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Here Are Some Childrens Songs In Tagalog...



Ang lobo ko  Philippines
Ang Munting Bituin  Philippines
Bahay Kubo  Philippines
Nipa Hut   MP3 Midi
Ikot  Philippines
Isa, Dalawa, Tatlo  Philippines
One, Two, Three (Children's Chant) MP3
One, Two, Three (Lizards) (Nursery Rhyme)
Leron Leron Sinta  Philippines
Leron, Leron, My Love (Folk Song)  Midi  
Magtanim ay 'di biro  Philippines
Maligayang Pasko  Philippines
Merry Christmas (A Carol)
Maliliit na gagamba  Philippines
Mga Palaka  Philippines
Pen Pen de Sarapen  Philippines
Pen Pen from Sarapen (Counting-out Rhyme)  
Sampung mga daliri  Philippines
Yo! Yo! Butterfly (Folk Song)  
Tatlo Bibe  Philippines
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  • Christina wrote asking for help with an Italian (Calabrese) rhyme.  Here’s her email… Hi Lisa, This rhyme has been recited to small children in our family at least since the early 20th century. My paternal grandfather’s parents came to the U.S. in 1913 from Falerna, Catanzaro. They left two children there and subsequently had four […] Read more »
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