lullaby..


bismillah..

Saatnya tidur.. -_- .. but not for me.. Today is another report day.. and.. Aargh. what should I report?😦

*why am i complaining so much??!!*

Btw.. ada dua versi lullaby “Rock a bye baby” :
*src : di sini..

Rock-a-bye baby in the treetops
When the wind blows the cradle will rock
When the bough breaks the cradle will fall
But we’ll be there to catch baby and all.

dan versi :
*src : di sini..

Rock-a-bye baby, in the tree top
When the wind blows, the cradle will rock
When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall
And down will come baby, cradle and all

Cuman beda di baris terakhir.. Kalo gua pikir lirik pertama lebih menenangkan, karena dibilang bayinya bakal ditangkep, tapi yg kedua serem.. kayak bencana besar.. kkk…

Silahken di download di sini..

Untuk lagu indonesia biasanya “Nina bobo” kan? meski nama anaknya bisa jadi Joko or Andi.. kkk. tetep dipanggil Nina.😛
*src : di sini..

Nina bobo oh nina bobo
Kalau tidak bobo digigit nyamuk
Tidurlah sayang adikku manis
Kalau tidak bobo digigit nyamuk

Tuh.. dengerin di di sini.. gua jamin pada tepar.. kkk.. *vibranya itu loh gak tahan.. kkk..*

Seperti biasa.. pasti banyak orang yg pengen ngritik tuh lagu nina bobo.. kkk.. soalnya lagunya ngancem gitu.. wooo takut.. digigit nyamuk..😛
Um… siapa pula Nina? di sini ada yg share.. http://forum.kafegaul.com/archive/index.php/t-163505.html :

“Most popular is the Keroncong Moresco which means the keroncong of Moorish origin. This special kind of music recalls so much the mornas (songs) of Cabo Verde (Africa) and whose basic rhythm acts as the background of some modern Indonesian music. The old krontjong “Nina Bobo”, which is sung all over Indonesia is a cradle song. The word Nina is a corruption of menina which means ‘little girl’ in Portuguese.” (A.Pinto da Franca, Portuguese Influence in Indonesia, Jakarta 1970)”

Hm.. tapi mang blom menjelaskan sejarahnya siy.. kapan2 deh kita riset lagi..😉

balik lagi ah.. ngoding.. kkk..

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