Sylvester James (September 6, 1944 in Los Angeles, California – December 16, 1988 in San Francisco, California) was an American disco and soul musician, and a gay drag performer. y en la pista una pareja Maldita Vecindad
El Circo
roja es la luz,
Luz de Neon
que anuncia el lugar:
"Baile Kumbala Bar"
y adentro
la noche es
musica y pasion.
no entiendes
lo que pasa aqui.
Esto es la noche,
y de … Telephone dialing, rub-a-dub styling. How in Colombia, in the Southern Hemisphere, it’s usually warm in December. -Mama Lisa*****Roy Vincent Vanguardia wrote:"This was our version here in Manila, Philippines. 100 Songs (350 Pages) With Sheet Music And Links To Recordings. (FLee Fly Flo!) (Eeny meeney deci meeny oo na na walla meeny) HOT SONG: 21 Savage x Metro Boomin - "My Dawg " - LYRICS; NEW SONG: Rod Wave - POP SMOKE - "MOOD SWINGS" ft. Lil Tjay - LYRICS; New Style New Style we got the new style, Freestyle Meanwhile sister got it by a mile, Lifestyle, girls smile, we can do it all the while. Lifestyle, girls smile, we can do it all the while. Clap both thighs, clap your hands, Clap both thighs, clap your hands, etc...Keep this action going until the end of the song. That’s a fun way to get children to help with the post-holiday clean-up! I do not know the origins of this chant, but I can attest to the fact that it is widely spread among Spanish speaking Scouts. How Scandinavians mark the end of the season by “plundering” the Christmas Tree on St. Knut’s Day. *****Jim Page wrote, "We would do this cheer at the Boys Club Camp Ramsbottom..."FleaFlea flyFlea fly flo vistaCoomalata coomalata coomalata vistaOh no no no la vistaEanie meanie desameanie ooh wah a-wah meanieEanie meanie desameanie ooh wah a wahit in dit and oat and dote bodoskadetten what da and chewbip bap do wah do wah shhhhhhhhhhhh*****D. Savage wrote:"Ours (from the 60's) went like this:Fee!Fee Fi!Fee Fi FoFeast Day!Comelonna comelonna comelonnaFeast DayOh no, no not the Feast day!Enni minni dessa minniOo wahla wahla miniEnni minni solla minniOo wahla wah!Beat belly oaten dotenBoo boo bedeeten dottenFaster...And then sung over and over, faster and faster. *****Bill sent his version:Camp song, mid 60's NJ.FleaFlyFlea fly flow!Comala coomalaCoomala veesdayOh, no not the veesday. These are the words she taught me, phonetically, (I was 10 in 1976)..."Flea, Flea fly flea fly Flo,Vistay,Combalala Combalala Combalala Vistay,Ah ah ah ah nahna VistayInemeny decimini oo ah towanimini Inemeny decimini oo ah towaBip Billy open dopen Bo bo bobeaten boba shhhhhhhh*****"Frosty Mac" wrote:"The version of this song I know was used as a warmup before theater rehearsals and plays in high school. Featuring sheet music and links to recordings! Un sabroso y buen danzon, Here's the version we remember. Many of the songs featured also include links to the Mama Lisa website, where you can find recordings, videos and sheet music. lo que pasa aqui.,, ://,,,, (Echo) Oh, no, no, no, not the vista! (Flea!) (Echo) Eenie meany disobeenie ooh aah aah! Cumala Cumala Cumala Fista On a really cool tip, You can be a part of this trip It can also be found in "Singing about it: Folk Song in Southern Indiana" by George List, Indiana University, Bloomington. Flee Fly! Ennyminey desaminy punana warraminy © 2020 METROLYRICS, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. Yip belly wapum bapum bobo wa hipum. no entiendes "Baile Kumbala Bar" (Echo) Oh, no, no, no, not the vista!