Free Sheet Music | Kum Ba Yah for Easy Piano Solo

May 3, 2009

Kum Ba Yah¬†or Kumbayah means “come by here.” It was first recorded in the 1920s, and has become as favorite around campfires. In the 1950s and 1960s the song enjoyed greater popularity during the folk music revival. It was intended as a simple appeal to God to help those with needs.

Free Sheet Music for Easy Piano

Kum Ba Yah for Piano Solo for Easy Piano Solo

 

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The Bible song “Kum Ba Yah” was originally titled “Come By Here.”

Lyrics
Kum ba ya, my Lord, kum ba ya,
Kum ba ya, my Lord, kum ba ya,
Kum ba ya, my Lord, kum ba ya,
O Lord, kum ba ya.

Someone’s laughing, Lord, kum ba ya,
Someone’s laughing, Lord, kum ba ya,
Someone’s laughing, Lord, kum ba ya,
O Lord, kum ba ya.

Someone’s crying, Lord, kum ba ya,
Someone’s crying, Lord, kum ba yaa,
Someone’s crying, Lord, kum ba ya,
O Lord, kum ba ya.

Someone’s praying, Lord, kum ba ya,
Someone’s praying, Lord, kum ba ya,
Someone’s praying, Lord, kum ba ya,
O Lord, kum ba ya.

Someone’s singing, Lord, kum ba ya,
Someone’s singing, Lord, kum ba ya,
Someone’s singing, Lord, kum ba ya,
O Lord, kum ba ya.

Kum ba ya, my Lord, kum ba ya,
Kum ba ya, my Lord, kum ba ya,
Kum ba ya, my Lord, kum ba ya,
O Lord, kum ba ya.

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