The young pilgrims

Spanish

Los pelegrinitos

{Hacia Roma caminan
dos pelegrinos }x2
a que los case el Papa, mamita,
porque son primos, niña bonita,
porque son primos, niña.

{Sombrerito de hule
lleva el mozuelo } x2
y la peregrinita, mamita,
de terciopelo, niña bonita,
de terciopelo, niña.

{Al pasar por el puente
de la Victoria }x2 ,
tropezó la madrina, mamita,
cayó la novia, niña bonita,
cayó la novia, niña.

Han llegado a Palacio,
suben arriba }x2 ,
y en la sala del Papa, mamita,
los desaniman, niña bonita,
los desaniman, niña.

{Les ha preguntado el Papa
cómo se llaman }x2
El le dice que Pedro, mamita,
y ella que Ana, niña bonita,
y ella que Ana, niña.

{Les ha preguntado el Papa
que qué edad tienen }x2 ,.
Ella dice que quince, mamita,
y él diecisiete, niña bonita,
y él diecisiete, niña.

{Les ha preguntado el Papa
de dónde eran }x2
Ella dice de Cabra, mamita,
y él de Antequera, niña bonita,
y él de Antequera, niña.

{Le ha preguntado el Papa
que si han pecado }x2
El le dice que un beso, mamita,
que le había dado, niña bonita,
que le había dado, niña.

{Y la peregrinita,
que es vergonzosa }x2 ,
se le ha puesto la cara, mamita,
como una rosa, niña bonita,
como una rosa, niña.

{Y ha respondido el Papa
desde su cuarto: )x2
¡Quién fuera pelegrino, mamita,
para otro tanto! niña bonita,
para otro tanto! niña

{Las campanas de Roma
ya repicaron }x2
porque los pelegrinos, mamita,
ya se casaron, niña bonita,
ya se casaron, niña.

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English

The young pilgrims

To Rome they’re walking
two pilgrims,
for the Pope to wed them, mamma
‘cause they’re cousins, pretty baby,
‘cause they’re cousins, baby

A little felt hat
he’s wearing the lad
and the pilgrim girl, mamma
a velvet one, pretty baby,
a velvet one, baby

When they were crossing
the bridge of Victory,
the bridesmaid stumbled, mamma
the bride fall down, pretty baby,
the bride fall down, baby

They arrived in the Palace,
walked upstairs,
and in the Pope's hall, mamma,
they were brought down, pretty baby,
they were brought down, baby

The Pope asked them
what are their names,
he says it’s Pedro, mamma,
and she says it’s Ana, pretty baby,
and she says it’s Ana, baby

The Pope asked them
what is their age,
she says it's fifteen, mamma,
and he seventeen, pretty baby,
and he seventeen, baby/

The Pope asks them
where do they come from,
she says from Cabra, mamma,
and he from Antequera, pretty baby,
and he from Antequera, baby

The Pope asks them
whether they have sinned,
he says just one kiss, mamma,
that he had given her, pretty baby,
that he had given her, baby

And the pilgrim girl
who is shy
her face has turned, mamma,
into a rose, pretty baby,
into a rose, baby

And the Pope responded
from his quarters:
I wish I was pilgrim, mamma,
to do the same! pretty baby,
to do the same! baby

The bells of Rome
are pealing now
because the pilgrims, mamma,
are married now, pretty baby,
are married now, baby.

Submitted by evfokas on Tue, 20/03/2012 - 17:02
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