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Soul Makossa
Manu Dibango Lyrics


Makossa akeela mama
Ko mama sa maka makoosa mama ko mama sa maka makoosa mama ko mama sa maka makoosa
Heyyyy soul makossa su maiyea
Heyyyy soul makossa atteele
Heyyyy soul makossa mosoma mosoma
Heyyyy soul makossa coma coma coma coma coma coma coma coma coma coma coma
Tunga debo ombo e tunga nailso makosa
Anaamoona sisi aooo yasal makosa
Amona yeayea amona yeayea coma saou makossa
Tunga tunga umbo te tunga nesa makossa
Nikaso mama ko mama sa maka makossa
Mama ko mama sa maka makossa mama ko mama sa maka makossa
Mama ko mama sa maka makossa
Vido he he
Nadea
Heyyyy soul makossa makine
Heyyyy soul makossa mangola wakina
Heyyyy soul makossa mosama!
Heyyyy soul makossa ynot domo
Moodok! Mmmmm hmmmm
Tunga tunga umbo te tunga nesa makossa now makossa makossa makosssa makossa makossa
Bathaso mosoon
Yonse yonse batha yonse makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa ahfray way bali de salinglay makossa
Heyyyy soul makossa mondiday oak amoon oohenga akyeah
Heyyyy soul makossa nadamo ahne money money heyyyy soul makoosa musik ohano amoo

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
Written by: MANU DIBANGO

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

U 2

Rich people are poor; We only got money on our mind or bank•account.

Soulfood is Richness & universal joyfull language from above & beyond.

That is Music in my ear. That is in fact a huge part of why life is worth Living.

Soul addiction is astonishing healthy.
Addiction to money is a disease from invention of capitalistic society. Alternative Lifestyle is hard to imagine.

Music might allow us to get closer.

Money often tear more apart than what music in fact get enough Credit to heal



All comments from YouTube:

TRACEY SCOTT

This was the 1st worldwide African Club Music hit, this was big when it came out in the early 1970s. R.I.P. King Manu Dibango.

Chris Folchetti

Yes it was.

jeanette wylie

But the children y'all........the children!😳😁😘😘.

Michelle Jones

I love “ Soul Makoosa”!!!!! Loved it in “73”: love it today 2021💝♾!!!!

TRACEY SCOTT

@paulo delorios Exactly, Mr. Paulo, We Were There with our Battery Operating Transistor Radios back then Jamming and Dancing off this record. Respect to you and thank you for your support of GR8 1970s Music.

paulo delorios

It was blasting on the radios everywhere! 1971!!

Empire 717

Teenagers in Brooklyn back in the Seventies was rocking to the Soul Makossa before Hip Hop,, Manu Dibango was the Man,, Rest in Peace my African Brother.

jeanette wylie

@Jim Lees thanks for responding. I honestly had no idea about any of it.

Jim Lees

@jeanette wylie Wanna Be Startin' Sonethin' from the Thriller album. He didn't get approval to use it and didn't credit him on the album. Ended up getting sued and settled out of court like he did with his other non musical court cases.

jeanette wylie

@Jim Lees what I mean is which song did Jackson use the Gentleman's work on. I honestly don't know.

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