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GAME VERSE

DEEL LE NE A BITE EL HAGE (SIR NAME)
BOD DU BA EDU BOD DU BA ED
TAKE ME TO THE HOUSE OF THE (FAMILY SIR NAME)
STILL FARTHER ON, STILL FARTHER ON.

Submitter comment: THIS LEBANESE GAME VERSE IS USED BY PARENTS AT THE BED TIME
HOUR. ONE PERSON RECITES THE FIRST LINE, THE OTHERS
RESPOND BY SAYING THE SECOND LINE.
TRANSLATED IT MEANS:

Where learned: PHONE

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Game Verse

Date learned: 10-21-1969

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