A MI BURRO

My donkey is sick! In this beloved Spanish folksong, the doctor treats the donkey’s different ailments from head to toe until the donkey is finally healthy. The song teaches Spanish words for parts of the body as well as how to say that something hurts. This country music version of the song is a lively new take on the Spanish classic, performed by Ileana Pérez on Whistlefritz’s CD CARNAVAL — Spanish Learning Songs.

Song “A MI BURRO” from the Whistlefritz CD CARNAVAL.

A MI BURRO
©2019 Whistlefritz LLC
Letra tradicional.  Arreglo original de Didier Prossaird
Todos los derechos reservados

A MI BURRO, A MI BURRO
LE DUELE LA CABEZA
Y EL MÉDICO LE HA DADO
UNA GORRITA GRUESA
UNA GORRITA GRUESA
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ

A MI BURRO, A MI BURRO
LE DUELEN LAS OREJAS
Y EL MÉDICO LE HA DADO
JARABE DE FRAMBUESA
JARABE DE FRAMBUESA
UNA GORRITA GRUESA
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ

A MI BURRO, A MI BURRO
LE DUELE LA GARGANTA
Y EL MÉDICO LE HA DADO
UNA BUFANDA BLANCA
UNA BUFANDA BLANCA
JARABE DE FRAMBUESA
UNA GORRITA GRUESA
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ

A MI BURRO, A MI BURRO
LE DUELE EL CORAZÓN
Y EL MÉDICO LE HA DADO
GOTITAS DE LIMÓN
GOTITAS DE LIMÓN
UNA BUFANDA BLANCA
JARABE DE FRAMBUESA
UNA GORRITA GRUESA
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ

A MI BURRO, A MI BURRO
LE DUELEN LAS RODILLAS
Y EL MÉDICO LE HA DADO
UN FRASCO DE PASTILLAS
UN FRASCO DE PASTILLAS
GOTITAS DE LIMÓN
UNA BUFANDA BLANCA
JARABE DE FRAMBUESA
UNA GORRITA GRUESA
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ
MI BURRO ENFERMO ESTÁ

A MI BURRO, A MI BURRO
YA NO LE DUELE NADA
EL MÉDICO LE HA DADO
UNA MANZANA ASADA
UNA MANZANA ASADA
UN FRASCO DE PASTILLAS
GOTITAS DE LIMÓN
UNA BUFANDA BLANCA
JARABE DE FRAMBUESA
UNA GORRITA GRUESA

MI BURRO SANO ESTÁ
MI BURRO SANO ESTÁ
MI BURRO SANO ESTÁ
MI BURRO SANO ESTÁ

My Donkey
©2019 Whistlefritz LLC
Traditional lyrics. Original arrangement by Didier Prossaird
All rights reserved

MY DONKEY, MY DONKEY
HAS A HEADACHE
AND THE DOCTOR GAVE HIM
A LITTLE GRAY HAT
A LITTLE GRAY HAT
MY DONKEY IS SICK
MY DONKEY IS SICK

MY DONKEY, MY DONKEY
HIS EARS ACHE
AND THE DOCTOR GAVE HIM
RASPBERRY SYRUP
RASPBERRY SYRUP
A LITTLE GRAY HAT
MY DONKEY IS SICK
MY DONKEY IS SICK

MY DONKEY, MY DONKEY
HAS A SORE THROAT
AND THE DOCTOR GAVE HIM
A WHITE SCARF
A WHITE SCARF
RASPBERRY SYRUP
A LITTLE GRAY HAT
MY DONKEY IS SICK
MY DONKEY IS SICK

MY DONKEY, MY DONKEY
HAS A HEARTACHE
AND THE DOCTOR GAVE HIM
LEMON DROPS
LEMON DROPS
A WHITE SCARF
RASPBERRY SYRUP
A LITTLE GRAY HAT
MY DONKEY IS SICK
MY DONKEY IS SICK

MY DONKEY, MY DONKEY
HIS KNEES HURT
AND THE DOCTOR GAVE HIM
A BOTTLE OF PILLS
A BOTTLE OF PILLS
LEMON DROPS
A WHITE SCARF
RASPBERRY SYRUP
A LITTLE GRAY HAT
MY DONKEY IS SICK
MY DONKEY IS SICK

