Wolle and Pferd are about to go to bed after a long day. But Pferd can't fall asleep, Wolel asks what he can do and Pferd suggest that he could sing a lullaby. Wolle attempts to sing a lullaby, but it don't work, since Pferd also sings along to it.
Pferd continues to sing the song and Wolle stops him. Wolle thinks that they need to find a different song, from there songbook. The only problem are that they can't find the book anywhere in the barn.
They continue the search first at Rumpel's corner and then over at Nils' store, but with no luck. Pferd thinks he are getting tired and are sure he can sleep now, but Wolle wants to continue the search.
They returns to the barn and search for it again there, and this time Wolle finds it. Wolle tries to see if he can find a suitable lullaby in the book, but with no luck. Pferd suggest that he could count sheeps, but Pferd can't imagine sheeps only carrots. So Wolle runs back and forth so Pferd can count him.
After more than 50 times, Wolle are to tired to continue and says that he just want to sleep and goes to bed. Shortly after Wolle starts to snore and Pferd thinks that are the perfect lullaby and falls asleep.
Bert is having trouble getting to sleep. Ernie suggests him singing a lullaby to Bert. He sings one to the tune of Brahms' Lullaby and Bert falls into a deep peaceful sleep. Ernie tells Bert to wake up now; it's his turn to go to sleep so it's HIS turn to sing a lullaby now.