Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Banungi Teri Dulhan!!!

Hey guyz.. wondering if I am gonna present you with yet another soap as if all the channels combined together is not enuf??

Never mind!! I am not tat cruel.. :)

This post is about a seriously hilarious (Mind my words.. I vouch for them) forward mail tat I received from a pal today....

Was tied up wit work.. and got this mail.. and wat a relaxation it was..

This blogpost is about : Get! Set! Shaadi! (Hindi for Marriage/Wedding)

Now you guys have to really go thru this…..to enjoy it...

These are Girls ads taken from a popular Indian Matrimony site...

Now I am not sure if gals are so desperate to tie the knots.. that they started hunting high and low for guyz...
 in a come wat may mood.... (believe me guys.. marital relationship is not a cakewalk... i standby my words.. though i m not married yet.. :D )

Note: These are actual ads on a matrimony site. Grammar and spell errors have no place in a profile description as everything is straight from the heart! :p

Disclaimer : I am not responsible if you forget your basic grammar after reading this mail...

Script#1 : Hello To Viewvers My Name is Sowmya , I am single i dont have male, If any one whant to marrie to me u can visite to my home. I am not a good education but i working all field in bangalroe.. if u like me u welcome to my heart... when ever u whant to meet pls viset my resident or send u letter.. Thanks

yours Regards Sowmya ~*~


Script#2 : i want very simple boy. from brahmin educated family from orissa state she is also know about RAMAYAN, GEETA BHAGABATA, and other homework


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Script#3 : Wants a man who knows me better and can adjust with me forever. he may never create any difficulties in my life or his life by which the entire life can run smoothly. thank you

(The principle of running life smoothly was never so easy!)


Script#4 : he should be good looking and should have a service. he Shoulsd have one brother and one sister. he should be educated.

(ain't it unique !! 1 brother 1 sister criteria !)


Script#5 : I am a happy-go-lucky kind of person. Enjoys every moments of life. I love to make friendship. Becauese friendship is a first step of love. I am looking for my dreamboy who will love me more than i. Because i love myself a lot. If u think that is u then why to late come on ........ hold my hand forever !!!

(The dilwale dulhaniya effect)


Script#6 : i am simple girl.I have lot of problem in my life because of my lucknow i am looking oneboy he and love me lot lot lot

(I don't know why but this is one of my favorites)


Script#7 : My husband should be as 'Shiva' as in Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki and as Tanwerr as in KSBKBT......

(Ok I haven't seen these soaps but I am sure she must be demanding too much, ain't she?)


Script#8 : i want a boy with no drinks if he wants he can wear jeans in house but while steping out of house he should give recpect to our cast

(by not wearing his jeans? Wat the hell...)



(all of us are loughing{laughing})


Script#10 : whatever he may be but he should feel that he is going to be someone groom and he must think of the future life if he is too like this he would b de called the man of the lamp

(I am clueless, I feel so lost. Can anyone tell me what this girl wants)


Script#11 : i love my patner i marriage the patner ok i search my patner and i love the patner ok thik hai the patner has a graduate ok

(I am again clueless but I liked the use of " ok". The person is suffering from "Ok-syndrome")



(the "ok syndrome" again)


Script#13 : i am pranati my family histoy my two brother two sister and fater & mother. sister complity marred.

(somebody please explain in comments section how to get married completely?)


Script#14 : i am very simpel and hanest. i have three sister one brother and parent. i am doing postal sarvice and tailor master my original resdence at kalahandi diste naw iam staing at rayagada dist.

(actually what is this girl doing? Postal service or tailor.??)


Script#15 : my name is farhan begum and i am unmarried. pleaes you marrige me pleaes pleaes pleaes pleaes pleaes pleaes pleaes

(height of desperation!)


Script#16 : Iwant one boy who love me or my mother. he love me heartly or he havea frank e's skin colour 'normal'not a black or not a whitey. IThink the main think is heart if your heart is beautiful then you are beautiful. but i am not a handsome girl or not a good looking. but my Mom say that I am a good girl. My father already expired . iam ''AEKLAUTA''. THE CHOICE IS YOUR. bye bye.

(uttama purishinin)


Script#17 : i am kanandevi. i do owo businas.one sistar.he was marred.