MY DONKEY, MY DONKEY
NOW NOTHING HURTS
THE DOCTOR GAVE HIM
A ROASTED APPLE
A ROASTED APPLE
A BOTTLE OF PILLS
LEMON DROPS
A WHITE SCARF
RASPBERRY SYRUP
A LITTLE GRAY HAT

MY DONKEY IS HEALTHY
MY DONKEY IS HEALTHY
MY DONKEY IS HEALTHY
MY DONKEY IS HEALTHY

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CAMINEMOS EN EL BOSQUE

Here comes the wolf! In this song and game, kids are going for a walk in the woods, but they have to be careful. If The Wolf is in the woods, he’ll eat them. So, kids cautiously take turns asking The Wolf what he’s doing to make sure they’ll be safe.   As long as the The Wolf is putting on a piece of clothing, they’re safe. But when The Wolf is done, it’s time to run! Children thrill with anticipation after each question as they wonder if they can stay or have to scamper away.   This fun, participatory song teaches children the Spanish words for different items of clothing. The song, performed by Jorge Anaya, is from Whistlefritz’s CD ¡SABOR!

CAMINEMOS EN EL BOSQUE
©2011 Whistlefritz LLC
Letra tradicional. Arreglo y música originales   
Todos los derechos reservados

CAMINEMOS EN EL BOSQUE 
MIENTRAS EL LOBO NO ESTÁ 
SI EL LOBO ESTÁ 
ÉL TE VA A COMER 
PERO SI NO ESTÁ 
NO TE VA A COMER 

¿LOBO? . . . ¿ME ESCUCHAS? . . .  ¿QUÉ HACES? 
YO ME PONGO LOS CALCETINES 

CAMINEMOS EN EL BOSQUE 
MIENTRAS EL LOBO NO ESTÁ 
SI EL LOBO ESTÁ 
ÉL TE VA A COMER 
PERO SI NO ESTÁ 
NO TE VA A COMER 

¿LOBO? . . . ¿ME ESCUCHAS? . . .  ¿QUÉ HACES? 
YO ME PONGO LOS PANTALONES 

CAMINEMOS EN EL BOSQUE 
MIENTRAS EL LOBO NO ESTÁ 
SI EL LOBO ESTÁ 
ÉL TE VA A COMER 
PERO SI NO ESTÁ 
NO TE VA A COMER 

¿LOBO? . . . ¿ME ESCUCHAS? . . .  ¿QUÉ HACES? 
YO ME PONGO LA CAMISA 

 
CAMINEMOS EN EL BOSQUE 
MIENTRAS EL LOBO NO ESTÁ 
SI EL LOBO ESTÁ 
ÉL TE VA A COMER 
PERO SI NO ESTÁ 
NO TE VA A COMER 

¿LOBO? . . . ¿ME ESCUCHAS? . . .  ¿QUÉ HACES? 
YO ME PONGO LOS ZAPATOS 

CAMINEMOS EN EL BOSQUE 
MIENTRAS EL LOBO NO ESTÁ 
SI EL LOBO ESTÁ 
ÉL TE VA A COMER 
PERO SI NO ESTÁ 
NO TE VA A COMER 

¿LOBO? . . . ¿ME ESCUCHAS? . . .  ¿QUÉ HACES? 
YO ME PONGO EL SOMBRERO 

CAMINEMOS EN EL BOSQUE 
MIENTRAS EL LOBO NO ESTÁ 
SI EL LOBO ESTÁ 
ÉL TE VA A COMER 
PERO SI NO ESTÁ 
NO TE VA A COMER 

¿LOBO? . . . ¿ME ESCUCHAS? . . .  ¿QUÉ HACES? 
¡AQUÍ ESTOY! 

Let’s Walk Through the Woods
©2011 Whistlefritz LLC
Traditional song 
Original arrangement and music by Didier Prossaird
All rights reserved

LET’S WALK IN THE WOODS
WHILE THE WOLF ISN’T THERE
IF THE WOLF IS THERE

IT’S GOING TO EAT US
BUT IF IT’S NOT THERE
IT’S NOT GOING TO EAT US

WOLF? . . . DO YOU HEAR ME? . . .  WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
I’M PUTTING ON MY SOCKS. 

