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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

MUSIC MONDAY: "No Woman, No Cry" by Black Thema W Eh Ya3ny - Arabic Version

"Forget two things in life: The good you do to others and bad done by others to you"


This is the Arabic version of the song "No Woman, No Cry" . I feel like sharing it here on my Music Monday for this week and hope it is still not too late to post it. I would like to dedicate this song to all the women and men everywhere. On the second thought, I like to also add here "No Man, No Cry" because it is not only the women that make the men cry. In fact, majority men make women cry, don't you think so? Anyway, hope you like my selection this week.

Last but not least, I would also like to dedicate this song to a special friend who introduced this video to me recently.

Hi Oscar! this video is up on my blog this week.


Hope you have a good week!

The real version of "No Woman, No Cry"

Lyrics | No Woman No Cry lyrics

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Mariuca said...

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Mariuca said...

I like this song sweetie but have never heard the Arab versi! :D:D

Mariuca said...

Happy MM Lil, tengah sinus attack ni achooooo, been raining every day, so cold kan? :-D :-D :-D

Lily Arbee said...

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sorry tak post FF this week, Insha Allah next week dear. You tau I am still struggling for line with Broadband at home. I posted my MM sebelum my Magrib prayer at workplace. Every night struggling for line, memang I rasa I should change to Maxis in a matter of time. Banyak sangat gangguan.

Lily Arbee said...

Me too dear, tak pernah dengar the Arabic version until a friend of mine sent it to me. 8-) :) ;) :* :*

Lily Arbee said...

Happy Music Monday to you too dear even though it's Wednesday today. Oh kena sinus. Nak baik cepat you can do two things. One get Clarinese at the Pharmacy and 2nd take "Wasabe" but of course the 1st suggestion is on medication and it works fast! But I must tell you this, honest from me bukan nak jual you puluk even though I am still a dealer. After taking "intra" from Lifestyles, no more flu, no sinus, no deman and believe it or not dah many years I tak sakit! I pun hairan, in fact, my stock pun dah habis for few months belum lagi order, still I am fine, I believe it is already in the systems since I started taking it since year 2001 and sometimes stop for a while bila habis stock. I am now very fit bolih kalahkan orang2 yg much younger than me. Sejak kerja tak ada ambil medical leave pun, yg I tau most staff sure sometimes ada sahja dok sakit. Strange but it is true!

Hope you get well soon, pi lah beli clariness tu dulu kat Phamacy, take 2 tablets 1 day, 1 every 12 hours, memang it works magic. Then you must have a good rest lah.

Nanti I will try to visit you and LadyJava for drop and comments.

Hope to meet you two one day.

Merry X'Mas and Happy New Year, hope next year will be a good year for us all.
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Good night and sleep tight with sweet dreams.......

Lily Arbee said...

Correction: ..pulak ...

Namz said...

I like it.

I mean no disrespect in anyway as I'd also like to clarify that in Jamaican English, "No Women, No Cry" does not literally mean No women, no cry or no sadness. It actually means ~ No women, please don't cry. In fact if you really listen to the lyrics, it is actually about the struggle of the people of Jamaica. Poverty stricken, where the women and children cry out of desperation and hunger. So the song is about pacifying their loved ones. In fact it almost convey the message ~ No women , please don't cry. Let me do the crying. Bob Marley Rules!

Merry Christmas Lily :) Get a good rest with your cats and have a good one.

PS- Love the lyrics of No Women, No Cry, especially...

(Said, said, said I remember when we used to sit
In the government yard in Trenchtown
And then Georgie would make the fire light
Log wood burnin' through the night
Then we would cook a corn meal porridge
Of which I'll share with you

My feet is my only carriage
So I've got to push on through
But while I'm gone.....)

*The struggle of poverty..:(

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