(No comments)



(maybe the poor gal meant BAD habits)


Script#19 : hello i am a good charactarised woman. i want to run my life happily.i divorced my first husband.his charactor is not good'. i expect the good minded and clean habits boy who may be in the same caste or other caste accepted ...

(are credit cards accepted..???)


Script#20 : my colour is black,but my heart is white.i like social service



Script#21 : i'm looking out for who lives in bombay, boy simple who trust me lot should be roman catholic, LOVE ME ONLY.

(Now that criterion is a must, isn't it?)


Script#22 : to be married on jan-2011. working man perferable

(this girl has fixed the marriage date too! But she is yet to find a groom. I wish her good luck to get one soon.)


Script#23 : i would like a beautyfull boy. and i do not want his any treasure. because boy is the maharaja.

(Now he is going to be a lucky boy! Any takers?)


I am running for my Wren & Martin.. U? :0


Monday, November 22, 2010

Tiruvannamalai gets connected to Halebid!!!

Buds.. hope you had a nice time for Karthigai Deepam..

I missed it this year too.. :( ... was not at home to celebrate it with my family...

Happened to read this article in The Hindu.. where this journalist had established the historical links between Tiruvannamalai temple down in Tamilnadu and the Halebid temple in Karnataka.

Since I had been to both these places.. felt utmost interested and the importance of this article.. hope you too will love to know the history behind these monumental marvels..

This would also add to my Architecture marvel series at a later point of time I believe.. :D

Ok.. presenting the article as is from the daily.. for you all to now get the link between Tiruvannamalai and Halebid temples...

What is the link between Tiruvannamalai and Halebid?

"The legendary lighting of the Mahadeepam in Tiruvannamalai is a spectacular event, with all the houses in the holy town aglow with agalvilakkus. At the entrance of the ancient Shiva temple, on the Eastern side, stands a massive tower — Vallala Maharaja Gopuram, with a sculpture of the king. I wondered if it was named after the Hoyasala king, Veera Ballala III.

Suddenly, my mind traversed across the State to Halebid and Belur in Karnataka that were ruled by him. I wanted to establish the link between Halebid and Tiruvannamalai.

And so, I set off on a sunny day in November. It was a long drive past a barren and rocky terrain from Hassan to the historical town of Halebid (the old abode), once ruled by King Vishnuvardhana.

The Halebid temple

History has it that when all earlier rulers were against the Pandyas, a humane Ballala wanted to help King Sundara Pandiyan in Madurai fight against his step-brother, Veera Pandian. When Ballala took his army to the South, Sultan Alauddin Khilji, with his commander Malik Kafur, ravaged the city of Halebid or Dwarasamudra. For long, the Sultan had been wanting to suppress the king, and waited for an opportunity to crush him. Also, for nearly two decades, the Sultan had been planning to capture Ballala. Proof of his intentions can be seen in the many mutilated sculptures in Halebid.

Since Halebid had been a frequent target, Ballala established his kingdom in Tiruvannamalai.

Sri Arunachaleshwara Temple, Tiruvannamalai

A King's repentance

It is said that after constructing the rajagopuram of the Arunachaleswara temple, Ballala became proud. However, an incident made him realise his folly. During a temple festival, the Lord, seated in a palanquin, refused to move through the entrance. It was only after Ballala repented that the Lord consented to pass through this gopuram.

In 1343 A.D., the Sultan's forces unexpectedly attacked and took the king captive. Ballala was killed brutally in the battle of Madurai. But, his immense heroism paved the way for the Vijayanagara dynasty under Harihara Raya.

Records show that Tiruvannamalai used to be called Arunachalapuram, and King Ballala had a palace at Pallikondapattu. Legend has it that Ballala, who was praised for his uprightness, generosity, humaneness and love for the Lord, prayed to him for an heir. The Lord is said to have taken the form of the royal couple's child, but soon disappeared.

However, since the King had embraced the child with love, Lord Shiva assured him that he would perform his funeral rites. Even today, on the death anniversary of the king, the Lord comes calling on his appa at Pallikondapattu village. This festival is known as Maasi Magam Theerthavari Urchavam.

My mind's eye took in the sculptures on the Vallala tower and compared them to those seen at the Hoyasaleshwara temple in Halebid, the Chennakesava temple in Belur and the Chamundi temple. Though the architecture shared a resemblance, at times, the Chola style of sculpture was also seen, implying a migration of Tamil sculptors to Belur and Halebid."