LET’S WALK IN THE WOODS
WHILE THE WOLF ISN’T THERE
IF THE WOLF IS THERE

IT’S GOING TO EAT US
BUT IF IT’S NOT THERE
IT’S NOT GOING TO EAT US

WOLF? . . . DO YOU HEAR ME? . . .  WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
I’M PUTTING ON MY PANTS. 

LET’S WALK IN THE WOODS
WHILE THE WOLF ISN’T THERE
IF THE WOLF IS THERE

IT’S GOING TO EAT US
BUT IF IT’S NOT THERE
IT’S NOT GOING TO EAT US

WOLF? . . . DO YOU HEAR ME? . . .  WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
I’M PUTTING ON MY SHIRT.

LET’S WALK IN THE WOODS
WHILE THE WOLF ISN’T THERE
IF THE WOLF IS THERE

IT’S GOING TO EAT US
BUT IF IT’S NOT THERE
IT’S NOT GOING TO EAT US

WOLF? . . . DO YOU HEAR ME? . . .  WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
I’M PUTTING ON MY SHOES.

LET’S WALK IN THE WOODS
WHILE THE WOLF ISN’T THERE
IF THE WOLF IS THERE

IT’S GOING TO EAT US
BUT IF IT’S NOT THERE
IT’S NOT GOING TO EAT US

WOLF? . . . DO YOU HEAR ME? . . .  WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
I’M PUTTING ON MY HAT.

LET’S WALK IN THE WOODS
WHILE THE WOLF ISN’T THERE
IF THE WOLF IS THERE

IT’S GOING TO EAT US
BUT IF IT’S NOT THERE
IT’S NOT GOING TO EAT US

WOLF? . . . DO YOU HEAR ME? . . .  WHAT ARE YOU DOING?
HERE I AM!

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LA CUCARACHA

This well-known traditional Spanish song is beloved throughout the world. Like traditional songs in many languages, many of the older lyrics of the song are not suitable for children.   Consequently, we keep the song’s familiar refrain, but create lyrics that are kid-friendly and educational. Composed and performed by Jorge Anaya, this version of the traditional favorite teaches about items of clothing and places.   The song is from Whistlefritz’s CD CHA, CHA, CHA — Spanish Learning Songs.

Song “LA CUCARACHA” from the Whistlefritz CD CHA, CHA, CHA.

LA CUCARACHA
©2010 Whistlefritz LLC
Todos los derechos reservados
Música tradicional y letra original
Arreglo de Jorge Anaya

