Spanish Lullaby

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Come Let's Sing a Little Lullaby (A La Nanita Nana), is a traditional Spanish lullaby, often sung at a Christmas carol as a lullaby to the Baby Jesus
An illustration for the story Spanish Lullaby by the author Anonymous
Adriaen van Ostade, Father giving broth to baby, 1650s
An illustration for the story Spanish Lullaby by the author Anonymous
Adriaen van Ostade, Father giving broth to baby, 1650s
An illustration for the story Spanish Lullaby by the author Anonymous
Come, let’s sing a little lullaby,
Come, let’s sing a little
My baby girl is sleepy,
Blessed be, blessed be

Little spring running
Clear and loud
Nightingale that in the forest
Sings and weeps
Hush, while the cradle rocks

Come, let’s sing a little lullaby
Come, let’s sing a little

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