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A Ram Sam Sam

A Ram Sam Sam

“A Ram Sam Sam” is a popular song all over the world. The phrase “a ram sam sam” has no actual meaning. Originally a Moroccan song, Its original lyrics have often been modified. It brought to Israel by immigrants in the 1950s

Most often it is performed by the children’s as an gesture play or action songs or dancing songs where small children must perform some body part actions during the lyrics.

"A Ram Sam Sam" Lyrics

A ram sam sam, a ram sam sam
Tell me, tell me, tell me,
Tell me, ram sam sam
A ram sam sam, a ram sam sam
Tell me, tell me, tell me,
Tell me, ram sam sam
Friend, friend,
Tell me, tell me, tell me,
Tell me, ram sam sam
Friend, friend,
Tell me, tell me, tell me,
Tell me, ram sam sam.

"A Ram Sam Sam" Original Lyrics in Moroccan Arabic

A ram sam sam, a ram sam sam
Guli guli guli guli
Guli ram sam sam
A ram sam sam, a ram sam sam
Guli guli guli guli
Guli ram sam sam
A rafiq, a rafiq
Guli guli guli guli
Guli ram sam sam
A rafiq, a rafiq
Guli guli guli guli
Guli ram sam sam

Note: The word “guli” means “tell me” while “a rafiq” means “friend”.

Here’s the original song in Moroccan Arabic font:

 

الرَّم صَم صَم

الرَّم صَم صَم , الرَّم صَم صَم
ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي
ﯖولِّي الرَّم صَم صَم

الرَّم صَم صَم , لرَّم صَم صَ ,
ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي
ﯖولِّي الرَّم صَم صَم

الرفيق الرفيق
ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي
ﯖولِّي الرَّم صَم صَم

الرفيق الرفيق
ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي ﯖولِّي
ﯖولِّي الرَّم صَم صَم

Frequently asked questions (FAQ's) based on “A Ram Sam Sam”

Answer : This is a traditional song from Moroccan.

Answer : The Rafiq is an Arabic word and Arabic word “rafiq” means companion, friend, mate, comrade or colleague.

Answer : “A Ram Sam Sam” is a popular Moroccan children’s song and game, that gained popularity around the world, other variants were used like “Aram” instead of “A Ram” and “Zam Zam” instead of “Sam Sam”.

Answer : The name Rafiq is a boy’s name of Arabic origin meaning “friend, companion, gentle, kind”.

Answer : This rhyme was firstly published in 1780.

Answer : The song is an Arabic song, sung in the Moroccan dialect. Although the phrase “a ram sam sam” has no discernible meaning, other words in the song may be translated as follows: Guli guli guli: tell me, tell me, tell me. Rafiq: friend, companion.

Answer : The original song is in Moroccan Arabic language.

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