LA CUCARACHA, LA CUCARACHA 
YA NO PUEDE CAMINAR 
PORQUE NO TIENE, PORQUE LE FALTAN 
LAS DOS PATITAS DE ATRÁS 

LA CUCARACHA, LA CUCARACHA 
YA NO PUEDE CAMINAR 
PORQUE NO TIENE, PORQUE LE FALTAN 
LAS DOS PATITAS DE ATRÁS 
 
CUANDO LA PERICA QUIERE 
QUE EL PERICO VAYA AL CINE 
SE LEVANTA MUY TEMPRANO 
Y LE COMPRA CALCETINES 

CUANDO LA PERICA QUIERE 
QUE EL PERICO VAYA AL CINE 
SE LEVANTA MUY TEMPRANO 
Y LE COMPRA CALCETINES 

LA CUCARACHA, LA CUCARACHA 
YA NO PUEDE CAMINAR 
PORQUE NO TIENE, PORQUE LE FALTAN 
LAS DOS PATITAS DE ATRÁS 

CUANDO EL PERICO QUIERE 
QUE LA PERICA VAYA AL TEATRO 
SE LEVANTA MUY TEMPRANO 
Y LE COMPRA LOS ZAPATOS 

CUANDO EL PERICO QUIERE 
QUE LA PERICA VAYA AL TEATRO 
SE LEVANTA MUY TEMPRANO 
Y LE COMPRA LOS ZAPATOS 

LA CUCARACHA, LA CUCARACHA 
YA NO PUEDE CAMINAR 
PORQUE NO TIENE, PORQUE LE FALTAN 
LAS DOS PATITAS DE ATRÁS 
 
LA CUCARACHA, LA CUCARACHA 
YA NO PUEDE CAMINAR 
PORQUE NO TIENE, PORQUE LE FALTAN 
LAS DOS PATITAS DE ATRÁS 
 
CUANDO LA PERICA QUIERE 
QUE EL PERICA VAYA AL PUEBLO 
SE LEVANTA MUY TEMPRANO 
Y LE COMPRA SU PAÑUELO 

CUANDO LA PERICA QUIERE 
QUE EL PERICA VAYA AL PUEBLO 
SE LEVANTA MUY TEMPRANO 
Y LE COMPRA SU PAÑUELO 

LA CUCARACHA, LA CUCARACHA 
YA NO PUEDE CAMINAR 
PORQUE NO TIENE, PORQUE LE FALTAN 
LAS DOS PATITAS DE ATRÁS 

LA CUCARACHA, LA CUCARACHA 
YA NO PUEDE CAMINAR 
PORQUE NO TIENE, PORQUE LE FALTAN 
LAS DOS PATITAS DE ATRÁS 
 
CUANDO EL PERICO QUIERE 
QUE LA PERICA VAYA A UN VIAJE 
SE LEVANTA MUY TEMPRANO 
Y LE COMPRA UN BUEN TRAJE 
 
CUANDO EL PERICO QUIERE 
QUE LA PERICA VAYA A UN VIAJE 
SE LEVANTA MUY TEMPRANO 
Y LE COMPRA UN BUEN TRAJE 

LA CUCARACHA, LA CUCARACHA 
YA NO PUEDE CAMINAR 
PORQUE NO TIENE, PORQUE LE FALTAN 
LAS DOS PATITAS DE ATRÁS 

LA CUCARACHA, LA CUCARACHA 
YA NO PUEDE CAMINAR 
PORQUE NO TIENE, PORQUE LE FALTAN 
LAS DOS PATITAS DE ATRÁS 

LA CUCARACHA
©2010 Whistlefritz LLC
All rights reserved
Traditional music and original lyrics
Arranged by Jorge Anaya

