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Duerme negrito atahualpa yupanqui
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This page was last edited on 4 Octoberat Adblock Plus Click the AdBlock Plus button on the top right of hupanqui browser’s toolbar addons and click Disabled on whosampled. The lady promises that the child’s mother will bring him treats, such as quails and pork, if he falls asleep.
The song tells the story of a mother who leaves her child in the care of a friend or neighbor while she goes out to work hard in the fields for no pay. We’ve detected that your browser isn’t showing ads. It is sung by this lady to the little black child who has been left in her care. If ads still aren’t showing, look into tweaking your browser settings so that they start to show.
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His mother continues to work hard; as she works, she is coughing, and in mourning. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Duerme Negrito “Sleep, little black one” is a popular Latin American folkloric lullaby, originally from an area near the Venezuelan and Colombian border. The caregiver tells the boy, if he doesn’t fall asleep, yupnaqui white devil, meaning the slave driver, will come to eat his little feet. This lady tells the child to fall asleep, because his mother is working in the fields.