Children’s song, Spain.
Although there are multiple versions surrounding the origin of this Spanish children’s song, the most popular of them says that it was composed in the mid-twentieth century by the Biscayan composer Carmelo Bernaola.
This song was part of a play of the same name. Due to its catchy melody, little by little it began to be part of popular culture.
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- Karaoke Video with Lyrics
- Free karaoke MP3 download
- MP4 Video File : Free Download
- Sheet music with chords
- Free Printable PDF with Sheet music and Lyrics
Karaoke Video with Lyrics
El cocherito leré
Me dijo anoche leré
Que si quería leré
Montar en coche leré
Y yo le dije leré
Con gran salero leré
No quiero coche leré
Que me mareo leré.
El nombre de María
Que cinco letras tiene
La M, la A, la R
La I, la A: MARÍA
Other 5-letter names to spell: Lucia/David/Laura/Pablo
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