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Edewcate International Rhymes - I am the wind - Arabic Nursery rhyme

A new video in our series titled "Nursery rhymes from around the world". This rhyme brings out the best of Arabic music and sound.As always, we do not speak Arabic, so please do bear with us in case we have made any pronunciation or rendition mistakes. Any feedback would be positively appreciated. The translation is given below.I Am the WindKnock Knock Knock KnockKnock Knock Knock KnockMommy: Who is knocking at the door?The wind: Let me in, let me in, for I am the wind. I miss you beloved children, let me in.Brrr brrr Brrr brrr Mommy: That's the wind that's knocking at the doorIt brought the winter, it brought the cold.Don't you dare open the door!Knock Knock Knock KnockKnock Knock Knock KnockThe wind: Open the door beloved children.I come carrying raincoats and new clothes for you on my back.Children: Hurray, Hurray! What joy this brings us.Lets open up the door, Lets wear that red raincoat with the hat and new socks!
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