The Muse rocker - whose girlfriend Kate Hudson is expecting their first child - is making plans to record a new LP with his band and is hopeful some of the tracks they compose will be suitable listening for his impending new arrival.
He said: "Yeah, I`m definitely going to bring out the Vibraphone, maybe write a lullaby, things like that. I`ll definitely get a lullaby on there."
The British musician paid tribute to Kate, 31, when accepting his group`s Grammy for Best Rock Album for `The Resistance`, describing her as his "beautiful, pregnant girlfriend" as he thanked her for her support.
The `Uprising` hitmaker later admitted he never expected to win the award.
He told MTV News: "I never expected to win something like this in America. It`s probably the biggest, most important music award in the world, and it`s a great honour. Especially since it`s an award for the album we made. We`ve won quite a lot of awards for our live show, but we`ve never quite won an award for the actual album, so it`s amazing."
Kate - who already has a seven-year-old son Ryder from her marriage to Black Crowes star Chris Robinson - recently admitted she has no plans to tie the knot with Matt, who she has been dating for around 10 months.
She said: "I don`t feel it`s necessary to get married.
"I am 31, I already have one child, and have had one divorce, so it is not necessarily the golden ticket. I just want to be happy."