This is the creepy ancient legend behind Naughty Boy and Sam Smith’s song “La La La”

Many of us know and have even sung the song “La La La” produced by Naughty boy and interpreted by Sam Smith, which is quite catchy being honest…

But what you are about to know, might change your perception about this song since it is the terrifying story behind it. Many do not know that this song as well as the movie “The Wizard of Oz” is based on a Bolivian legend related to a boy and “The Uncle” a demon that usually lives in the mines…

It all starts with the difficult life of an 8 year old deaf boy, who is in the care of his violent and alcoholic father, until one day he decides to run away; On the street, he meets a homeless dog who becomes his best friend.

As days go by, the boy discovers that he has a gift, he can perceive evil and also has the power to make it stop.

The first person he helped was an old man, who was constantly humiliated by the children and adults, people threw stones at him and constantly made fun of him. When the child felt the evil, he faced the old man’s attackers and shouted as if an earthquake was born from his mouth, everyone present ran away, and the grateful man decided to follow the child on his aimless journey.

Fate led them to meet a deformed man who had been part of a satanic sect. When he wanted to get out of it, a demon named “The Uncle” had disfigured his face out of revenge. It is said that this demon has the appearance of a goat with human features, he lives in a cave in the desert, where he whispers the evil that exists in the world, the people who have heard that infernal voice, cannot understand what he says, but they remain crazy for life…

The boy and his friends went to the devil’s lair to fight him. As they stood in front of the entrance to the cave, the adults were already beginning to hear the horrible whispers of the evil being and were beginning to lose their minds, so they decided to leave before the damage was permanent.

The child entered the cave alone, from which he never came out, yet it is said that the child continues to fight evil, for when people approach the gloomy place you can still hear the empowering cry of a child.

You can listen to the song once again, and share your thoughts now that you know the story behind…

What are your thoughts about this song and the Bolivian legend?

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