Children's Songs "La víbora de la mar" lyrics

La víbora de la mar

A la víbora, víborade la mar, de la marpor aquí pueden pasar.Los de adelante corren muchoy los de atrás se quedarántras, tras, tras, tras.

Una mexicana que fruta vendíaciruela, chabacano, melón o sandía.Verbena, verbena, jardín de matatena.Verbena, verbena, la virgen de la cueva.Campanita de oro déjame pasar,Con todos mis hijos menos el de atrásTras, tras, tras, tras.Será melón, será sandíaserá la vieja del otro díadía, día, día, día.

El puente está quebrado,que lo manden componerCon cáscaras de huevoy pedazos de oropelpel, pel, pel, pel.

The sea snake

To the snake, the snakeOf the sea, of the seaAll of you can pass through here,Those up front run quicklyThose at back are left behind'hind, 'hind, 'hind, 'hind.

One Mexican (woman), who sold fruitsPlums, apricots, cantaloupes or watermelonsVerbena, verbena, garden of jacksVerbena, verbena, the virgin of the caveLittle golden bell, let me passWith all my children, except the one that's lastLast, last, last, last.Will it be cantaloupe? Will it be watermelon?Will it be the old lady we saw the other day?Day, day, day, day.

The bridge is brokenSend someone to have it fixedWith broken bits of eggshellsAnd pieces of aluminum foilFoil, foil, foil, foil

Here one can find the English lyrics of the song La víbora de la mar by Children's Songs. Or La víbora de la mar poem lyrics. Children's Songs La víbora de la mar text in English. Also can be known by title La vibora de la mar (Childrens Songs) text. This page also contains a translation, and La vibora de la mar meaning.