3.05.2007

da na sa.


Da na saa, da na saa
Da on ya ma na saa
If he say, oh yay
Na na do, do so
Da na saa, da na saa
Da on ya ma na saa

I know it really, really looks like jibberish or Finnish or something like that, but it's not. It's Twi, and the kids in Ghana sang it a lot, and we learned it, and we learned the meaning, but I just didn't really learn the spelling. I miss it. It was on Oprah a week or two ago, for a moment, when they were doing a special on Ghana. I hope to go back to Ghana, someday, and find out how to really spell this song out. Whatever God wills... I am always amazed thinking about how God has everything planned out, even when we don't understand what or why at that exact moment. We probably won't ever be able to comprehend or get a glimpse of the answers to our questions in our life. He knows what we are thinking, what we are doing, why we are doing it. He is incredible. He never changes. And He is so good to us.



WORD OF THE DAY:
galumph
\guh-LUHM(P)F\, intransitive verb: To move in a clumsy manner or with a heavy tread.

8 comments:

Elizabeth said...

thanks kars.

karawarnock; said...

i would say your welcome, but it would be an insincere welcome since i don't know what you thanked me for...

~*Jessica Lauryn*~ said...

i know an african song, can you teach me yours??

Jeremy said...

african... i cant say that i know any, 'cause i don't. I went to some african childrens choir once though...


galumph, describes my big lazy dog molly.

Nate said...

Im African I should know these songs... But I dont.

Galumph definetly describes me.

joel sczebel said...

You lousy galumph!

kara warnock>. said...

i am uncouth and usually look galumph when playing sports. just ask als. what was it she said? oh yes.
"you are the most ungraceful basketball player i have ever seen."
i think that was it.

Anonymous said...

ouch.