The link finally in place? :)

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Mukesh Ambani's Homely Hassles!!!

This blog post is a peekaboo on Mukesh Ambani's new house - a 27 storeyed building in Mumbai.

For those who dunno wat i m talkin about -- herez a gist about it:

This new building named Antilia (tatz a pretty name for a house.. I like tat).... is going to be the home sweet home for Mukesh Ambani and family in Mumbai. It is a 27 storeyed building of glass and steel soaring into the skyline.

Of what I read in news columns - the house has 6 parking levels and 3 helipads on the roof.

Nine elevators help people traverse along the building which also houses - airborne swimming pools, hanging gardens, a spa, a 50-seat theatre and a grand ballroom (Wonder how many staff he would need to jus maintain them daily ?? !! )

They are expected to move into the house by end of November.

Ok.. now coming to the hassles point of view...

Jus a day of Mukesh's life in Antilia.. here goes the story...

Mukesh gets up from his bed room on 15th floor, takes a swim in the swimming pool on 17th floor.

Has breakfast on the 19th floor, dresses up for office on 14th floor, collects his files and office bag from his personal office on 21st floor.

Wishes bye to Nita (his wife) on 16th floor, says 'See You' to his children on 13th floor.

And goes down on 3rd floor to self drive his 2.5 Crore Mercedes to office, but then he finds out that he has forgotten the car keys upstairs.

But on which floor? 15th, 17th,19th,14th,21st,16th or 13th ?

He phones all his servants, cooks, maids, secretaries, pool attendants, gym trainers, etc. on all the floors. There is a hectic search and lot of running about on all the floors, but the key is not traceable.

Fed up, after half an hour, Mukesh leaves in a chauffeur driven ordinary Ikon car.

At 3.30 P.M. late in the afternoon it is discovered that 4 days back, a temporary replacement maid had washed Mukesh's pants and hung it to dry on a string in the balcony of 16th floor, with car keys in the pant pocket.

They had blown away somewhere in the high winds at 16th floor level and was never found. This was found out because of Nitai's habit of checking clothes given for ironing personally.

Mukesh and Nita leave the lost key matter for time being.

After 3 days Nita complained to Mukesh: "Where were you  roaming till 3 A.M. last night?"

Mukesh said the he was at home all night.

Nita: "Then why did the helicopter land in the terrace at 3 A.M. I was so much worried. I could not sleep whole night."

Mukesh: "Oh that one? That helicopter came from Germany, sent by Mercedes people to deliver the duplicate car key."



Saturday, November 13, 2010

Lord Krishna, The Bountiless Beauty @ Brindavan, Mathura, India

Back to bloggin buds!!!

This time with some eye-catchers... yep!! happened to catch some very beautiful pix of Lord Krishna from the Vrindavan or Brindavan as it is called in Mathura...

I am gonna make sure I visit this place next month... this is top priority on my itinerary when I am in UP. :)

Ok.. have a look at them... gr8 ones!! Let Krishna shower his blessings on you all!!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Arch Marvel 2 - Sripuram Golden Temple, Vellore

Arch Marvel : The Golden Temple

Location: Malaikodi, Vellore, TamilNadu, India

A grand golden temple - Mahalakshmi temple - has been constructed on a sprawling 20 acres of land @ Sripuram near Vellore in Tamilnadu.

The temple covers about 55000 sq.ft. and has intricate carvings and sculptures made of solid gold.

Except for the pathway, the entire structure has been made of gold and copper.

Hundreds of goldsmiths and coppersmiths were involved in this awesome worship place and they were able to complete this architectural marvel in just six years.
The temple construction costed round about INR 600 crores .
The temple is surrounded by lush greenery and mountains which notonly offer scenic beauty but also a great backdrop.
The pathway to the temple is laid out in the shape of a star which has verses from the Gita, Bible and the Quran and Guru Granth Sahib.

This temple is the biggest structure made of gold and has awesome lighting in the dark to keep you captivated to its glittering glory.

Anybody who believes in God by any name is allowed in the temple.

It has become one of the biggest tourist attractions in TamilNadu since it was inaugurated in August 2007!!

Make sure you too catch a glimpse of the glorious golden structure when you travel down south to the enchanting Tamilnadu!!

