Infantile songs with subliminal message messages

Protect the ignorance and felicity of los niños is one of the main objectives of family members, which, ideally, is to be found in the pendulum of those who listen to and cast shadows, but because those infantile songs have the most sounding in any format.

Unsurprisingly, not all of it is clear that the stove of ignorance is pure, but much is left to the surprise that detracts from the songs it marks infancia, to find subliminal messages that can be compared to what is being searched.

As a preamble to Día del Niño, they are algunas of the songs that do not establish tan llenas of love, magic and diversification as it is created.

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1. “Te quiero yo” by Barney

The infantile television program “Barney and his friends” who told the story of a giant dinosaur morado who lived a variety of adventures together with one of his sons and who was released on April 6, 1992, without knowing how to live a lot of small things.

For the show, your song “Te quiero yo”, which is in the subconscious of many people. The famous quote goes as follows: “Te quiero yo y tú a mí, somos un familia feliz, con un fuerte abrazo y un beso te diré, mi cariño es para ti”.

However, considering one of the programs emblematic of the infant audience in the decade of the 90’s, it is revealed that the song can be read at a time that is still inconspicuous, but that the discussion about subliminal messages is clear.

If many of these causes are misunderstood, the “melos” original version, now, with inverted sound, many provoke terror:

“Heriberto se murió, salva el prefuno”, “Ibara se unirá aquí” or “lo que hoy se da sin hacha”, se escucha decir al reverso.

2. “El pollito Pío”

Although much is complemented by an infantile song, it is an Italian adaptation of a Brazilian infantile poem “O pintinho Piu” by Erisvaldo da Silva, of 1980. Fue interpreted by prime vez by Trio Nortista in Brazil.

More recently, the songs of the song fueron adquiridos by Globo Records have been adapted into the Italian version, with a music video created by the animation group Federico Mancosu, alcanzó el exit exit mundan, razón por la que fue traducida a diferent idiomas.

Up to now, more than 280 million videos have been uploaded to YouTube, with the Spanish version having millions of views, and one of the most viewed videos in the world.

This is an incoherently clear song, which means that the animals of a crane, having different crease pairs, have subliminal messages as if they were the Spanish version of the magazine, many of which are listed as satanic because:

“Te voy a matar”, “Drógate, drógate” y “El negro te come”. ¡Impactant!

3. “Oliver y Benji” song (Super football champions)

“Captain Tsubasa”, best known in Latin America as los “Super football champions” is one of the most famous Japanese anime in the world, created and illustrated by Yōichi Takahashi in 1981. The first anime adaptation was made in 1983 by TV Tokyo, followed by Isamu Imakake and directed by three others.

The story, which was converted into a football referent before many generations, was translated into various idioms, but in the song that abraia each episode of the Spanish version, published in the essay “Oliver and Benji”, as seen in revés, listen:

“What viva Hitler, what viva Hitler, robar s halo hay hambre y amor, que viva Hitler… que viva Hitler lo alabé como al Sol”. I Quién lo diría!

4. Theme by “Bob Esponja”

The famous animated series “Bob Esponja” también se hastado envuelta en algunas controversias, y la rodea un veil de mystery. Acquainted with critical algae, the character created by the bankrupt producer and biologist’s Stephen Hillenburg, who is charismatic, more than just a torpedo, always keeps subliminal messages that only adult adults support.

It is also possible to find miscellaneous messages under the guise of singing songs, especially the main theme, which is supposed to say:

“Ja, ja, ja, Bob se ahogó, Bob se ahogó, Bob se droga, (x4), Es ese inútil comiendo a los nenes, la felicidad siempre abre hongos uuuhhh…”

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5. Entry of “Las tres mellizas”

“Las tres mellizas” is a series of two animated Spanish based on the history stories created by Roser Capdevila, created in 1997.

The series is very popular at the moment and is ideal for many people, who are looking for the adventures of a thriller that goes a long way in being castigated by Bruja Aburrida, who sends different points or historical stories to the next one lección.

After a history of a simple, incoherent view and alliance of controversy, the Cambodian impression is given when the algorithm voluntarily scans the introductory song and scribbles the occult message that only:

“Hay que empezar, sexo, sexo duro, sexo”, he says in action repetitions.

6. Aperture of “Scandals”

The animated series “We bare bears”, best known in Latin America as “Scandals” created by Daniel Chong for Cartoon Network in 2015, causing a sensation in miles of people, convincingly all over the world.

The series is full of people from all walks of life, through the adventures of three human beings: Pardo, Panda and Polar and their intentions of integration into the San Francisco Bay Area society.

The exit is so large that it does not fit in the trouser, even though it is adjusted to a large franchise of different items.

But for the surprise of many, these little bones are filled to the brim with oil which is what the introductory song of each chapter of the book says next:

“No hay sinceridad maldecida, fumar”, “he gato negro, polvo…”, “Ozuma le da maíz, es malo”, “A demon yo rompí un nuevo record, jugué al ‘teibol’…”

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