Sunday, January 15, 2012

Franco masterpieceful song


I just found this music to be so beautiful and able to bring some enjoyment into the music I know. This song is a incredible masterpiece and this is the song where this man proves his greatness and he shows why he is a legend and most others are so average.

I am speaking of Grand Maitre Franco. Franco makes a song that makes him stand out big time. He makes a song that is beautiful and acoustic. The song is called Likambo Ya Ngana. This song, he plays acoustic guitar and once again he proves the greatness which says why Franco is the greatest guitarist. He plays his guitar so well and with the beautiful female chorus. It makes the song so unique.

Here are the translation lyrics from a Congolese person.

Chorus (by women)

Bomba makambo eee (Hide stuff)

1.
Likambo ya ngana (Some other people's stuff)

Soki omoni (If you happen to see [them])

Bombaka na motema (Hide [them] in your heart)

Ekoluka ndongo (It could fetch serious trouble)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

2.

Likambo eboma mboka (Stuff that destroy a place (city, country, etc))

Bilobaloba (Chatter)

Likambo eboma mboka (Stuff that destroy a place)

Songisongi (Calumny)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

3.

Zala na mayele (Be wise/intelligent)

Soki oyoki likambo (If you hear stuff)

Zala na mayele (Be wise)

Tango bakotuna yo (When they ask you about it)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

4.

Obimi (You go out)

Yo na moninga (You and a friend)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

Bosali ndoki (You do "sorcery" (bad stuff))

Bombaka na motema (Hide it in your heart)

Ekoluka matata (It could fetch trouble)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

5.

Okei mboka ya bato (You go on foreign land)

Okuti likambo (You find an event)

Soki ozongi (If you get back home)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

Bombaka na motema (Hide it in your heard)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

[Spoken by Franco:]

Ah (Ah)

Likambo eboma mboka (Stuff that destroys a place)

Bilobaloba (Chattering)

Songisongi (Calumny)

Bikumbakumba (Carrying [stuff] to and fro)

Bimemamema (Carrying [stuff] to and fro)

Bikundolakundola (Digging here and there)

Likambo bakundaki (Stuff that was buried)

Yo oke kokundola (You go and dig it up)

Ah (Ah)

Soki oke na ndako ya moninga (If you go to a friend's home)

Soki okendeki kolia (If you went to eat)

Lia (Eat)

Soki okendeki kosenga (If you went to beg)

Senga (Beg)

Soki okendaki po ozangi (If you went there because you got nothing)

Vanda (Sit down)

Tala (Look around)

Tika kokumba makambo ya ngana (Don't carry someone's stuff)

[Chorus resumes]

6.

Likambo eboma mboka (Stuff that destroys a place)

Bilobaloba (Chatter)

Likambo eboma mboka (Stuff that destroys a place)

Songisongi (Calumny)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

7.

Zala na mayele (Be wise/intelligent)

Soki oyoki likambo (If you happen to hear stuff)

Zala na mayele (Be wise)

Tango okofunda moninga (When you rat on your friend)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

8.

Obimi yo na moninga (You go out with your friend)

Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

Bosali ndoki (You do "sorcery")

Bombaka na motema (Hide it in your heart)

Koyebisaka te (Don't tell)

This song makes Franco a big legend and this song is why Franco is so unique. Franco will be missed for a long time. Franco was the genius.



Bandeko (Brothers and sisters)

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