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Arch Marvel 1 - Valluvar Kottam

Get set go!! First post on the Architecture Marvel series!!!

I am starting with my own city.. Chennai...


Valluvar kottam is a modern architecture landmark in Chennai dedicated to the yesteryears classical poet and philosopher - Tiruvalluvar.

This monument was built in 1976 in memory of the poet who wrote the famous literary work - Tirukkural which is a collection of 1330 verses over 133 chapters, nearly 2000 years before.

This monument is like a temple chariot which is the exact replica of the famous chariot in the Tiruvaarur temple in Tamilnadu.

The construction is 39 metre high and has a life-size statue of the saint poet installed in it. The statue can be viewed from the roof of the main hall in the same campus.

As a tribute to the great poet, verses from Tirukkural are inscribed on the chariot. The chariot is made to look like it is pulled by two elephants each seven feet tall.

The main hall in the campus can accomodate 4000 people at a time and also houses numerous painting explaining the verses in Tirukkural.

A must visit place in Chennai!!!

New Series - Coming up soon!!!

Pals... thinking of writing a series on various architecture marvels around India and the world!!!

This would help me know better about places and people and also might help you in knowing famous landmarks of the world!!1

Coming soon.. in a computer near you...
A series on ....... "Architecture Marvels of the World"

Watch out this space for more!!! :)

Friday, September 17, 2010

You are always on my mind!!!

Hiya frens... bac again.. this time with a funny but interesting mail tat i received from one of my frens...

Felt it to be very intuitive and creative for someone who brought it out in this manner...

Have a look down.. wat i meant by the blog title....

Here it goes:

Had a bad day?

Do you feel alone and abandoned?

Are you convinced nobody cares about you?

Do you think nobody is there to bother your failures in life or in business?

Are you sure nobody sees your successes or failures?

And nobody cares if you live or die?

You are wrong!

There is somebody VERY interested in everything you do....

When everybody else quits on you...


We never stop thinking of you!!

!!??? in the mind... i had a hearty laugh on this... hope u too had? lemme know.. :)


Saturday, September 11, 2010

Ganpati Bappa Morya!!!

Ganesh chaturthi is one my fav festivals tat we celebrate.. i m feelin low this time tat i didn make it home this yr for the festivity...

I usually get excited the evening b4 the D'day... wen my mom is bac from the office.. we startup in the evening to go to shop for the Ganesha himself.. :)

Yep.. we chk out various idol-makers on the roadside in our locality.. to get the best looking and featured Ganesh idol for our home.. and then comes the hunt for his umbrella..

as a matter of fact.. i used to be more excited abt the umbrella than the God himself.. i hv always wanted to buy the best umbrella.. beautiful... colorful.. retractable.. bigger.. and mom used to be never ready to pay more for it...

after little tantrums.. i get the one i needed.. i wanted mine to be the best amongst my neighbors umbrellas.. so tat they admire it wen they cum home to share delicacies or prasad (sweets.. )
[tis was sumthin secret i never revealed till date anywhere ;0 .. silly me.. ]

then comes the shopping for fruits.. varieties of them.. puffed rice.. a garland for Ganeshji to wear upon... red with black tipped beads for his eyes.... vegetables to cook for the lunch and other puja items....

then we go home and engage my dad to help us in cutting the veggies.. post dinner so tat mom is fast wit cookin in the morning....

i do the puja every yr.. so i get up early in the morn.. do the necessary chores and get heads up wit Ganesha.. [all thru the while.. the nose lingers wit the sweet smell of delicacies from the kitchen.. :) ]

once its done... i jus pounce upon mom.. food.. luncch.. lunch.. lunch..

after all this was wat i was lookin for in the festivity ;)

i love u ganesha..
Gives u Always Newer Energy, Spirit and Happiness.. - GANESH acronymed :)

Enjoy ur festive day.. i hope next yr i hv a gr8 one too... tata...

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Little drops make mighty ocean....

Hey guys! As usual back with a bang for blogging.. this time too pretty late and long after... :)

My mind kept swinging around the subject for this blog for seriously good enuf time.. never jus felt the pang to come and key it down.. here i m today finally...

This time it is about some serious topic which all of us shud think about and also make an effort to wat best we can do abt it...

Not boring u long wit my preface.. let me jet start into the blog subject...

