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Kothbiro
by Ayub Ogada

Hah
Hahye hahye aye hahye
BIS

Om maam na pum imjya
Kothbiro
Ke luru do ketaa-lha
Om maam pum imjya
Kothbiro
Ke luru do ketaa-lha

Hah
Hahye hahye aye hahye
BIS

Om maam pum imjya
Kothbiro
Ke luru do ketaa-lha
Om maam na pum imjya
Kothbiro
Ke luru do ketaa-lha

Hah
Hahye hahye hahye

Hah
Hahye hahye hahye

Yah yebi tom nuguee
Um kuru tili bare made
Kothbiro
Kem luru do ketaa-lha

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: MBARAK ACHIENG, AYUB OGADA

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Brian Otieno

Translation

Auma be uwinga (Auma do you hear me)
Koth biro (Rain is coming)
Kel uru dhok e dala ( Bring the cows home)
Hah, Haye haye haye haye haye haye

Jay Joshi

Brian Otieno thank you very much sir

Daniella Pawl

Thank You!!

kelvin rodgers

@Roblox Krew it's a female name given to girl's from a tribe called luo,..just like angellah or any other female name

Linda Clayton

Thank you I've been searching for the translation since the movie premier.beautiful music.

Roblox Krew

@Brian Otieno that is precious translation

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Malaika Mahlatsi

My mom, Dipuo Mahlatsi, loved this song deeply. We came across it on The Constant Gardener. My mom lost her battle to gastrointestinal cancer two months ago - at the young age of 45. Listening to this song brings back the best memories we shared - including my university graduation ceremony, which she attended just six weeks before she passed away.

I will always love you mama ka. You are the star of the story that I will always tell.

Michele L'amour

I'm so sorry for your loss. @45 when life was simply beginning. Heard this song for the first time this weekend and fell in love with it.

Mityahu Ben Keshet

So sorry to hear that. Baruch dayan ha-emet.

Ellie Meli

Oh my goodness, girl, you gave me chills. So terribly sorry for your loss. So young!!! Unfortunately, I can relate. My mum passed away from the same type of cancer, 5 months ago. She suffered a lot, but was very brave and courageous. It was music that gave her solace last time I saw her, two days before she died. We played a quiz game where I played some of her favourite songs on YouTube and she had to say the title of the song or the artist. She was on her hospital bed, but was smiling and even dancing with her hands and singing (very quietly because her voice was almost gone). I'm happy I was able to entertain her and make her feel a bit better for a few moments.

Sending you lots of love and strength, girl. Your mum will always be in your heart, always your companion.

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