Sarah wrote asking for help with a childhood song that her father used to sing to her. Here’s what she wrote…
My father died [recently]… While rolling through memories of him & my childhood a song kept repeating.
We were an Air Force family & had been stationed at Lajes Field AFB [in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores] when I was a small child. The terrible rains and winds used to frighten me. Daddy would sing me a song he had picked up while we were there to calm me.
I don’t speak any Latin language, so I don’t know what he was singing.
I can recall phonetically the words. If you could help me that would be so awesome
saw duh feen
ba va tha reen’
Again its in American English phonetics.
Thank you, Sarah
If anyone can help Sarah, please let us know in the comments below.
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