace the lyrics?