Lonely Birthday Video January Tenth is
a happy birthday song from the Oriental Republic of Uruguay. I
searched for a song reflecting the indigenous culture of Uruguay. I
could not find it. I found out that Uruguay is a melting pot of
Uruguay's population is the result of
quite some Spanish and Italian immigration. There have also been
immigrants from Portugal, France, England, Germany, Austria,
Switzerland, Russia and some Asian countries. Uruguay shows a
heavy European influence.
Independent since 1828, Uruguay is a
democratic republic and the second smallest country in South America.
The official language of Uruguay is Spanish.
It also has a temperate climate that is
very pleasant. Use of marijuana has been decriminalized in Uruguay.
Agriculture, raising cattle and sheep
are a huge part of Uruguay's economy. The people of Uruguay love to eat beef.
Many people in Uruguay love to drink
yerba mate. I found yerba mate to be bit more addictive than tea or
coffee. Many Uruguayans admit that they are addicted to yerba mate.
They carry a thermos, cup and metal straw so they can make and drink
yerba mate wherever they are.
While I was searching for a birthday
song that reflects the indigenous culture of Uruguay, I came across
an incredibly beautiful instrumental created by David So, written as a
I find this instrumental to be the best birthday
greeting until the tenth day of the experiment.
So, on the Tenth day of the experiment
I have found a video from Uruguay that wishes you a happy birthday in
an incredibly beautiful way.
If you find a birthday greeting song
from the indigenous culture of Uruguay, please let me know at Lonely
People Champion Facebook Page.
Birthday to you. Here is the tenth video of the
Your comments are welcome at Lonely
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post your comments.
Happy Birthday To You!
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