Collier, Jacob - Dun Dun Ba Ba (Interlude) Lyrics




Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Under the moon, I saw you there
Under the moon, I saw you there
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Under the moon, I saw you there
Under the moon, I saw you there
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Under the moon, I saw you there
Under the moon, I saw you there
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Under the moon, I saw you there
Under the moon, I saw you there

Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Down to the river, don't you dare
Down to the river, don't you dare
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Down to the river, don't you dare
Down to the river, don't you dare
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Down to the river, don't you dare
Down to the river, don't you dare (Don't you dare)
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Down to the river, don't you dare
Down to the river, don't you dare

Baila con el ritmo que nunca para de acelerar

Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Follow the mountain, best beware
Follow the mountain, best beware
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Follow the mountain, best beware
Follow the mountain, best beware
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Follow the mountain, best beware
Follow the mountain, best beware
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
Follow the mountain, best beware
Follow the mountain, best beware
Follow the mountain, best beware

Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
End of the world now say your prayer
End of the world now say your prayer
Dun dun ba ba mo di fwe
End of the world now say your prayer
End of the world now say your prayer
Hey!





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Collier, Jacob Dun Dun Ba Ba (Interlude) Comments
  1. Mendes

    Wakanda vibes

  2. Alex Harvey-Arnold

    1:32 Woah, the claps are the same rhythm as the cowbell in Hideaway, but in a different time signature

    OfficerMarmalade

    Afro Cuban Bembe!

  3. Filip Vargek

    Unique , an all time legend !! https://youtu.be/pEnHf0xtHVs

  4. Ben Kim

    FYI according to Google translate "dun dun ba ba mo di fwe" means "I'm very happy" in Yoruba, one of West Africa's most dominant non-European or Arabic languages


    Incredible song as always, Jacob.

  5. Supposedly in Tears

    *Follow da mountain*

  6. CloakedCedric

    This voice sounds 100 times better that your normal singing voice.
    Please just always do this to your voice from now on, I never wanna hear your real voice ever again in your songs xD

  7. Euan Mangan

    I love the rest of this album but for some reason I hate this song with a burning passion

  8. Andy

    Anyone know if dun dun ba ba mo di fwe means anything in any tongue?

    benagain _

    Andy After putting it into google translate, it recognized it as “Yoruba” and said, “I am very happy.” I’m not sure if that’s right though.

  9. Funkywoky

    Jacob is a strong and independient wamen.

  10. Peter Crouch

    This dude is phase shifting polyrhythms within polyrhythms!! Bonkers...

  11. anaissarah Chevillot

    Amazing 🎶🎶🎶

  12. Electronic Angels

    Is it you Jacob ? Especially the higher voice .... Strange ... Using a voice transformer (processor)? Nice

    Harry Pope

    Electronic Angels he slows the vocal file down then speeds it up again I think

  13. ppeppe

    Does anyone else recognise this rhythmic concept from the 'clap / stamp' audience participation from the Djesse Vol 1 tour ?
    I loved it then. And I this!
    Great work as ever, Jacob 😘

  14. Splangus

    Fav... or Do you feel love

  15. Floyd Escala

    I have a new ringtone!!!

    John ray Escala

    Floyd Escala ako rin haha

  16. Queen Parker

    Yooo I’m in love

  17. zawette

    holy shit , i had no idea this was in english

  18. Caroline Nguyen

    Omgg so coollll

  19. Peter Crouch

    I need June Lee to transcribe the rhythm's in this..

    homerles

    It's already been

  20. Reagan Lopez

    JC.. u genius..

  21. Ilia Tilev

    Jacob keeps droping this gems like it's nothing. 😁

  22. johnnovotny52

    THAT is wonderful! love those sounds! Thanks Jacob!

  23. Moriarty mcG

    What language is this?

    Cale Budd

    English believe it or not

    木山

    English and Spanish.

    Baila con el ritmo que nunca para de acelerar.

    Dance with the rhythm that never stops accelerating.

  24. Sebas Musician

    That polyrhythm tho

  25. Andy Chamberlain Music

    Ah a shepard groove! I tried to make a shepard groove a couple years ago, it didn't sound good. Good thing we have Jacob to do it right lol

    胡david

    @Keith Penguin read description

    Keith Penguin

    I didn’t read the description, I must be losing my marbles. After looking into this though, he should have called it a Risset Groove (after the Risset Rhythm that this is an example of), but I guess that doesn’t conjure up the same ethno-rustic folk vibes as the ‘shepherd’ allusion 👍🏿

    Abraham Frandsen

    @Keith Penguin the Shepard tone is named after Roger Shepard, it's not a pastoral allusion. Agreed that Risset already did something like this, although the execution here is different to Risset's approach, it appears.

    Keith Penguin

    Abraham Frandsen You’ve misunderstood my point. I know what the Shepard scale is. I’m suggesting Jacob preferred to call this a ‘Shepard Groove’ rather than a ‘Risset Groove’ because of the poetic allusion to sitting around a campfire after sunset making music after a hard day tending to the goats, which other aspects of this track also conjure up (the crackling fire and generally rustic sound design , the choice of musicians, the African folk melody thing). ‘Risset Groove’ isn’t as picturesque, it sounds more scientific. But from my investigation into the Risset Rhythm this track features an exactly similar device. He even mentions it in the description (half speed at the same time).

    Abraham Frandsen

    @Keith Penguin Ah, I suppose it's possible that's what was in Jacob's mind...

  26. Juan Kolemar Cahya

    Kerennn sekali brother

  27. Tony Winston

    I like this a lot. Doesn't sound at all like the beatles, hehe

  28. Daniel Isaza

    Baila con el ritmo que nunca para de acelerar

    D. prest

    JAJAJAJAJA no se porque me dio mucha risa xdd

  29. Johnnyboy 123

    This is amazing!

  30. BFDT

    Groove-y!!!

  31. Angel Balán

    Excellent sound and visual experience. It is an extra musical sensation, it is felt in the organic and essential of the human. Being human, it is like this, images and constant rhythm (fast, slow, etc.) Congratulations !!

  32. Cliff Smith

    Oh my god I can’t believe this is you singing 😱

  33. Jonas Twingler

    😘😘😘

  34. Naveh Raz

    This is absolute FIRE. 0:48 - כוסעמק

    Josh N

    Name that polyrhythm

  35. Guy R

    The amount of logic session crashes during djesse should top the entire earth's population

    Andy Chamberlain Music

    okay good joke but why on this one?? This is probably the song with the fewest tracks of anything on Djesse so far (other than Time To Rest Your Weary Head)

    Abraham Im

    @Andy Chamberlain Music because he just thought of it while listening to this one?

  36. Adam Dorfman

    So magical jacob💛