Kumbaya

From the song: someone's cryin' Lord, kumbaya,
Oh, Lord, kumbaya... Literally, Come by here, Lord.
Used in this context as the quality of taking something very much to heart here, something is needed.

George didn't think much of the sermon but Randy was all kumbaya about it.


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  • Kumbaya — – auch Kum bay ya – ist der Titel eines bekannten englischen Liedes aus Nordamerika, dessen Text durch die häufige Wiederholung der Worte Lord, Kumbaya („Herr (im Sinne von Gott), Kumbaya“) gekennzeichnet ist. Der Ursprung des Liedes ist… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kumbayá — o Cumbayá (deletreado también Kum Bay Ya, del inglés come by here , ven acá) es una canción tradicional afroamericana del siglo XIX. En la cultura popular la canción se asocia con la cercanía , el abrazo, el canto de la canción alrededor de la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Kumbaya — This article is about the song. For the town in Ecuador, see Cumbayá. Kumbaya (also spelled Kum Ba Yah) is a spiritual song from the 1930s. It enjoyed newfound popularity during the folk revival of the 1960s and became a standard campfire song in …   Wikipedia

  • kumbaya — noun /ˌkum.baɪˈjɑ,ˌkum.bɑˈjɑ/ The title of the etymological folk song, used with varying degrees of sincerity or sarcasm to refer to the songs evocations of spiritual unity and interpersonal harmony …   Wiktionary

  • Kumbaya Festival — The Kumbaya Festival was an annual Canadian music festival in the 1990s.It was organized by Molly Johnson as a benefit for Canadian charities and groups doing work around HIV and AIDS, and was broadcast annually on MuchMusic …   Wikipedia

  • Kum Ba Yah — Kumbaya – verschiedene Schreibweisen, u. a. auch Kumbayah oder Kum ba yah – ist der Titel eines bekannten englischen Liedes aus Nordamerika, dessen Text durch die häufige Wiederholung der Worte „Lord, Kumbaya“ (dt.: „Herr (Herr im Sinne von Gott) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kumbayah — Kumbaya – verschiedene Schreibweisen, u. a. auch Kumbayah oder Kum ba yah – ist der Titel eines bekannten englischen Liedes aus Nordamerika, dessen Text durch die häufige Wiederholung der Worte „Lord, Kumbaya“ (dt.: „Herr (Herr im Sinne von Gott) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kumbayah — From the song: someone s cryin Lord, kumbaya, Oh, Lord, kumbaya... Literally, Come by here, Lord. Used in this context as the quality of taking something very much to heart here, something is needed. George didn t think much of the sermon but… …   Dictionary of american slang

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