Toure kunda fatou yo

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Greetings Carlos Alberto Teixeira!

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Archimusic on YouTube has 25 lovely videos of people in Africa singing lullabies from their childhood. I am happy and will surely grow up I am happy and will surely grow up I am happy and will surely grow up I am happy and will surely grow up I will grow up tiure everybody else Like the little elephants and the little faotu Like everybody else Like the little elephants and the little giraffes.

√ Lyric | Song lyrics | Fatou Yo - Toure Kunda on primeti.info

Every generation sang it, and it still rocks That name is a form of the Arabic female name "Fatima". Most of Fatiu speak Wollof or French. Shortly thereafter, they participated in Carlos Santana's album Supernaturel and toured with him.

There was a question about the language of this song. Some people think it's in Mandinka and others Wolof. All copyrights remain with their owners.

The sub-titles in that video correct the incomplete lyrics for this song that are given above.

Their year y encompasses recordings in over six languages and collaborations with well-known musicians such as Carlos Santana and Talking Heads. These same non-English lyrics are found as subtitles in this YouTube sound file: Kid Songs Around The World.

Fatou Yo Lyrics

Thanks to Helena Cuaresma Maestre for sharing the 2nd video! Carlos Alberto Teixeira May 11, at They have had considerable success in Africa and Europe and are active in social causes such as Children's rights and advocates for the homeless. She likes to dance with the other boys and girls in her village, and dreams about singing with baby elephants and giraffes.

They [Del's friends] think it is Wollof but mixed with another language.

Thanks for sharing that video with me and others on pancocojams. Kerstin wrote to me, looking for a song in French about a rabbit… Hi Lisa, My daughter learned a song in her kindergarden in Morocco, kundq since we have left I could not ask the people there directly.

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Just for the record, I don't speak Mandinka: I believe it's an Zulu word for peace but I'm not sure and I can't find any information [ Lullabies of Africa Archimusic on YouTube has 25 lovely videos of people in Africa singing lullabies from their childhood.

The song is a sikko SEE-koha dance where people get in a line and hold their hands junda the sky or hold the waist of the person in front of them. Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country. Languages spoken include Wolof, Fulani, Serer and Mandingo, but the common language is French because Senegal used to be a colony of France.

Mama Lisa's Books Our books feature songs in the original languages, with translations into English. Thanks also to the publishers of these examples on YouTube. Excellent and remarkable post, Azizi. Visitor comments are welcome.