Curtis wrote me…
I have a question that maybe you can help with… My wife is 2nd generation American Lebanese. We recently had twin girls and my wife’s aunt recites what I think is a nursery rhyme in Lebanese while drumming the baby’s hand on the table top. I think what she is saying is “Di Bisolow” repeated while the baby drums her hands on the table. The girls love the game but I have not been able to find a translation. Does this sound familiar? Any information would be appreciated. My wife loves her heritage and would like to try to keep some of the Lebanese traditions.
Thank you for your help.
Please comment below if you can help with this song.
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