There's a nice little story behind this track. Short version: it's a DSK Music Box demo that happens to be a cover of a song I heard as a kid.
Here is where you should get DSK Music Box: http://www.dskmusic.com/dsk-music-box/
Now let's do that story thing.
First of all, this track is based on a song from a 60s move called Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, wherein it was sung twice as a lullaby. I saw this movie several times as a kid, but the tragic beauty of this music was lost on me.
Years later (a few months ago), a music box playing this tune haunted my dreams and thoughts, and I had no idea what it was, or if I just made it up myself. Then, by mostly coincidence, I ended up in a situation where I wanted to sing something from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. I quickly grasped at this song, since I could partially remember it for some reason. Afterwords, I realized that it was the tune I'd been thinking of and set about properly listening to and appreciating it now that I could enjoy it musically.
Scouring the internet turned up a few good covers, but no music box version. And I really wanted a music box version. So naturally, I decided to make it myself. This set me off on another quest, in search of the best free music box sample I could find. I tried many of them (and may feature a set of them in an upcoming EP), but in the end DSK Music Box was by far the best.
This track is not normalized or compressed, because I wanted the clicky abnormalities and inconsistency of a music box here. This recording is pure DSK MusicBox output. Enjoy this amazing piece of music, arranged for music box, which feels very tragic, but kind of accepting and fatalistic.