Entre pitos y matracas, varias canciones han hecho parte de la cultura de fin de año de Colombia. Desde augurios y celebraciones con lo bueno que sucedió hace medio siglo hasta tristes letras sobre la pobreza, aquí están nuestras cinco canciones favoritas.
Ilustraciones para la revista Bacánika. https://goo.gl/bOZqB7

"Mamá dónde están los juguetes" - Raquel Castaño
"Faltan cinco pa´las doce" - Nestor Zavarce
"La araña picua" - Los 50 de Joselito 
"El año viejo" - Tony Camargo
"Año Nuevo" - La Billos Caracas Boys

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