THE WORST AND BEST OF THREE WORLDS
AND NANCY PELOSI’S CONFUSIONS
In Nancy’s confusions, a song was sung which is entitled , “We shall Overcome.” Since that one did not work – how about “Kumbaya?”
The song of “Kumbaya” has been selected as the final picture which gives us a warm, cozy community without conflict. The word is foreign sounding and, initially, had no actual meaning in English and eventually converted this harmless connotation into “Kumbaya, my Lord.” This song was first recorded by an out-of-work English professor, Robert Winslow Gordon, in 1927. Gordon went on a search for black spirituals and recorded a song, “Come by Here, My Lord,” sung by H. Wylie. The song was sung in Gullah on the islands of South Carolina. Gullah is the creole language featured in the Walt Disney production of Song of the South.
Now we have the song being sung to bring everyone back together: