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Kum Ba Yah



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Kum ba yah
African-American Traditional
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Tabbed by: Greg Mills (peglgpete@aol.com)
Public Domain, this arr.  2000 Greg Mills.


  G                                 Em      G
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|
B|----------------|----------------|----------------|
G|----------------|----------------|----------------|
D|--------0-------|0---0-----------|2---2---0-------|
A|----2-----------|----------------|----------------|
E|3---------------|----------------|----------------|
  Kum ba  ya--     my  lord--       Kum ba  ya--


  G                                 C       D
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|
B|----------------|----------------|----------------|
G|----------------|----------------|----------------|
D|--------0-------|0---0-----------|----------------|
A|----2-----------|----------------|3---2---0-------|
E|3---------------|----------------|----------------|
  Kum ba  ya--     my  lord--       Kum ba  ya--


  G                                 Em      G
E|----------------|----------------|----------------|
B|----------------|----------------|----------------|
G|----------------|----------------|----------------|
D|--------0-------|0---0-----------|2---2---0-------|
A|----2-----------|----------------|----------------|
E|3---------------|----------------|----------------|
  Kum ba  ya--     my  lord--       Kum ba  ya--


  C       G        D       G
E|----------------|----------------|
B|----------------|----------------|
G|----------------|----------------|
D|----------------|----------------|
A|3-------2-------|0---0-----------|
E|------------3---|--------3-------|
  oh--    lo  rd   Kum ba  ya--


Someone's sleeping Lord. Kum ba yah
Someone's crying Lord. Kum ba yah
Someone's singing Lord. Kum ba yah
Someone's laughing Lord. Kum ba yah
Someone's praying Lord. Kum ba yah
Kumbayah my Lord, Kum ba yah



Note: Kumbayah means "Come by here." The language is
Gullah which is a mix of English and African dialects
which was spoken by African-Americans in the coastal
areas and islands of Georgia and South Carolina. The
dialect also appears in Joel Chandler Harris's
"Uncle Remus" stories.



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