January 12th, Can anyone help with this question from Patti:
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You can hear part of Oupa ry met sy ou Ford sung by clicking here and clicking on the name of the song. Ritte-tit, ritte-tit kyk die stof Ritte-tit o die pad is al te rof Ritte-tit, ritte-tit om die draai Ritte-tit, moenie by die deur uitwaai.
Hi all I am looking for Humpty Dumpty in afrikaans My 6 year old son needs to recite it at a school concert and we get stuck at:. I am looking for an afrikaans poem I learnt as a child. Does anyone know the full poem? It begins something like this: En kerel tok-tokkkie stan voor en pondockie en klok met its klokie klok-klok. Baa baa swaat skaap het jy baie wol ja baas ja baas drie sakke vol Een vir die baas en een vir die nooi en een vir die seuntjie wat so kan raas.
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California Hustle and Flow Mike Ness. Diamond in the Rough Mike Ness. Alone and Forsaken Hank Williams. Writing on the Wall Mike Ness. London Bridge is falling down, Falling down, falling down. London Bridge is falling down, My fair lady. Versions of this rhyme go all the way back to the Middle Ages. The bridge across the Thames has indeed needed lots of repairs over the centuries, but the most compelling theory about this particular song dates to a bloody Viking raid on the city in the year Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water, Jack fell down and broke his crown, And Jill came tumbling after.
Some scholars think this is just an innocent bit of nonsense, but at least one historian believes Jack and Jill were a couple of 17th-century teens who went up the hill to have sex. In this interpretation, Jack runs away and abandons Jill, who is left pregnant.
Georgie Porgie pudding and pie Kissed the girls and made them cry When the boys came out to play Georgie Porgie ran away. This theory holds the rhyme refers to the notorious 17th-century Duke of Buckingham, George Villiers, a bisexual pretty-boy and a social climber.
He used his good looks to sleep his way to the top, seducing both male and female courtiers and even the King. Both theories have their supporters. It may also refer a massive armored weapon hauled to the top of a wall and used to rain down death on attacking troops during the English Civil War.
So this rhyme is probably about a poor man forced to trade the coat off his back for cash, so he can keep a roof over his head.
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