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 (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