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Kumbaya - Zab - Kumbaya


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The title of the etymological folk song, used with varying degrees of sincerity or sarcasm to refer to the song's evocations of spiritual unity and interpersonal harmony. Origin: From. Apparently a corruption of the English phrase "come by here" in a spiritual song. It became a standard campfire song in Scouting and summer camps, and enjoyed broader popularity during the folk revival Kumbaya - Zab - Kumbaya the s.

The song was originally associated with human and spiritual unity, closeness and compassion, and it still is, but more recently it is also cited or alluded to in satirical or cynical ways which suggest false moralizing, hypocrisy, or naively optimistic views of the world and human nature.

You can't talk about people getting shot by cops and not talk about race. You can't talk about the President's comments and be kumbaya and expect people to take you seriously. It's just been like a giant kumbaya party, strangers are playing cards.

A teenager played his ukulele to kids to get them to sleep. Ladies who have never met before were dancing in aisles. Word in Definition. Wiktionary 3. Freebase Kumbaya - Zab - Kumbaya . Editors Contribution 0.

Submitted by anonymous on December Shuky - Old Enough To Care, How to pronounce kumbaya? Alex US English. Daniel British.

Karen Australian. Veena Indian. How to say kumbaya in sign language? Examples of kumbaya in a Sentence Andra Gillespie : You can't talk about people getting shot by cops and not talk about race. Rebekah Dodson : It's just been like a giant kumbaya party, strangers are playing cards.

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  1. Felabar said:
    Kumbaya was originally the spiritual “Come by Here, My Lord” by H. Wylie. In the Gullah language, it became “kum by yuh” or the now-used “kumbaya.
    12.11.2019
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  2. Dill said:
    " Kum ba yah " (" Come by Here ") is an African American spiritual of disputed origin, but known to be sung in the Gullah culture of the islands off South Carolina and Georgia, with ties to enslaved West Africans. The song is thought to have spread from the islands to other Southern states and the North, as well as other places in the world.
    18.11.2019
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  3. Kazahn said:
    Kumbaya often acts as a sarcastic modifier; something overly kumbaya is too hippy-dippy, sentimental, weak, or out of touch with the gritty challenges of the “real world.” Kumbaya also enjoys some usage as a verb, e.g., “to kumbaya one’s way through a tough situation.”.
    17.11.2019
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  4. Gardakasa said:
    What does 'kumbaya' in the song "Kumbaya, my Lord" mean? "Kumbaya, my Lord" was first recorded by an out-of-work English professor, Robert Winslow Gordon, in Gordon went on a search for black spirituals and recorded a song "Come by Here, My Lord", sung by H. Wylie.
    18.11.2019
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  5. Gardagal said:
    Kumbaya is an app that lets you tap into the circle of your most trusted people, to mutually exchange help with essential care tasks - effortlessly. Also, kumbaya is the solution for career mom problems and help you enjoy work life balance.
    22.11.2019
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  6. Fauzahn said:
    Kumbaya "Kumbaya" or "Kumbayah" — is a spiritual song from the s. It became a standard campfire song in Scouting and summer camps, and enjoyed broader popularity during the folk revival of .
    16.11.2019
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  7. Mauran said:
    From Wikipedia Kumbaya >"Kumbaya" or "Kumbayah" (Gullah, "Come By Here" — "Kum ba yah") — is a Black spiritual song from the s. It enjoyed newfound popularity during the folk revival of the s [largely due to a Baez recording] and became a standard campfire song .
    14.11.2019
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