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Mexican lullaby

Main piece:  “Sana, sana, colita de rana, si no sana hoy, sanara manana”  Transliteration:  Heal, heal, tail of frog, yes no heal today, healthy tomorrow Full translation:  Heal, heal, tail of frog, if today it doesn’t heal, it will tomorrow Background: The one who provided this lullaby was my sister a while back when hurting… Continue Reading »

Anti-Lullaby to Children

“Nobody likes me, everybody hates me, guess I’ll eat some worms. Short fat skinny ones, itty-bitty little ones, guess I’ll eat some worms.” Context: The song was originally preformed by the mother of the collector when her child said that she was having difficulties making friends with children during elementary school. The collection is taken… Continue Reading »