Jimmy Rodgers’ Waltz ?

Jimmy Rodgers’ Waltz ?

While watching to that video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OKOLNbwHoE ), I decided to get the dots from the tune beginning at 12:50 and to publish it here. But my english is not so fluent, and I have had some difficulties to understand Aly Bain annoucing the tunes, and particularly that first one which I understand is related to the late country singer Jimmy "The Singing Brakeman" Rodgers.

Do you think this tune, a waltz, has its place in the tune section, and if OK, does anybody have a title for it ? Without name, can I name it "Jimmy Rodgers’ Waltz" ?
Thanks beforehand.
And the dots :
X:1
T:Jimmy Rodgers’ Waltz
K:D
M:3/4
R:Waltz
O:Scotland
C:Jimmy Rodgers
S:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OKOLNbwHoE

S:A part 12:50, B part 13:42
FG | A2 B3 A | |G2 A2 G2 | (F2A,3 D) | F4 FG|
F2 E2 F2 |1,3 G2 F2 G2 | B4A2 | F4 :|2,4 G3F E2 | D6- | D4 :|
FG | A2f3 A| B2 g4 | Af- fg fd | A4 {B}cd |
c2 E3 F | G3 F G2 |1 {A}B4 A2 | F4 :|2,4 G3F E2 | D6- | D4 :|

Re: Jimmy Rodgers’ Waltz ?

"Didier" - I think Aly is saying the name of the tune is "Rocking The Baby To Sleep."

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Re: Jimmy Rodgers’ Waltz ?

"Babies"…plural.

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Re: Jimmy Rodgers’ Waltz ?

And Jimmy’s song is, of course, a derivative of ‘Rocking the Cradle’, which also transmuted into the cowboy song ‘Git Along Little Dogies’.