October 26, 2006

Urgent Plea for Music

On behalf of our good friend Giorgio, this blog appeals to anyone out there who can, to kindly provide us with details of that wonderful song in arabic which goes something like:
"tiki tiki tikii, yarabaaaaaba...[something, something], heeeeeey.....
ya tiki tiiki,
tiiiki tiki...."
Any information would be greatly appreciated, so please feel free to leave a comment with at least a clue as to what the title could possibly be or maybe the name of whoever performs the song in question.

We know for a fact that this song is very popular with Stravaraland ministers, who often sing it while being driven to work every morning.

To show his appreciation in advance, Giorgio has kindly furnished all of you out there with this link for your listening pleasure.

5 Comments:

Anonymous HajiMike said...

It was originally an Arabic song which was covered by a singer called Sideris - I think. Once met him, about 10 years ago in some flats behind BMH on the east side of Nicosia. Great human being - definitely packs the dancefloor at a wedding! And I am a proud owner of a 7" vinyl copy - as they say in dancehall vernacular "CHOOON!"

Peace

Haji Mike

27 October, 2006 08:31  
Blogger Giorgio said...

Hadjimike on the mike, that's what I want... Thanks, but what do you call the damn song in Greek cause I couldn't find it for my life.
Fekkiou

28 October, 2006 18:46  
Blogger Psychia said...

hahahahahahah hahahahahaha
haha hahahahahah hahahahahahahahahah ....................................
....................................
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.....................(still laughing)

29 October, 2006 00:43  
Blogger Noullis said...

50 cent? NO - dekaselinos!!

31 October, 2006 06:10  
Blogger Giorgio said...

Somebody help.... I still can't find it, sto Ottomans restaurant tou Grovesnor House sto Dubai http://www.grosvenorhouse-dubai.com/en/eat-and-drink/ottoman.html ebare8ikav va mou paizouv to Tiki Tiki... o Egyptios tze to Sirios pou paizouv outi tze tam tam...

09 February, 2007 09:03  

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