How did this happen? And why do we tolerate this disparagement of the black religious experience in America? The precise origins of the song are unclear, but most ethnomusicologists believe it originated with the Gullah people also called Geechee , the descendants of enslaved Africans who live on the Sea Islands and in the coastal regions of South Carolina and Georgia. With much fondness. The Gullah developed their own creole language, based on English but with strong influences of West African languages.
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-CUM- | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
I do not know how you feel about it, but you were a male in your last earthly incarnation. You were born somewhere around the territory of Southern New Zealand approximately on Your profession was builder of houses, temples, and cathedrals. You had a mind of a scientist, always seeking new explanations. Environment often misunderstood you. Had a respectable knowledge.
What does "Kum bah Yah" (as in the song) mean?
The origins of the song are disputed. Reverend Marvin V. Frey — claimed to have written the song in the s under the title "Come By Here". Frey", a lyric sheet printed in Portland, Oregon in