TODDLER James Sinicki and baby brother Aaron would love to get a good night's sleep.
The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round may be a favourite lullaby for some youngsters.
But, for these two, buses are giving them the bye, bye blues.
Their sleep - and that of exhausted parents Ian and Bubpha and neighbours living in Watercroft, Almondbury - is disturbed every morning by the constant revving of First Bus engines.
The problem has got so bad that signs have been put up at the bus turning circle, telling drivers to switch off their engines.
But they are said to be failing to take the hint.
Ian said: "This has been going on for over a year. It's got beyond a joke now.
"The drivers sit there from 5.15am every morning for about quarter of an hour, reading the paper and revving the bus engine. Ironically, some of them even put their head on the wheel and take a nap.
"It's not just the noise pollution but the environmental pollution.
"It must be costing the company a fortune in wasted fuel."
Residents have been in contact with the bus company and Kirklees Council's environmental health department.
They turned to ward councillor Clr Linda Wilkinson three months ago asking for help.
The council asked residents to keep a noise pollution diary. The residents say Kirklees has been helpful, but all to no avail.
Clr Wilkinson said: "The sign has been fixed for around a week, but the drivers are refusing to take any notice."
Nigel Winter, First Bus commercial director, said he knew of recent complaints regarding noise, but nothing over the long term.
He said drivers had been told to switch off their engines during the early-morning stopovers and he would take further steps to make sure they did.