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The 12 Days of Chamorro Christmas Song

Hey. I was thinking. Isn’t it just 12 days left until Christmas? Well then. It’s time to break out the guitar, and some vocal chords and join in with us as we sing the 12 Days of Chamorro Christmas (in the islands). My children and I share their talents with you all. So that you can sing along, I’ve pasted the lyrics below. Gather the young kids around the computer, press play, and start singing. Just be silly, and enjoy time together during this special time of year. Felis Nabidat to each and everyone of you.

After you try your act at singing with your kids (or significant other), check out our 12-Days of Chamorro Christmas Card, Apron & Women’s Shirt all on http://GerardAflagueCollection.Com – Enjoy!

The Lyrics to the 12-days of Chamorro Christmas – Written by Gerard Aflague

1. On the first day of Christmas my nana gave to me – a gayu on a coconut tree

2. On the second day of Christmas my nana gave to me – two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

3. On the third day of Christmas my nana gave to me – three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

4. On the fourth day of Christmas my nana gave to me – four fat fanihi, three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

5. On the fifth day of Christmas my nana gave to me – five bi’na’du, four fat fanihi, three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

6. On the sixth day of Christmas my nana gave to me – six sailing sak’man, five bi’na’du…four fat fanihi, three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

7. On the seventh day of Christmas my nana gave to me – seven swimming ha’gaan, six sailing sak’man, five bi’na’du…four fat fanihi, three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

8. On the eight day of Christmas my nana gave to me – eight big ayu’yu, seven swimming ha’gaan, six sailing sak’man, five bi’na’du…four fat fanihi, three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

9. On the ninth day of Christmas my nana gave to me – nine quick gue’li’ek, eight big ayu’yu, seven swimming ha’gaan, six sailing sak’man, five bi’na’du…four fat fanihi, three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

10. On the tenth day of Christmas my nana gave to me – ten chi-chi-rika, nine quick gue’li’ek, eight big ayu’yu, seven swimming ha’gaan, six sailing sak’man, five bi’na’du…four fat fanihi, three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

11. On the eleventh day of Christmas my nana gave to me – eleven dancing pung’lao, ten chi-chi-rika, nine quick gue’li’ek, eight big ayu’yu, seven swimming ha’gaan, six sailing sak’man, five bi’na’du…four fat fanihi, three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree

12. On the twelfth day of Christmas my nana gave to me – twelve pink ali-ling, eleven dancing pung’lao, ten chi-chi-rika, nine quick gue’li’ek, eight big ayu’yu, seven swimming ha’gaan, six sailing sak’man, five bi’na’du…four fat fanihi, three ko’ku birds, two carabao, and a gayu on a coconut tree.

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