This song is a version of Kalėdų rytų rožė inžydo (A Rose Bloomed on Christmas Morning).

This seems to be a very old song about the cycle of the seasons with old symbolism.

Notes

*""Kalėda doesn't have any particular meaning, except that it derives from the word 'Kalėdos' which means Christmas or Christmas gifts." -GeSpintoje/YouTube

**The Pentecost is also called Whit Sunday. It takes place in the Spring. It's the 7th Sunday after Easter and it commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon Christ's disciples.

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If anyone can share more about the origin and symbolism of this song, please email me. -Mama Lisa

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