THE COCKROACH, THE COCKROACH
CAN’T WALK ANYMORE
BECAUSE HE DOESN’T HAVE, BECAUSE HE’S MISSING
HIS TWO BACK LEGS

THE COCKROACH, THE COCKROACH
CAN’T WALK ANYMORE
BECAUSE HE DOESN’T HAVE, BECAUSE HE’S MISSING
HIS TWO BACK LEGS

WHEN THE FEMALE PARAKEET WANTS
THE MALE PARAKEET TO GO TO THE MOVIES
SHE GETS UP VERY EARLY
AND BUYS HIM SOCKS 

WHEN THE FEMALE PARAKEET WANTS
THE MALE PARAKEET TO GO TO THE MOVIES
SHE GETS UP VERY EARLY
AND BUYS HIM SOCKS

THE COCKROACH, THE COCKROACH
CAN’T WALK ANYMORE
BECAUSE HE DOESN’T HAVE, BECAUSE HE’S MISSING
HIS TWO BACK LEGS

WHEN THE MALE PARAKEET WANTS
THE FEMALE PARAKEET TO GO TO THE THEATER
HE GETS UP VERY EARLY
AND BUYS HER SHOES

WHEN THE MALE PARAKEET WANTS
THE FEMALE PARAKEET TO GO TO THE THEATER
HE GETS UP VERY EARLY
AND BUYS HER SHOES

THE COCKROACH, THE COCKROACH
CAN’T WALK ANYMORE
BECAUSE HE DOESN’T HAVE, BECAUSE HE’S MISSING
HIS TWO BACK LEGS

THE COCKROACH, THE COCKROACH
CAN’T WALK ANYMORE
BECAUSE HE DOESN’T HAVE, BECAUSE HE’S MISSING
HIS TWO BACK LEGS

WHEN THE FEMALE PARAKEET WANTS
THE MALE PARAKEET TO GO TO THE VILLAGE
SHE GETS UP VERY EARLY
AND BUYS HIS HANDKERCHIEF

WHEN THE FEMALE PARAKEET WANTS
THE MALE PARAKEET TO GO TO THE VILLAGE
SHE GETS UP VERY EARLY
AND BUYS HIS HANDKERCHIEF 

THE COCKROACH, THE COCKROACH
CAN’T WALK ANYMORE
BECAUSE HE DOESN’T HAVE, BECAUSE HE’S MISSING
HIS TWO BACK LEGS

THE COCKROACH, THE COCKROACH
CAN’T WALK ANYMORE
BECAUSE HE DOESN’T HAVE, BECAUSE HE’S MISSING
HIS TWO BACK LEGS

WHEN THE MALE PARAKEET WANTS
THE FEMALE PARAKEET TO GO ON A TRIP
HE GETS UP VERY EARLY
AND BUYS HER A NICE OUTFIT 

WHEN THE MALE PARAKEET WANTS
THE FEMALE PARAKEET TO GO ON A TRIP
HE GETS UP VERY EARLY
AND BUYS HER A NICE OUTFIT

THE COCKROACH, THE COCKROACH
CAN’T WALK ANYMORE
BECAUSE HE DOESN’T HAVE, BECAUSE HE’S MISSING
HIS TWO BACK LEGS

THE COCKROACH, THE COCKROACH
CAN’T WALK ANYMORE
BECAUSE HE DOESN’T HAVE, BECAUSE HE’S MISSING
HIS TWO BACK LEGS

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LAS ESTACIONES

¡Invierno, primavera, verano y otoño!  Winter, spring, summer, and fall!  Put on your gloves, raincoat, shorts, and sweater and get ready to play!  This high-energy Spanish song about the seasons will teach kids the Spanish words for clothing and the seasons.  Playful imagery of kids throwing snowballs, sledding, splashing in puddles, swimming, jumping in leaves, and going on a hayride makes learning about the seasons a ton of fun!  The video clip appears in Whistlefritz’s language immersion video Spanish for Kids:  LAS ESTACIONES.  The song, performed by Jorge Anaya, is “LAS ESTACIONES” from Whistlefritz’s CD CHA, CHA, CHA.

Song “LAS ESTACIONES” from the Whistlefritz CD CHA, CHA, CHA.
Video from the Whistlefritz video LAS ESTACIONES.

LAS ESTACIONES
(The Seasons)
©2010 Jorge Anaya and Heidi Stock
Todos los derechos reservados

