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Ide Mada Odo Sakli Am

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Oct 25, 2007 | 6:20 AM EDT
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3 MB
3 min 20 sec
4.12 / 5.00

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Rated 4.12 / 5 stars
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Song of Ebene Ivoire. Search youtube for the title to watch the video!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

That sounded very nice...

Though it would be nice to have some "translations" + "lyrics"

Other than was a wonderful cultural experience to listen to music from Garoua, North Cameroun.

It sounds wonderful....but I want to know what your singing about.
I know some parts are in english...but I can't understand the rest.

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Smirne responds:

thank you very much for your comments.
the song is about love for a girl (fatima), the title should sound like "with your love you made me lose my mind". The language is fulfulde. Unluckily i don't have a translation in english here, but I'll sent it soon as a private message. Here's the part in english:

You caught me in a warm black night
just like those pit-a-pat dreams that pass sometimes
there had to be something attractive in you
perhaps the spotless charm of the things so pure
wake up my dormant desires
and I will try to leave you a trace of mine
waiting for the rain to come
singin'ide ma-da odo sakkli am


Rated 5 / 5 stars


i liked your song even if i cant speak falfude its cool and i wonder what those ide mada odo sakli am means

Smirne responds:

that means 'with yout love you made me lose my head"


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Is nice.


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Smirne responds:

Thanks! Check the video too, it's on youtube!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very interesting

I really like the backup vocals on the chorus. Very well produced. I have no idea what language it's in, but it's awesome nonetheless. Great job!

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Smirne responds:

thank you! The language is Fulfulde, it's speaked in center Africa. This song was recorded in Garoua, North Cameroun.