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Kum Ba Yah (song, with new words by Ken Ewins) - Dorothy McMahon, St Davids Youth Choir, Albury - Break Down The Walls That Separate Us (Vinyl)

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  1. Jan 03,  · Song Kum Ba Ya (Part II) Artist Miami Mass Choir; Album Just 4 You; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] The Malaco Music Group (on behalf of Savoy Records); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., Peermusic, and.
  2. SongSelect is the definitive source for worship song resources. Download easily transposable chord charts and sheet music plus lyrics for , songs.
  3. The History of Kumbaya (Kum-Ba-Yah) According to history, the song was first recorded in the early s. However, it is believed to have originated with Southern Slaves in the Gullah language. Gullah is a language that was spoken by slaves that inhabited North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.
  4. Browse our 9 arrangements of "Kum Ba Yah." Sheet music is available for Piano, Voice, Guitar and 4 others with 8 scorings and 2 notations in 6 genres. Find your perfect arrangement and access a variety of transpositions so you can print and play instantly, anywhere. Lyrics begin: "Kum ba yah, my Lord, kum ba yah,".
  5. Get the Lyrics and Free Piano & Guitar (Notation and TAB) Sheet Music for Bible Song 'Kumbaya' (Come By Here). Visit ejsulvicattrandrakelimihetemlei.coinfo for + Kids Songs, Nursery Rhymes, Song History, and Related Free Sheet Music.
  6. Kum ba Yah is one of the greatest love songs every written for family, church, or community. Using this arrangement, you'll be able to revive it's meaning and bring it into the contemporary day. This arrangement is in three parts and mixes English with African ("Come by Me" and "Kum ba Yah") with music that honors the original version but also.
  7. The song was sung in Gullah on the islands of South Carolina between Charleston and Beaufort. Gullah is the creole language featured in the Uncle Remus series of Joel Chandler Harris and the Walt Disney production of Song of the South. "Come by here, my Lord" in Gullah is "Kum by (h)yuh, my lawd" (see our Gullah dictionary).

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