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The faith of the blind. Christmas song for children

The faith of the blind. Christmas song for children

The faith of the blind is a beautiful popular Christmas song about the path of the Virgin with the child to Nazareth.

A poem anonymous transmitted from generation to generation on the flight of the Virgin towards the lands of Egypt and that it is very appropriate to teach children in Christmas.

The Virgin is walking

with the child to Nazareth,

and in the middle of the road

the boy was thirsty.

Don't drink water, my life

do not drink water, my good,

that the rivers run down cloudy

and you can't drink.

Down there to the right

there is a rich orange tree;

orange that a blind man guards,

blind that the light does not see.

Blindgive me an orange

that this child brings thirst.

The lady came to the tree,

take the ones you need.

The Virgin took one,

the child took three,

and, when the Virgin,

the blind man began to see.

Who was that lady

what has done me so much good?

wife of San José;

she carries a little boy in her arms

and walk to Nazareth.

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