El Ratoncito

Album: Songs for the Playground (2008)
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  • This is a children's song which was written and recorded by the Argentinian folk singer Suni Paz. "El Ratoncito" is an Hispanic version of the tooth fairy, which is known in France as the little mouse. The Paz song is actually based on a song called "The Little Mouse", which in spite of its suggestive title is most definitely not a children's song! >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England
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