Mama Lisa Now Has a Facebook Group

We’d love it if you’d join the Mama Lisa Facebook Group. You can post anything you’d like about your culture. You can post your own musical recordings or YouTube videos… Links to culture and musical sites… Photos of your country… Questions about songs or cultural issues… Anything related to World Culture and Music…

Click on the icon below to access the group. If you have a Facebook account already, you just need to click on “Join the Group” to join. If you’re not a member, you simply have to sign up for free to become a member and then you can join the Mama Lisa Group…

Mama Lisa's Facebook Group Badge

Looking forward to seeing you in Facebook!

Mama Lisa

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5 Responses to “Mama Lisa Now Has a Facebook Group”

  1. Maha Says:

    I Like Lisa’s Songs.

  2. Colette Rayner (nee Hartley) Says:

    Dear Mama Lisa,
    I am lookiing for the english words of a song which I think is Hindi but not sure, Uppri (appri) Kattappri Pukka Pukka Pahn, Pukro (Pakro) Nahni (naani) Nahna Kukahn (Kakahn). Thats about as close as I can get but at the end the children hold their ears and say chulio chulio or something like that… My mother had servants who used to sing it to us regularly as children….. Thank you Hope you can help…

  3. K Says:

    My daughter has a report to do on Argentina – was thinking there was an ol song …
    “Argentina, Argentina, Argen tina … la lala lala lalala lala laaaaa ….” Sorry – can’t recall any other words than the 3 Argentina’s. Does anyone know the song? We appreciate any help!!! Have a Great weekend!

  4. Michel Deschesnes Says:

    Tout petit enfant j’ai passé des vacance avec ma grande tante iroquoise qui ma baptisé loup docile et je comprend aujourd’hui ce surnom a 65 ans j’ai encore de la difficulté a maîtriser mon caractère une femme réussie mon épouse une française Drôle n’est-ce pas un indien calmé par une française… Toute ma vie j’ai oublié mes origines mais un sage indien a dis un jour ” qui fuis l’appel du loup dans la forêt sera malheureux de ne pas l’écouter ” Lorsque je me promène en forêt l’odeur des sous bois me rappel des souvenir et fais revivre le jeune homme en moi …. Encore aujourd’hui on se moque et ne crois pas en mon histoire mais au fond de moi Un iroquois sommeille un loup docile qui a besoin du clame de la rivière et le vent de la forêt afin de vivre une paix intérieur. merci pour ce beau site.
    Loup Docile

  5. Lisa Says:

    Colette,

    Suresh wrote the following about your question about the Hindi song:

    “Uppri- above/top

    Kataappri? Pakka- ripe/solid pahn- wear/put on, pakro- catch/hold, nanhi (small female child but nahin (no) but naani( grand mother – maternal), I think, should be nanhi) , nanha ( small male child), kahan(where?), Chalo, chalo (means let us go.)

    I wish I had the total poem, it appears to be nice, pieces (words) are missing. Yes, the above one is Hindi for sure. take care, Suresh.”

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