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And eventually all us kids would be singing with her…
that’s until our adolesence (the “too cool to sing along with aunty no more” age) and the advent of walkmans and ipods.
During these early years of a marriage, many young couples will live in the home of the groom's parents (but sometimes also the bride's parents), until they can afford their own home.
My youngish aunty’s favourite song is Brown Girl in the Ring by Boney M. I remember going on long rides through the country to the beach or to church camp, in my aunty’s old van, and she’d sing along with the song: ‘brown girl in the ring, tra-la-la-la-la-la’.
Tiffany’s friends say that she was a great person with a good heart and made everyone smile – LOL. It’s like listening to reports of boyfriends diving to shield their girlfriends. Then I imagine the hoards of sheeple who believe all that crap and the smile progresses into me rolling on the goddamned floor laughing my motherfucking ass off.
Jealous woman suspected a schoolgirl of dating her boyfriend and set up a revenge.
Although my aunty didn’t know the origins of the song, (and probably the meaning of the words) she sang it with so much passion and vigour always pointing to herself or the other girl cousins in the van: “brown girl… ” And I guess back then there weren’t too many songs with “brown girl” in them.
I was reading the SPASIFIKS online magazine, and I wondered over to their new “girls” section.
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