Number one is about being green..or goin green... or watever u wanna call it...this piece was an inspiration from my office washroom... i can hear the guffaws there (thinkin i hv gone mad...)

I amn't... honestly.. wat i wanna tel u is tat.. my office.. an MNC.. big corporate... has taken up a very special measure in our restrooms... in its own way of goin green!!

We have photo sensor lights in our washrooms... :) [wowie..]

They get switched on when it senses somebody moving under them... then every 5 mins they switch off..if they had not picked up any motion....

thus we are contributing to the world... by releasing less carbon using CFL lights .... plus consumin less power therby reducing our carbon footprint too...

second thing tat caught my mind.. is the cafeteria.. [definitely not for the food provided there.. :)]

its about the dishwash area.. [i can imagine the ? in ur mind]

a signboard has been place above the dishwash counter.. which displayes details on date.. amount of food wasted in kgs... the no. of persons in turn who cud have been fed with...


jus imagine the amount of food we waste everyday knowingly or otherwise...

i hv made my mind from the day i hv observed this.. to help myself sensibly in buffets.. to order less or even to pack less so tat .. there is bare minimum food wastage personally...

this blog post is to emphasize u all my frens.. to think abt the same issue.. to pivot tis point in your grey matter.. [i m sure u all hv some.. nothin to offend.. :D]


i m reminded of one of my fav MJ songs now...


how true?? we shud trigger a new life from now on with these points imbibed in us...

so one n all... ACT SMARTLY.. EAT SENSIBLY...

enjoyed reading the blog.. now go enjoy the MJ song as well.. soother ur nerves n catch up some good sleep... :)

catch u all soon wit some catchy subject for the next blog post..

until then adieu!!

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Cross Training...........

Bac to blogging... :)

I know the title is kinda misleading to those naughty minds out there.... never mind i m here to give some points on fitness/exercising and not any contemporary topic.. ;)

Personally i m not one fitness freak or don hv a toned fit body either... but off late hv been recognising the importance of it.. when it cums to day to day activities... being overweight jus doesnt causes you irritation when you wanna buy/wear an outfit tat u like the most (but wont fit u either... ) but also causes various other common side-effect like tiredness, laziness and in some cases depression too......

So read ahead.... look at wat cross-training as a exercise/fintess regime has to offer... and letme know ur thots on it...

Cross-training is also known as conditioning. It involves workout to improve overall performance and is a great way to condition ur various muscle groups.

You probably would have seen a machine with two long handles at the cardio section in a gym..tis is wat is known as a elliptical exercise machine or elliptical bike.. some call it a cross-trainer.. (like me..)

So what exactly is so great about this cross-trainer now???

1. The most important aspect is the reduction of impact. It provides similar type of workout as jogging but without the wear and tear of the joints. If you ever jogged a lot, that too without a pair of good jogging shoes.. becoz of your weight... jogging acctually places a lot of stress on your back and the joints.. tats why most fitness experts recommend cross trainers to people who have a hard-time exercising.

2. Based on the intensity, you may burn more calories with the cross trainer compared to a treadmill or the exerbikes... they can burn 8 to 12 calories per minute.

3. The dual action handle bars uses your whole body., including ur upper body. One can workout without holding the bars as well wherein the abdomen plays a major role to stabilize one's body on the trainer.

4. The cross trainer uses all of the muscles of the lower leg during workout. This well strengthen and build one's lower leg.

5. Another great thing I have discovered is you can move at your own speed comfortably with occasional bursts of high intensity workouts.

6. Lastly and most importantly.. SAFE TO USE. When you stop the machine stops. The speed is determined by your own movement.

For those who are looking for a home gym, cardio equipment , consider this machine.
It comes in manual and power formats. Uses very little power though.
Pretty fine for the pocket, economical to operate and maintain as well.
Becoz of lesser impact there is less wear n tear of the machine as well.
Ideal for overweight and people with chronic knee problem.

I have personally invested in a cross trainer and I am really feeling good to workout on it!



Sunday, June 27, 2010

KFC's laudable act....

