Treasure Island

Leaking Pen

(Wellington, New Zealand)

Yalla Yalla La Barra


Yalla yalla la barra// Come on come on let go outside
Geeb el nay wa saharnah// Bring your flute and serenade us
Shou hal sout il houlou// What beautiful sounds you make
Ana gahieran min rouhak// I am jealous from your spirit
Infoug infoug ya darwish// Blow blow you old timer
Ibsoutnie mitl saif el reeh// Please me like the summer's breath

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Come on come on let go outside
Bring your flute and serenade us
What beautiful sounds you make
I am jealous from your spirit
Blow blow you old timer
Please me like the summer's breath

Copyright Leaking Pen 2011
September 28 2011

Submitted: Saturday, September 15, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 19, 2012

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