Gerard Ramos wrote asking for help with an Italian kids song from Sicily. Here’s his email:
I stumbled across your site searching for Italian children’s songs trying to find a song my great grandmother passed down through our family. She was born in Sicily and moved to New Orleans when she was young.
No one in my family knows what the song means and everyone seems to sing it a little differently. Guess that’s what happens over generations.
I have a baby on the way and would love to figure out the origin and translation.
Here’s an audio file of me singing it.
Let me know if any of it makes any sense or if it’s just noise!
If anyone can help Gerard with his song, please let us know in the comments below.
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