Yoda Chant

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Post by BigWeirdAlFan »

And thank you for writing these here!! :D
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Post by algonacchick »

Yeah, those are the ones I've seen, Autumn, and they seem to be more accurate as to what I'm hearing. I still can't do the chant, though, but it's cool to see it in print.
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Post by BigWeirdAlFan »

Same here. It's tough to do!
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Post by Iellwen »

I wonder what the Hawaiian words mean.
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Post by JebediahChicken »

BigWeirdAlFan @ Aug 4 2007, 12:12 AM wrote: Same here. It's tough to do!
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Post by DonnaNoble »

I can do the one from WAY live, but not the latest concert... Ive seen it twice, but both times i was in such and AIH that I dont realy remember the meledy...
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Post by Scarlatti »

I can nearly, NEARLY do it all. Just gotta get the hang of the african chanty bit and the end and I got it
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Post by Pickle »

The phonetic version sounds more right to me. Something with the rhythm of it... idk.

Maybe I should find it somewhere and burn it to a CD, and listen to it over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and *gets up and walks away*...*comes back next morning* and over and over...

Okay, that was just redundant.
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Post by Orthography Enthusiast »

Iellwen @ Sep 21 2007, 05:24 AM wrote: I wonder what the Hawaiian words mean.
Well, I found this on a discussion forum devoted to the Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland.

I'm pretty sure it's not very accurate, though. :P

I'm not sure about this one. I know that there is no "t" in the Hawaiian language but it is used in certain modern Hawaiian songs.

I know the following (correct me if I'm wrong here):
"Auwe" means "Oh" or "Ouch".
"Pili" means to "cling" or "hold on to something".
"Wai" is "water" or "liquid".
"Lua" is a "hole" or "a bathroom".

So the song is:

Oh, "Oh, I will hold my water, as there is no bathroom". I always wondered.....
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Post by minnick27 »

Makes sense to me.
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