Kumbyah

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Kumbaya my Lord, kumbaya
Kumbaya my Lord, kumbaya
Kumbaya my Lord, kumbaya
Oh Lord kumbaya
Someone's crying my Lord, kumbaya
Someone's crying my Lord, kumbaya
Someone's crying my Lord, kumbaya
Oh Lord kumbaya
(Whatever the other Things are. ).

Information About Kumbyah

"Kumbyah" or "Kumbaya" (another spelling is Kum Ba Yah) is a 1920s spiritual song from America.

"Kumbyah" enjoyed renewed popularity during 1960s when the world witnessed a folk revival and thereafter the song became a standard campfire song in Scouting.

Folk singer Joan Baez recorded a version in 1962 at about the same time the song also became associated with the American Civil Rights movement.

The song is based on an African-American style spiritual but has contradictory claims to its origin. However, during the 1920s a number of different songs were recorded, in South Carolina and Georgia, all using the refrain "Come by Here" or "Come by Yah".

For further information about the song "Kumbyah" you may find Wikipedia helpful.

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