‘Ande, ande, ande’

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

In the stable of Bethlehem’s star, sun and moon
the Virgin and St. Joseph and the Child in the crib

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

And if you want to buy bread whiter than the lily
in the stable in Bethlehem the Virgin is a baker

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

A shepherd eating soups spotted in the air
an angel told the Redeemer is born

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

Three Kings of the Orient come to worship the God Child
a star guided them to follow the path.

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

At this door we have
four in gang
if you want us to sit
takes four chairs

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

Take one for me
and a “pa” my companion
and those who come after
to sit on the floor

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

In the stable of Bethlehem
mice have entered
and the good of San Jose
pants have gnawed

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

In the stable of Bethlehem is a man doing porridge
with spoon in hand handing the girls

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

A star is lost and does not appear in the sky,
has gotten into the Portal and His face shines.

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

In the stable of Bethlehem shepherds do Moon
to heat the child that is born among the flowers.

Walk, walk, walk The Marimorena
Walk, ride it’s Christmas Eve

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