|Barney's Sleepytime Songs|
|Released||September 26, 1995|
|Label||EMI Records and Barney Music|
|Produced by|| Jeff Gittle|
David Bernard Wolf
|Preceded by||Barney's Favorites Vol. 2|
|Succeeded by||Run, Jump, Skip and Sing|
Barney's Sleepytime Songs is an album that was released on September 26, 1995. It contains songs about getting ready for bed, lullabies, the night time, sleep and dreams.
- Getting Ready For Bed
- Splashin' in the Bath
- Brushing My Teeth
- Swingin' Up to the Stars
- It's Good to Be Home
- Listen to the Night Time
- My Yellow Blankey
- Roll Over
- The Sleep Song
- Time for Dreams
- Star Medley: Twinkle Twinkle Little Star/Star Light, Star Bright
- The Sleeping Princess
- Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme Medley: Rock-A-Bye Baby / Hey Diddle Diddle / Wee Willie Winkie / Diddle, Diddle, Dumpling / Rock-A-Bye Baby (Reprise)
- Frere Jacques
- Wynken, Blynken and Nod
- Sheep Medley: Little Bo Peep/Little Boy Blue
- A Frog Went A-Wooing Go
- All The Pretty Little Ponies
- Hush Little Baby
- Blanket of Love
- Bedtime with Barney
- Lavender's Blue
- I Love You
- This is the first album that David Bernard Wolf produces.
- Despite appearing in the pages of lyric book in this soundtrack album version, BJ doesn't speak nor sing any of the songs.
- The version of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" would later be used In Sing and Dance with Barney.
- The versions of "Little Bo Peep" and "Little Boy Blue" would later be used in It's Time for Counting.
- The version of "I Love You's" first instrumental verse would later be used in Sing and Dance with Barney.
- In "It's Time for Counting", the version for "I Love You" is similar to this version along with Season 4-6 except with a different pitch.
- The arrangement for "I Love You" was later sped up in Round and Round We Go.