A Decent Cameroon Boy

★ A Decent Cameroon Boy Lyrics:

Boy Sings:

“I left my home in Kumba
‘Twas many years ago
I left my home in Kumba
Where palm trees and coconuts grow
Before I left from Kumba, it was already my plan;
To let everybody know that I’m a decent Cameroon boy.”

Girls Sing:

“Hello, passing figure.”

Boy:

“You can hear the girls remark.”

Girls:

“Hello, passing figure, you’re the apple of my eye.
You’re a decent boy from Kumba, that no-one can deny,
Decent hero, decent fellow, decent Cameroon boy.”

Boy Sings:

“If there is one amongst you who wishes to marry me,
I’ll take her to my little home across the Duala sea.
Before I left from Kumba, it was already my plan*
To let everybody know that I’m a decent Cameroon boy.”

Girls Sing:

“Hello, passing figure.”

Boy:

“You can hear the girls are crying.”

Girls:

“Hello, passing figure, you’re the apple of my eye.
You’re a decent boy from Kumba, that no-one can deny,
Decent hero, decent fellow, decent Cameroon boy.”

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