Spanish song

This Spanish song about spring is from Los pimpollos, an educational television program from Peru. There is an official YouTube channel where you can hear lots of other educational songs from Los pimpollos.

This song, La primavera, uses lots of spring vocabulary as it describes what happens in la primera estación. Each of the spring nouns is associated with a verb, so kids are learning to express complete ideas: se abre la flor, se ponen verdes las plantas, ilumina el sol, cantan los pajaritos.

The words to this song are on the video, but I have included them below with a translation.
There is a small misprint in the words on the screen. In the fifth line of the second verse, the screen shows porque en los días. It should be simply porque los días, without the word en – they sing it correctly and it is also what makes sense grammatically (los días is the subject of se llenan).

La primavera, / Spring,
llegó la primavera. / spring arrived.
Se alegra la tierra. / The Earth gets happy.
Se abre cada flor. / Every flower opens.
Se ponen verdes  / The plants and the fields turn green.
las plantas y los campos.
Temprano me levanto  / I get up early
porque ilumina el sol. / because the sun brightens (the day).

La primavera, / Spring,
que linda primavera. / what a pretty spring.
Los pajaritos cantan / The birds sing
esta felicidad, / this happiness
porque los días / because the days
en esta primavera / in this spring
se llenan de colores / are filled with colors
de alegría y paz. / of happiness and peace.

Primavera, primavera / Spring, spring
la primera estación. / the first season.
Eres linda, primavera. / You are pretty, spring.
Yo te veo en cada flor. / I see you in every flower.
Primavera, primavera / Spring, spring
la primera estación. / the first season.
Eres linda, primavera. / You are pretty, spring.
Yo te veo en cada flor. / I see you in every flower.

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