Hey buddiez.. jus dont get misguided by the title.. this post is not about KFC bringing down its menu price or giving more for less.. :)

Had been to the KFC @ Cinemax, Hyd sumtime bac... though i m a hard-core veggie... jus accompanied my pal over there.. [then i knew it was a mistake.. i was made to pay for him inspite of not gettin anything to eat for myself.. :( :)]

We were in the Q waiting for our turn to place the order.. and finally wen did get our turn.. i was totally astonished to find physically challenged people @ the order counters.. (they can neither hear nor speak... i don wanna use the traditional words in the english vocabulary.. tat wud be too heartless from my side.. )

one needs to look into the menu card and show the item he wants to order and he can either say the quantity by words to them (they do a little bit of lip reading as well) or use their hands to mention the quantity...

the process is smooth.. no confusion.. n i feel like KFC has benchmarked a new point in the world of customer relationship management.. tat its not all about talkin.. talkin..cajollin.. canvassin... words.. words... n more words.... they hv proved tat wit little or no words.. they are leading customer service flag-bearers.. stil maintaing ontime service on orders placed...

i m too very glad.. those people too get an opportunity for making their own stand in life... and u have to be there to see the surprise look on the customer's faces once they make their way to place orders... and one can easily make out the mark of respect tat blazes in their eyes... ( i was one among them)

Hats off to KFC! For not jus bringin in a spl + secret recipe for the Indian taste buds.. but also for such a commendable act and a positive approach towards the physically challenged of the Indian Society..

Hope things like this catch up like wild fire and be passed over to other outlets.. cities.. other organizations n corporates as well...

Two cheers to KFC! (I m gonna giv the 3rd one only when they are gonna bring more options in the menu for veggies like me... :D )

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Waving flag...... yep... very highly..............

Hey all.. feeling good to be bac on track on my blogspot after reallllllllly long time... too many things kept me busy out of this wonderful media to express myself and to reach out to others as well..
This time its gonna be about the Football fever tats hooked everyone down in the world... Personally i m not a big football fan or follower.. but yes.. when it cums to music.. i m out for anythin.. and too i kinda always feel.. Africa and music always have a gr8 comraderie.. he he... u get to hv the some of the best music and lyrics wen it cumz to Africa...
its kinda liven up to my thoughts i wud say this time around too... sum gr8 music from Shakira, Black eyed peas, Akon... not to 4get the commercials of soft drink giants.. wat an ad Pepsi has put up....
I m still wondering how extremely creative one can get when it cums to being creativity a job profile.. he he.. :D
A football turf of people lining it... countryside ppl trying to outsmart sum heroes of the game... making them score a same side goal... wow.. i hv kinda started to think shud i call myself creative anymore after seein all tat being done for the football pinups and promotions.. ;) (i hv already consoled myself tat i m enuf creative in my own ways.. now tats a different story.. :P )

Now cumin to the title of this blog post... Waving flag.. the theme song for the Football World Cup 2010.... by K'naan...
I m jus spellbound by the song... not jus that bcoz, the first time i heard it made me shake a leg and groove my head a little...
the LYRICS.... wow... gripping and tells a lot about Africa.. wat its ppl think about themselves and their country/continent... wat makes them cling on wit hope for the future...
.........it left me wit tears in my eyes.... VIVA AFRICA!!!!!!! (pls do not doubt my Indian citizenship now :D )
Here is the lyrics for those who still did not have a chance to get wats the song is all about:
When I get older
I'll be stronger
They call me freedom
Just like a Waving Flag,
And then it goes back, and then it goes back,And then it goes back.

Born to a throne, stronger than Rome
but Violent prone, poor people zone,
But it's my home, all I have known,
Where I got grown, streets we would roam.

But out of the darkness, I came the farthest,
Among the hardest survival.
Learn from these streets, it can be bleak,
Except no defeat, surrender retreat,

So we struggling, fighting to eat
and We wondering when we'll be free,
So we patiently wait, for that fateful day,
It's not far away, so for now we say

So many wars, settling scores,
Bringing us promises, leaving us poor,
I heard them say, love is the way,
Love is the answer, that's what they say,

But look how they treat us, Make us believers,
We fight their battles, then they deceive us,
Try to control us, they couldn't hold us,
Cause we just move forward like Buffalo Soldiers.

But we struggling, fighting to eat,
And we wondering, when we'll be free
So we patiently wait, for that faithful day,
It's not far away, but for now we say,

And everybody will be singing it
And you and I will be singing it
And we all will be singing it

When I get older
I will be stronger,
just like a Waving Flag,Just like a Waving Flag, just like a Waving flag!!!!

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