watermelons bay

Junto a la bahía

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Junto a la bahía
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Junto a la bahía, donde crecen las sandías, nos preguntamos si las moscas llevan corbata o si los osos se peinan el pelo…

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Letra en inglés:

Down by the bay
Where the watermelons grow
Back to my home
I dare not go
For if I do
My mother will say
“Did you ever see a fly
Wearing a tie?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay
Where the watermelons grow
Back to my home
I dare not go
For if I do
My mother will say
“Did you ever see a bear
Combing his hair?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay
Where the watermelons grow
Back to my home
I dare not go
For if I do
My mother will say
“Did you ever see a moose
Kissing a goose?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay
Where the watermelons grow
Back to my home
I dare not go
For if I do
My mother will say
“Did you ever see a whale
With a polka dot tail?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay
Where the watermelons grow
Back to my home
I dare not go
For if I do
My mother will say
“Did you ever see a llama
Wearing pajamas?”
Down by the bay.

Down by the bay
Where the watermelons grow
Back to my home
I dare not go
For if I do
My mother will say
“Did you ever have a time
When you couldn’t make a rhyme?”
Down by the bay

 

Palabras que aprendemos:

bay (bahía), watermelons (sandías), fly (mosca), tie (corbata), bear (oso), moose (alce), kiss (beso), goose (ganso), whale (ballena), polka dot (a lunares), tail (cola), llama (llama, animal), pijamas (pijama), time (momento, ocasión), rhyme (rima)

 

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