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Kum ba yah, my Lord, kum ba yah. Oh, Lord, kum ba yah. The origins of this song have been enveloped in mystery for nearly a century.

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Nearing 40 and nearly broke, ousted from his last job as an English professor, a folklore buff named Robert Winslow Gordon set out in the spring of from his temporary home on the Georgia seacoast, lugging a hand-cranked cylinder recorder and searching for songs in the nearby black hamlets. One particular day, Mr. Gordon captured the sound of someone identified only as H.

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The song is thought to have spread from the islands to other Southern states and the North, as well as other places in the world. The first known recording, of someone known only as H. Wylie, who sang in the Gullah dialect, was recorded by folk enthusiast Robert Winslow Gordon in

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We chant it with locked arms and closed eyes, at campfires, in protest lines and from the pews at church, but the truth is, many of us have no clue what the lyrics mean or exactly where they come from. Kumbaya my Lord, kumbaya. The song may be sung more often than usual this month, especially in the part of Georgia where its soulful lyrics are said to have originated almost a century ago.

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Decades ago, the song "Kumbaya" alternatively spelled "Kum Ba Yah" first became part of the national songbook as a call to peace. Since then, the message and meaning has been twisted into something altogether different. That's a little sad, or a lot, depending on your point of view.

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Subject: Why is Kumbaya a dirty word? Jesus Christ, that's 45 years ago. It's a very old disc, from the original issue - there was a reissue later that appended "Part I" and added three other tracks not present here.

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Whenever comtemporary church music is criticized and in many cases, rightly so! But seriously, when was the last time anyone actually heard the song "Kumbaya" used in their respective parishes? For me, I honestly cannot remember, other than the possibility of it being used back when I was in early primary school in the early 's.

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The story of how Kumbaya went from being a Black spiritual to a punchline is fascinating and illustrative of the mechanics of whiteness. In popular culture, 'Kumbaya" is a derisive term. When we talk about people having a "kumbaya" moment, the implication is that they had a meaningless, naively performative moment of feckless togetherness. In the same way that "woke" has come to symbolize self-indulgent, performative pseudo-intellectualism, so did kumbaya after the civil rights era.

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According to history, the song was first recorded in the early s. However, it is believed to have originated with Southern Slaves in the Gullah language. Here is a break down of what the phrase Kum-ba-yah means in Hebrew.

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They have served the Lord and one another through thick and thin, pastoral heartbreak and joys. Though I broke from church institutionalism and denominationalism over nine years ago, I have still been the recipient of love and respect despite quite radical ecclesiological differences between me and them. Just over a week ago we had our regular coffee and muffins gathering in a local church hall.

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