Traditional Folk Songs, Other Languages lyrics

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Adieu paure Carnaval (Lengadocian)OccitanEnglish
French
Adieu Paure Carnavàs (Provençau)OccitanFrench
Adiéu paure Carneval (Niçard)OccitanFrench
Ai vist lo lopOccitanEnglish
French
Turkish
Al cjante el gjalFriulianCatalan
French
German
Italian
Polish
Atin Cu Pung SingsingKapampanganEnglish
German
Russian
Bana ba SekoloSesothoEnglish
Greek
Bangau oh BangauMalayEnglish
German
Bro gozh ma zadoù (Hymne national breton)Breton (Brezhoneg)English
French
German
Portuguese
Russian
Romanian
Catro vellos mariñeirosGalicianGerman
Portuguese
Spanish
DandansoyHiligaynonEnglish
German
Russian
Ds Bärner Oberland isch schön (ds Vogellisi)German (Swiss-German/Alemannic)
Duayya ni AyatIlokanoEnglish
Filipino/Tagalog
German
Russian
Eh YakoboSwahiliEnglish
Greek
Én az éjjel nem aludtam egy órátHungarianEnglish
Felela SakopoOtherEnglish
Frato JakoEsperantoEnglish
Greek
Hekau 718Egyptian (Old Egyptian/Coptic)Tongan
Transliteration
Îtä ZâkeOtherEnglish
Kana MadaFijianEnglish
Konpèr ZakFrench (Réunion Creole)English
La libertatOccitanCatalan
English
French
Latvian
Polish
Spanish
Lo BoièrOccitanEnglish
French
Russian
Madanm PatonOtherEnglish
Mahurdeeysaa SomaliEnglish
Greek
Mai Fali ehTetumGerman
Portuguese
Spanish
Turkish
Russian
Manang BidayIlokanoEnglish #1 #2
Filipino/Tagalog
German
Tagalog (dialects)
Misié MarsèlFrench (Antillean Creole)English
Moina YanguComorianEnglish
Ndôm Jam JacquesOtherEnglish
Nunha lancha de Marín...Galician
O Naraniag A BulanIlokanoEnglish
German
Russian
Oalay Manoc con TarazPangasinanEnglish
German
Qurbon O'lamUzbekRussian
Transliteration
Ramizem (رامزم)Turkish (Ottoman)Bosnian
English
Transliteration
Sama raka modouWolofEnglish
Greek
Sángó JacquéLingala
Se essa rua fosse minhaPortugueseEnglish
German
Russian #1 #2 #3
Spanish
Seelter LäidFrisianGerman
Somogy KarikazoHungarianEnglish
Icelandic
Szivárvány havasánHungarianEnglish
Romanian
French
Tonton BoukiFrench (Haitian Creole)English
Greek
Tumbalalaika (טומבאַלאַלאַיקאַ)YiddishEnglish
French
Hebrew
Hungarian
Russian #1 #2
Slovak
Transliteration
Turkish
Vietnamese
Vörösbort ittam az esteHungarian
Nagy Mulatós Lemez 2007
English
Warya DjamaSomaliEnglish
Zamboanga HermosaChavacanoEnglish
German
Russian
Zuki JacquesMalagasyEnglish
Greek
ຈຳປາເມືອງລາວLaoEnglish
Comments
ddeseguirant    Sat, 27/10/2012 - 01:07

Looking for the origins of a Portuguese folksong that transliterates into something like: "Tangelingish, tangelingish; tangelingish nunkee tal..." I can't find the rest of the words, but there's the ending refrain, "why, why, why, .... shala-wee .... mash kalingish ha! ha! ha! de shalaweet" Anyone hear of it?

SilentRebel83    Mon, 09/09/2013 - 00:36

greetings.

you're more likely to get an answer if you post this in the forums instead.