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"A la nanita nana" is a traditional Christmas time carol sung in honor of Baby Jesus, that has since become a lullaby in the hispanic world.[1]


Some sources indicate that the carol originated from Spain in the eighteenth century.[1] A notice from the legal heirs in 2008 mentions that the author and composer of the song is the Ecuadorian Segundo Cueva Celi,[2][3] from the city of Loja.[4]

Version The Cheetah Girls[edit]

In 2006 a short version of the song was recorded by the singers Raven-Symoné, Adrienne Bailon, Sabrina Bryan, Kiely Williams (The Cheetah Girls) accompanied by the Mexican singer Belinda for the album The Cheetah Girls 2,[5] soundtrack to the film of the same name, who's interpretation also appears in the film.[6]

In the Movie[edit]

After Marisol (Belinda) performed her song, the club played in the background the song they used to sing to Chanel (Adrienne Bailon) when she was young. Marisol and Chanel sing together with the other Cheetah Girls and capture the attention of everyone surrounding them.


Chart (2010) Posición
iTunes France Soundtracks Songs 36[7]
iTunes Spain Soundtracks Songs 20[8]
iTunes Italy Soundtracks Songs 86[9]

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Category:Spanish-language songs Category:Christmas carols Category:18th-century songs Category:Songs of 2006 Category:Songs by Belinda Category:Pop Songs Category:Songs by Raven-Symoné Category:Songs by The Cheetah Girls Category:Raven-Symoné Category:Lullabies

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