Happy playing friends!
We’ve received direct messages from a few people over time for the chords to this song, so we thought we’d post them right here for reference! Feel free to reach out (through the comments below or contact form) if you ever have questions or comments.
Happy playing friends!
If you like our music you can visit us at https://weavingthevine.bandcamp.com/releases
We are making progress with the album. We have taken a bunch of songs off of our SoundCloud as we are re-recording them.
We've never considered ourselves musicians but as we are devoting so much time to music we are discovering how to really hone in on the message and energy we want to express as we play and sing, to relax and flow with the instruments, our voices and the composition as a whole.
We used to wonder whether we should wait till some distant day when we have the proper recording venue, the best instruments, improved musical ability...the right this, or the right that...but we have found that as we humbly share our progress- mistakes and moments of breakthrough all the same -we are learning, growing and having fun all the while!
At this time the most sincere way of expressing what we have learned and experienced from the medicine work of the amazon and from the courageous souls we have met along the way, is through music. We will have a bunch of songs that we have shared in ceremonies in Peru, the Virgin Islands, and New York. Many are our original compositions/transmissions, and some covers will be included which have inspired us along the way.
A preview of our original composition of Om Mani Padme Hum below:
This fresh out of a sacred ceremony.
Everyone was moved to pray in song together.
Like a gentle breeze the voices melded together and drifted through the cool summer twilight hour, honoring the home we love: Planet Earth.
Ide were were nita oshun (e-, d)
ide were were (e-)
ide were were nita oshun (e-, d)
ide were were nita ya (e-, c)
ocha kiniba nita oshun (c, d)
cheke, cheke, cheke (g, c)
nita ya (c, d)
ide were were
“A Yoruba, West African song that sings of Oshun, the goddess of rivers, seashores, and love, and speaks of a necklace, a symbol of the initiation to Love.”
According to Tribes of Creation
"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music."
"Music in the soul can be heard by the universe."