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This Spanish song for children is about the arrival of fall, and children learn it in many preschools in Latin America and Spain. It is sometimes recited as a rhyme instead of sung and, like many traditional songs, there are several versions.

All of the variations of the song include the colors brown and yellow, the leaves, and most versions include the wind. There are lots of ways to reinforce the words with actions. You can see one example in the videos below.

This first version of the song has just two lines:
Otoño llegó, marrón y amarillo.
Otoño llegó y hojas secas nos dejó.

This is another common version with two additional lines. In the video, you can see the actions that often accompany this Spanish song for children.

Otoño llegó, marrón y amarillo.
Otoño llegó y hojas secas nos dejó.
El viento en otoño sopla y soplará.
Y a mí con las hojas me gusta jugar.

 

In this video from Yo canto y bailo esta canción, you hear a slightly different version of the song. The words are on the screen, but I will  include them here so that you can compare if you are choosing the version you want to sing with your students or children.

Otoño llegó, marrón y amarillo.
Otoño llegó y hojas secas nos dejó.
El viento de otoño sopla, soplará
y con hojas secas nos deja jugar.
Otoño llegó, marrón y amarillo.
Otoño llegó y hojas secas nos dejó.

 

Finally, this is another version of the song. You can hear this version in the video below.

Otoño llegó marrón y amarillo.
Otoño llegó y hojas nos dejó.
El viento de otoño sopla soplará.
y a mi con las hojas me dejan jugar.
Me dejan jugar, me dejan jugar
El viento de otoño sopla soplará.

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