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From Cachibú de Cachivaca. Song of the clowns for children

From Cachibú de Cachivaca. Song of the clowns for children

The nursery rhymes are great educational tools for the little ones. They are fun, they encourage children to acquire rhythm, and they are also ideal to teach them and work memory in the process.

Nothing like a good song with a beat that prompts your baby to dance and sing. For example, this: from Cachibú de Cachivaca, a popular song of the clowns, and sung by Fofito, who have made many children of various generations dance. Do you know her?

I have an uncle named Mister Chi.

He is a poet from foot to nose.

It has a somewhat 'fantastic' poem.

That day and night he recites it without stopping.

From Cachibú to Cachibú from Cachivaca

the spinach is mashed.

The tie is put on the neck

and the shoes are put on the feet.

In this hand I have five fingers

and this other two and three.

(Bis)

My uncle one day prepared his poem

and to a contest without thinking it presented.

A judge said, this is 'fantastic'.

This poem is of the one who makes heal.

From Cachibú to Cachibú from Cachivaca,

the spinach is mashed.

The tie is put on the neck

and the shoes are put on the feet.

In this hand I have five fingers

and this other two and three.

(Bis)

Before long everyone found out

and his poem was cause for emotion.

From Iceland to China his poem sailed

and even in the tribes it was used tan-ton.

From Cachibú to Cachibú from Cachivaca

the spinach is mashed.

The tie is put on the neck

and the shoes are put on the feet.

In this hand I have five fingers

and in this other two and three (bis).

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