Kum BA Yah?

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Kum ba yah is an African American spiritual with origins from Angola, Africa. It simply means “Come by Here”. The tune is simple and memorable and has no specific composer.
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Kumbaya means "come by here" The word originates with the Gullah, an African American
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If memory serves correctly, strum at a gentle four-four time.
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Phonetics........Come by us = come bai us = come ba i us = come ba Ya = Kum Ba
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