LAS ESTACIONES DEL AÑO 
LAS ESTACIONES DEL AÑO 
INVIERNO, PRIMAVERA, VERANO Y OTOÑO 
 
EN INVIERNO HACE FRÍO 
ME PONGO UN ABRIGO 
ME PONGO UN GORRO 
ME PONGO UNOS GUANTES 
Y SALGO A JUGAR 

INVIERNO, PRIMAVERA, VERANO Y OTOÑO 

EN PRIMAVERA HAY FLORES Y LLUVIA 
ME PONGO UN  IMPERMEABLE 
ME PONGO UN SOMBRERO 
ME PONGO UNAS BOTAS 
Y SALGO A JUGAR  

INVIERNO, PRIMAVERA, VERANO Y OTOÑO 
 
EN VERANO HACE CALOR 
ME PONGO UNA GORRA 
ME PONGO UNA CAMISETA 
ME PONGO UNOS ZAPATOS 
Y SALGO A JUGAR 

INVIERNO, PRIMAVERA, VERANO Y OTOÑO 

EN OTOÑO CAEN LAS HOJAS 
ME PONGO UNA CAMISA 
ME PONGO UN PANTALÓN 
ME PONGO UNA CHAQUETA 
Y SALGO A JUGAR 
 
A JUGAR 
A JUGAR 
POR TODO EL AÑO A JUGAR 

INVIERNO, PRIMAVERA, VERANO Y OTOÑO 
INVIERNO, PRIMAVERA, VERANO Y OTOÑO 
LAS ESTACIONES DEL AÑO 

The Seasons
©2010 Jorge Anaya and Heidi Stock
All rights reserved

THE SEASONS OF THE YEAR
THE SEASONS OF THE YEAR
WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, AND FALL

IN WINTER, IT’S COLD
I PUT ON A COAT
I PUT ON A WOOL HAT
I PUT ON SOME GLOVES
AND GO OUT TO PLAY

WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, AND FALL

IN SPRING, THERE ARE FLOWERS AND RAIN
I PUT ON A RAINCOAT
I PUT ON A HAT
I PUT ON SOME BOOTS
AND GO OUT TO PLAY

WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, AND FALL

IN SUMMER, IT’S HOT
I PUT ON A CAP
I PUT ON A T-SHIRT
I PUT ON SOME SHOES
AND GO OUT TO PLAY

WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, AND FALL

IN AUTUMN, THE LEAVES FALL
I PUT ON A SHIRT
I PUT ON PANTS
I PUT ON A JACKET
AND GO OUT TO PLAY

TO PLAY
TO PLAY
ALL YEAR TO PLAY

WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, AND FALL
WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, AND FALL
THE FOUR SEASONS OF THE YEAR!

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LAS ESTACIONES (Video Trailer)

¡Invierno, primavera, verano y otoño!  Winter, spring, summer, and fall!  Put on your gloves, raincoat, shorts, and sweater and get ready to play!  This high-energy Spanish song about the seasons will teach kids the Spanish words for clothing and the seasons.  Playful imagery of kids throwing snowballs, sledding, splashing in puddles, swimming, jumping in leaves, and going on a hayride makes learning about the seasons a ton of fun!  The video clip appears in Whistlefritz’s language immersion video Spanish for Kids:  LAS ESTACIONES.  The song, performed by Jorge Anaya, is “LAS ESTACIONES” from Whistlefritz’s CD CHA, CHA, CHA – Spanish Learning Songs.

Awards:  Winner of a NAPPA GOLD Award.  Winner of a Mom’s Choice Awards’ GOLD Award.  Distinguished by Dr. Toy as one of the 10 Best Audio-Visual programs of the Year and one of the Best Children’s Products of the Year.  Endorsed by KIDS FIRST! and the Coalition for Quality Children’s Media.  Winner of a Mr. Dad.com Seal of Approval.  Winner of a Dove Foundation Family-Approved Seal.  Recommended by the Parents’ Choice Foundation.

The song is “LAS ESTACIONES” from Whistlefritz’s CD CHA, CHA, CHA.
Video clip is the tailer to Whistlefritz’s language immersion video LAS ESTACIONES.

LAS ESTACIONES
(The Seasons)

©2010 Jorge Anaya and Heidi Stock.
All rights reserved.
Todos los derechos reservados.

Las estaciones del año
Las estaciones del año
Invierno, primavera, verano y otoño

 

En invierno hace frío
Me pongo un abrigo
Me pongo un gorro
Me pongo unos guantes
Y salgo a jugar

 

Invierno, primavera, verano y otoño

 

En primavera hay flores y lluvia
Me pongo un  impermeable
Me pongo un sombrero
Me pongo unas botas
Y salgo a jugar

 

Invierno, primavera, verano y otoño

 

En verano hace calor
Me pongo una gorra
Me pongo una camiseta
Me pongo unos zapatos
Y salgo a jugar

 

Invierno, primavera, verano y otoño

 

En otoño caen las hojas
Me pongo una camisa
Me pongo un pantalón
Me pongo una chaqueta
Y salgo a jugar

 

A jugar
A jugar
Por todo el año a jugar

 

Invierno, primavera, verano y otoño
Invierno, primavera, verano y otoño
Las estaciones del año

The seasons of the year
The seasons of the year
Winter, spring, summer, and fall

 

In winter, it’s cold
I put on a coat
I put on a wool hat
I put on some gloves
And go out to play

 

Winter, spring, summer, and fall

 

In spring, there are flowers and rain
I put on a raincoat
I put on a hat
I put on some boots
And go out to play

 

Winter, spring, summer, and fall

 

In summer, it’s hot
I put on a cap
I put on a T-shirt
I put on some shoes
And go out to play

 

Winter, spring, summer, and fall

 

In autumn, the leaves fall
I put on a shirt
I put on pants
I put on a jacket
And go out to play

 

To play
To play
All year to play

 

Winter, spring, summer, and fall
Winter, spring, summer, and fall
The four seasons of the year!

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