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Doña María I beg you. Chilean Christmas Carol

Doña María I beg you. Chilean Christmas Carol


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Here you have a beautiful Christmas carol of Chilean origin: 'Doña María, I beg you'. It is a song composed by the famous Chilean singer-songwriter Violeta Parra.

The lyrics of this Christmas carol, famous for the interpretation of the singer Víctor Jara, speak of a shepherd who begs the Virgin Mary to see the baby Jesus. Here you have the complete lyrics so you can sing it with your children at Christmas.

Doña María I beg you

in the name of fortune

let me see your child

that they are going to give me one.

Doña María leruego,

in the name of fortune.

Doña María I came

to see the little boy'e God.

You give me license

that they will give me both.

Doña María I came

to see the little boy'e God.

Ask him ladybug

to her husband Don José

let the little boy look

they are going to give me three.

Ask him ladybug

To her husband Don José.

Take into account Ladybug

I almost used my shoes

to see your Manuelito

it will give me four.

Take into account Ladybug

I almost used the shoes.

From Ñuble I came lady

from the fields of Niblinto

for greeting your child

before they give me five.

From Ñuble I came lady

from the fields of Niblinto.

Mrs. Doña María,

ray of clear light,

live for many years

with her little boy Jesus.

Mrs. Doña María,

ray of clear light.

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