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Cherokee Language Lesson-- Yes, Jesus Loves Me (song)

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Published on Mar 4, 2009

GIDUA Dialect version of "Yes, Jesus Loves Me" this is the one Bushyhead sang. Written here in this format it may help you learn syllabary....Cherokee Language Lesson -- kids sunday school song "yes, Jesus Loves Me" sung in Giduwa (keetoowah) cherokee dialect as sung in Big Cove on the Qualla Boundary in NC.
repeats 3 x-- 1st with phonetics then 2x with the syllabary.
Short and sweet-- "Jesus Loves me, this I know for the Bible Tells me so. Yes, Jesus Loves ME!"
see the syllabary hear the sounds helps to learn them!
remember: Giduwa dialect utilizes the aspirated "h" sound quite often as a dialectical distinctive sound
also-- note-- the vowels are not usually pronounced when speaking but only when written do you see them or as in this case, when it helps to fill in the space when you are singing.
so it would not be said or spoken this way but this is how it would be sung
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