La Rana

October 15, 2008 at 4:16 pm Leave a comment

Cucú” is the sound of a frog. This song describes what a little frog sees from a pond. Additional verses may be added at any time to describe what is happening in the room in which the children are singing.

Spanish English

Cucú, cucú cantaba la rana

Cucú, cucú sang the frog

Cucú, cucú debajo del agua,

Cucú, cucú under the water

Cucú, cucú pasó un caballero

Cucú, cucú a man walked by

Cucú, cucú con capa y sombrero

Cucú, cucú with coat and hat

Cucú, cucú paso una señora

Cucú, cucú a woman walked by

Cucú, cucú con traje de cola,

Cucú, cucú with a long dress

Cucú, cucú pasó un marinero,

Cucú, cucú a sailor walked by

Cucú, cucú vendiendo romero,

Cucú, cucú selling rosemary

Cucú, cucú le pidió un ramito,

Cucú, cucú the little frog asks for a sprig

Cucú, cucú no le quiso dar,

Cucú, cucú but he doesn’t give her any

Cucú, cucú y se echó a llorar.

Cucú, cucú so she starts to cryú

TRADITIONAL SONGS, RHYMES, FINGERPLAYS, AND GAMES IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH

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