Sabrina wrote to me looking for help with a Spanish lullaby, possibly from the Dominican Republic…
I don’t know if you can help me out. My name is Sabrina, I am 29 years old and I was married to a Dominican man who unfortunately passed away of cancer last year. I am originally from Germany, so my Spanish is rather horrible, also I always wanted to learn this beautiful language…
I remember my husband singing a Spanish lullaby or children’s song for me from time to time. If I remember right, this song was about a bug/beetle who lost a leg or a wing. Searching for the lyrics and melody of this song through the internet I found your homepage. Can you help me to find this song? I am grateful for every hint or tip.
Thanks so much, SABRINA.
If anyone can help with the lyrics to this lullaby, and/or and English translation, and/or the tune, please let us know in the comments below…
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