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    • La ara ña pequeñita From the CD Divirtámonos Aprendiendo con Hap Palmer
    • La ara ñ a peque ñ ita subi ó, subi ó, subi ó.
      • The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout.
    • Vino la lluvia y se la llev ó .
      • Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
    • Sali ó el sol y todo se sec ó
      • Out came the sun and dried up all the rain,
    • y la ara ñ a peque ñ ita subi ó , subi ó y subi ó .
      • and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again.
    • Trepando y trepando poco a poco, esa ara ñ ita no se rend í a. Segu í a subiendo y segu í a tratando, hasta que el sol sali ó brillando.
      • The spider kept on climbing, she didn’t give up. She kept on climbing until the shining sun came out.
    • Hay una ara ña en tu pie. ¡ Uuuu!
      • There is a spider in your foot.
    • Hay una ara ña en tu rodilla. ¡ Aaaa!
      • There is a spider in your knee.
    • Hay una ara ña en tu est ó mago. ¡Iiiii!
      • There is a spider in your stomach.
    • Hay una ara ña en tu espalda. ¡Uuuu!
      • There is a spider in your back.
    • Hay una ara ña en tu hombro. ¡Aaaa!
      • There is spider in your shoulder.
    • Hay una ara ña en tu cuello. ¡Iiii!
      • There is a spider in your neck.
    • Hay una ara ña en tu frente. ¡Uuuu!
      • There is a spider in your forehead.
    • Hay una ara ña en tu pelo.
      • There is a spider in your hair.
    • Ahora viene la lluvia y se la lleva. ¡Aaaaa!
      • Now ame the rain…and takes it.
    • La ara ñ a peque ñ ita subi ó, subi ó, subi ó.
      • The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout.
    • Vino la lluvia y se la llev ó .
      • Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
    • Sali ó el sol y todo se sec ó
      • Out came the sun and dried up all the rain,
    • y la ara ñ a peque ñ ita subi ó , subi ó y subi ó .
      • and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again.
    • Trepando y trepando poco a poco, esa ara ñ ita no se rend í a. Segu í a subiendo y segu í a tratando, hasta que el sol sali ó brillando.
      • The spider kept on climbing, she didn’t give up. She kept on climbing until the shining sun came out.