1.The legend of El Dorado – City of Gold, attracted many notorious human land grabbing animals to this continent who slaughtered thousands of our indigenous peoples besides infecting them with their European diseases that resulted in the death of many thousands more.
2. Greenheart and Walaba are two of Guyana’s best hardwoods.
3. Kiss-ka-dee is one of Guyana’s most popular song birds greeting the rising sun with its tantalizing loud melodies as every body wakes up to face the challenges of each new day.
4.Kaieteur is the worlds most famous water-falls with a sheer single drop of over 741 feet.
5. Roraima is the highest mountain and marks the point of a tri-national boundary between Guyana, Venezuela and Brazil.
This song was written as a school song for the children of the Charity and Siriki Primary Schools in Region 2 of Guyana. It paints a word picture of some of the natural resources the country is blessed with and complements the song – “OH HOW HAPPY CAN GUYANA BE!“
It is hoped that through this medium these songs will again come alive and nurtured by generations to come.
As a young man in my late teens and early twenties I used to think that falling in Love was a wonderful experience, but I suffered a rude awakening when faced with reality and huge obstacles. And now it is with pleasure that I share and dedicate this song to everyone who can relate to my situation., particularly those in the Armed Forces, the Military, yes families that have been shredded apart having lost a loved one as duty calls leaving a flood of painful emotions.