램 샘 샘 - A Ram Sam Sam

"A Ram Sam Sam (럼섬 합계)"
노래
모로코
작곡가 전통적인

" A Ram Sam Sam (A rum sum sum) "은 인기있는 모로코 동요 및 게임으로 [1] 전 세계적으로 인기를 얻었으며 "A Ram"및 "Zam Zam"대신 "Aram"과 같은 변형이 사용되었습니다. "샘 샘"대신.

가사, 움직임 및 의미

노래의 가사는 일반적으로 다음과 같습니다.

램 샘 샘, 램 샘 샘
Guli guli guli guli guli ram sam sam
램 샘 샘, 램 샘 샘
Guli guli guli guli guli ram sam sam
rafiq, rafiq
Guli guli guli guli guli ram sam sam
rafiq, rafiq
Guli guli guli guli guli ram sam sam

이 노래는 모로코 방언으로 부르는 아랍어 노래 입니다. "a ram sam sam"이라는 구절은 식별 할 수있는 의미가 없지만 노래의 다른 단어는 다음과 같이 번역 될 수 있습니다. [2]

Guli guli guli : 말해봐, 말해봐
rafiq : 친구, 동반자

게임으로 플레이하지 않을 때,이 노래는 라운드 로 부를 수도 있습니다 .

이 게임은 어린이 그룹이 진행합니다. 노래는 그룹 리더가 부르며 참가자는 일반적으로 다음과 같은 특정 가사 중에 몇 가지 작업을 수행해야합니다.

  • A ram sam sam- 파운드 주먹, 오른쪽에서 왼쪽, 왼쪽에서 오른쪽.
  • Guli guli- 뭔가 끈적 거리는 것처럼 몸짓으로 손을 벌립니다.
  • rafiq- 머리의 양쪽에 집게 손가락을 돌리고 (누군가가 미친 것처럼) 손가락을 위로 향하게합니다.

리버풀 민속 그룹에 의해 노래의 버전 스피 주장, 이스라엘 가수에서 노래를 배운 단어에 있던 것을 가지고 아람어 , [ 표창장은 필요로했다 ] 다음 가사를했다 :

아람 사사, 아람 사사,
Gulli gulli gulli gulli gulli gulli ram ra-sa. (2 배)
아라 미, 아라 미,
Gulli gulli gulli gulli gulli gulli ram ra-sa. (2 배)

The translation they gave was "Get up on your horse and gallop away". When they performed the song, the group would make it an audience-participation song, splitting the audience into two halves and encouraging them to sing it as a round.[citation needed]

Pop culture usage

  • The Spinners included a version of the song on their 1964 album Folk at the Phil, under the title "Aram Sa-sa".
  • Rolf Harris recorded the song in 1971 for Columbia Records with The Mike Sammes Singers[3] This version contains additional lyrics and distinctive arrangement with backing vocals.
  • Sound producer Levon Atayan was one of the first remixers who remixed and named "Aram Zam Zam" (Pop Mix) in January 2009. In some Internet portals the song is called "Zam Zam". This version is used by many children's music and dance groups.
  • Diskoteka Avariya, a well-known Russian band, used the song in their composition "Modnyi Tanets Aram Zam Zam" (In Russian "Модный танец Арам Зам Зам" English title "A Ram Sam Sam: The Trendy Dance") in 2009.
  • Donikkl und die Weißwürschtl recorded a German version "Aram Sam Sam" that charted on the German charts in 2009.
  • Gracey released a Dutch language version in 2011 that reached No. 75 on the singles charts in the Netherlands.[4]
  • Lorenz Büffel recorded a version entitled "Aramsamsam" for his double CD Après Ski Hits 2011.

Sampling

Parodies and adaptations

  • The Jewish educational television series The Magic Door, which aired in the Chicago area from 1962 to 1982, had a theme song "A Room Zoom Zoom", based on the first two lines of "A Ram Sam Sam".[5]
  • The US scouting movement adapted the song using new lyrics: A good Cub Scout / A good Cub Scout / A new Tiger Cub and a good Cub Scout...
  • Fast Food Rockers recorded a version of the common playground and camp song in 2003 under the title "The Fast Food Song" with new lyrics sampling on the refrain and mentioning fast food companies, notably Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken and McDonald's
  • DJ Ötzi recorded a very similar version in German language titled "Burger Dance" in 2003, mainly being an enumeration of the same fast food companies as that of the Fast Food Rockers. The song samples on the refrain of A Ram Sam Sam and some sections of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" particularly "Glory Glory Hallelujah".
  • Pizza Hut used it in commercial campaigns with amended lyrics[citation needed]
  • DieAussenseiter [de] used it in some parts of their first music video, "Aram Sam Sam" being a comic parody of the song with additional lyrics in German and a symbolic use of English lyrics in "Jump, jump, motherfucker".[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ ""A Ram Sam Sam" from Morocco". The Folk Music Experience. Retrieved 2019-01-21.
  2. ^ "A Ram Sam Sam - Morocco". Mama Lisa's World of Children and International Culture. Retrieved 2019-01-21.
  3. ^ "Rolf Harris - A Ram Sam Sam". Retrieved 5 February 2018.
  4. ^ "Gracey - A Ram Sam Sam". shop.berkmusic.nl. Archived from the original on 3 October 2016. Retrieved 5 February 2018.
  5. ^ Neil Gale (February 28, 2017). ""The Magic Door" TV Show, a part of Chicagolands Sunday Morning Programming". The Digital Research Library of Illinois History Journal. Retrieved January 8, 2018.
  6. ^ DieAussenseiter (21 December 2012). "Aram Sam Sam (Official Music Video) HD". Retrieved 5 February 2018 – via YouTube.

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