Somali Traditional Song

gabar yaroo subhaano [Young beautiful girl]
maro shabeelo hirato [wearing tiger-patterned]
maro qafiifa huwato [light, thin clothing]
maga’aaga ii sheeg [Tell me your name]
magaeygu waa sharaf [she says: My name is Sharaf]
sharaf haaji weeyan [Sharaf Haaji, it is]
aqalada hariirta [Those beautiful houses]
dhina baan ka jooga [I live beside]alla ya u sheega [Somebody please tell them]
tinta u shanleeya [give them a clue]
nahoy zamzamey [of you, Zamzam]
sabaah nuurey [who shines like the morning light]
adoo kin kin iyo [like the scales]
kaluun badaneey [of a colorful fish]
adoo hajka jira [while you were gone on Hajj]
xasuus badaneey [had many memories]
sahiibtaa asho ashaq baa dilay [Your friend, Aisha died of love]
ugu dambeyntiina [at long last (I realized)]
aniyo geeluba [both I and the camels]
wa u banaanbahnay [need love]

5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. disraelif
    May 19, 2012 @ 04:27:23

    Lovely words, I hope you can sing it because I will be looking forward to hearing it!

    Reply

  2. naa
    May 19, 2012 @ 04:30:10

    Lovely words, I hope you can sing it because I’m looking forward to hearing it!

    Reply

  3. Muhudin
    Oct 27, 2012 @ 20:01:49

    Mashallah!

    Reply

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