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A Keelie

This call and response song from Ghana is a great way of focusing children’s attention and bringing them together.

Used by permission of Ex Cathedra

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Comments about A Keelie

Miss Shababo Report this comment

Posted 4th Mar 2016 05:45

In my class the girls start and the boys reply I love this song and true colours.

Sing Up Team Report this comment

Posted 13th Jan 2016 02:10

Hello Mr Glenn and Ms Rowe,

Thanks for your comments! The translation can be found in the 'Translation' tab of 'Lyrics/Whiteboard':

 

Makolay, do you want to come and play?

Yeah, yeah, I want to come and play.

 

I want to come and play.

I want to come and play,

I want to come and play,

Oh, I want to come and play.

 

I hope this helps! Please get in touch if you have any other questions.

Ms Rowe Report this comment

Posted 13th Jan 2016 05:36

What does it mean please?

Mr Glenn Report this comment

Posted 6th Jan 2016 04:51

Love it - Can any one translate?

Miss Lu Report this comment

Posted 11th Nov 2014 06:15

I love it very much! But I cannot hear the lyric clearly because of the language barrier.

Reece Report this comment

Posted 24th Jan 2014 05:48

Am a choir teacher and my students harmonised this so so well I was in tears!!!!!

Mukendi Report this comment

Posted 25th Jul 2012 06:19

this is gooooooooooooodddddddd, soooooo goooooooooooooood!

Mukendi Report this comment

Posted 29th Jun 2012 07:28

my daughter learnt this song she enjoyed it. it's brill!

Silva Report this comment

Posted 3rd Jun 2012 12:16

very good music

 

Student Nkem-paul Report this comment

Posted 24th Jun 2011 05:06

just so brill for an African girl like me, thx guys for posting this song.

Singup Lovern Report this comment

Posted 10th Jun 2011 07:35

I just love that song

Mum Petitt Report this comment

Posted 8th Apr 2011 08:14

I love it, we have it on all morning

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Posted 7th Feb 2011 07:38

Having visitors from Ghana coming over in March, can't wait to sing it to them to make them feel welcome! I am sure that the children and the teachers will appreciate it! Thanks xx

Sam Cox Report this comment

Posted 9th Oct 2010 05:47

This song is very good and easy to teach to the kids at school and at home. 10/10 sing up!

Mrs Painter Report this comment

Posted 22nd Sep 2010 09:16

What fun! Not only do the children enjoy singing it, the adults do as well.

 

Miss Watts Report this comment

Posted 7th May 2010 06:29

A very effective song that teaches kids another language. It is very phenomenal.

Mrs York Report this comment

Posted 4th Feb 2010 08:11

A cheerful and upbeat song, the children have really enjoyed learning it!

Mrs Smith Report this comment

Posted 18th Oct 2009 07:58

It means: 'Listen, Macolay, do you want to come and play? Yes, yes, I want to come and play.'

I'm a huge fan of this song and so are all the children I have taught it to!

Mrs Turner-Moore Report this comment

Posted 15th Oct 2009 12:23

I think it's a lovely song and would probably be lost in translation.

Mrs Hill Report this comment

Posted 6th Oct 2009 10:19

The children enjoy the song but we are unable to get the translation. It would be nice for the children to know what they are singing.

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