Lyrics & Description of Instrumental nos.
Wake Up Call.
Chorus : I (In Ao-Naga)
Asen lima kumzukang, (Save our land) Asen nisung kumzukang, (Save our people) Asen lima kumzukang, Asen nisung kumzukang.
1. We are a minority, In a very very huge country, Too many influx of immigrants, Demography is turning ugly, This is a wakeup call, To all fellow Naga brethren
Save our land, Save our people, Rise and Stand, Ohoi.......
Repeat Chorus: I
2. I love Howey music, I love my rich culture, Need no imitation, No saturation, This is a wakeup call, To all fellow Naga brethren
Repeat: Chorus I & II
2. Time For A Change.
1. Proud to be born in a beautiful place, But scenario isnÂ’t rosy, Is Isthere someone to clean up the mess? I I pray O God for a change! Howey, Ola hey!2 times
2. Lads will revolt for jobs are sold, No fun riding on countless potholes, Kids canÂ’t watch TV without power, I pray O God for a change! Howey, Ola hey! 2times...........
3. Can we the people, bring the change? When the mandate is already sold. Get ready for a revolution, I pray O God for a change! Howey, Ola hey!.........
3. Voices In Kisama.
This song talks about the colourful Hornbill Festival held annually from 1-7 December at Kisama Heritage Village in Nagaland, India. During the festivities, the various tribes of Nagaland showcase their rich cultural heritage and tradition in one platform. Colourful life and culture are a vital part of all the Naga tribes. Songs and dances form a soul of these festivals through which their oral history has been passed down generations. The Heritage Complex also house World War II Museum, Bamboo Heritage Hall, Bamboo Pavilion, Kids Carnival, Horti-Scape, Food Courts and Stadium for Live concerts, Beauty Pageant, Fashion Shows, etc. A must attend festival!
4. In The Name Of.
1. In the name of religion, In the name of region, In the name of ethnicity, In the name of community, Why do we agitate? Why do we discriminate? Aya aya....... Howey howey....Ooooo.....
2. In the name of territory, In the name of military, In the name of ideology, In the name of theology, Why do we instigate? Why do we fight and hate? Aya aya..... Howey howey.....Ooooooo........
5. World Beneath The Rainbow.
1. In my world beneath the rainbow I go walking down the valley With my friend beside me We cross rivers, hilltops and mountains In that world thereÂ’s space for every one You can breath, you can love ThereÂ’s joy forever.
+Chorus: Hoi, hoi, hoi, the sweet essence of the mountains Beckons me home Where there is love, yeah fresh as ever No one can take my freedom away.
2. In my world beneath the rainbow We join hands, sing and dance The love that binds us together ThereÂ’s no shadow of fear In that world thereÂ’s one thing special The oneness of the people Drives the foes away.
6. Stroll In The Village.
The villages of Nagaland are famous for their rich tradition and tribal culture. The villages basically have an agricultural economy. Different people from different tribes of different villages follow different customs and celebrate different types of festivals. The villagers are skilled in making various types of arts and crafts. The skilled tribal craftsmen and artisans have always been the pillars of the society in Naga villages.
Traditionally the villages in Nagaland were all independent villages having its own form of select council members to rule the village except few villages like that of the Konyak tribe which were ruled by the village King known as Angh .
In days of yore the Nagas had a way of communicating through singing thus it formed an integral part of Naga society. The cries and the chants in the song are age old and use to ease and give enormous energy during wars, dances and various community works.
7. Alone In the Wilderness.
The song speaks about the evergreen forests in Nagaland. The forests and its resources are integral to the life of the Nagas. The Nagaland flora and fauna vividly illustrates the diverse nature heritage that the state is blessed with. The flora of Nagaland is dominated by the growth of the thick wooded trees like the mahogany and timber. Palm, rattan and bamboo trees are also found in the forests of the state. The interiors of the forests are rich in the fauna of Nagaland. Ferocious animals like the leopards and the bears reside in these interiors. Monkeys, elephants, deer, wild oxen, sambar, buffaloes, tiger, wild boar, reside in the wooded forests. The tragopan and the hornbill are popular birds of the state.
Sadly the forest of Nagaland is receding due to its destruction to facilitate Jhum cultivation. The wanton destruction is leading to the gradual depletion of the flora and fauna of Nagaland.