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La Cucharita se me perdió is a song that hit the charts in Colombia during the early 1980's. The song is in the style of the traditional "carranguera" music native to the rural lands of central Colombia, a folk music genre analogous to the "bluegrass" music that is indigenous to the U.S.The song's creator, Jorge Velosa es:Jorge Luis Velosa Ruiz (Spanish), is famous within the country for this and other songs that became popular among the Colombian people.
The song tells the story of a man who loses his beloved spoon and hopes his friend gives him a spoon that is the same.
Also by Cynthia Lee Katona
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