Skip to comments.What does "kumbaya" mean?
Posted on 08/22/2012 12:39:53 PM PDT by EveningStar
Dear Cecil: This has probably been answered somewhere before, but I was getting my teeth drilled that day. Just what does
This has probably been answered somewhere before, but I was getting my teeth drilled that day. Just what doeskumbaya mean?
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“come by here”
It means Obama is a Marxist.
It means your day long Cub Scout BALOO training session is almost over!
Something a salesman would say, followed by a product name.
Hmmm....when I was growing up in North Carolina we called these folks Geechee. I wonder when they became Gullah. I also wonder if Geechee is now one of those terms I’m not supposed to say. In fairness, it usually preceded another word along the lines of “Geechee B**t**d.”
Interesting article! I’ve been researching the similarities between native American languages and that which is spoken in Mongolia. It’s believed by many that Mongolia is the ancestral place of the Native American
Does anyone see the irony between the topic and what happened exactly 3 years after the question was asked?
It’s Angolan for “come here Baya”. Baya is a type of Angolan dog that really despises Kenyans with fake birth certificates, social security numbers, and is campaigning in all 57 states.
I have little doubt that is true. We have hosted two Mongolian girls and they look more like American Indians than the other Asians we’ve been hosting.
“If sung enough times all around you will jab pencils in their ears”.
Yes. I did notice the date its significance.
Also, when you have a chance... check out this Mongolian song (especially the beginning). It’s very similar to the music of Native Americans!
Sounds like someone got poked in the bum with a sharp stick.
Hmmm....perhaps what Elizabeth Warren meant to say was that she was part Mongolian instead of part Cherokee?
It’s how a Cajun invites you to come visit him in the swamp.
That Mongolian song seems to use a five-tone scale, as does Chinese music.
What does “kumbaya” mean...?
It roughly means “Kiss my ass”.
I recall watching a commercial on TV—I think it was during a football game, and it might have been the Super Bowl—in which the song was rendered, “Kumbaya, my friends, kumbaya,” instead of “Kumbaya, my Lord...” I can’t remember what the product being advertised was, but I hope the ad generated some protests.
No, it doesn’t.
It means that if you start singing it, all you’re gonna see is my backside walking out of the building. I hate that song with a passion.
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