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Mama ama dri ka drici (our grandmother is suffering)
This song is about an old woman who was once an important person but due to old age her efforts have reduced.
Kaluma (Vu eb'e ma a'dite)
This song is an expression of the effect of loosing relatives.
Ociri sa madua wa
This song tells why marrying a second wife should not be criticized.
The interview about Ding ding dance.
The interview enlights on what Ding ding dance for the Madi is all about and how it is different to the Acholi dance.
Ociri o'du ku
Do not marry prostitutes for they are burdensome.
Amu ecara nyedu kome (get a chair for visitors).
This is a song used for praising women.
Madi koru ojja ga (Madi are going to fight).
This is a war song expressing the Madi anger against the Acholi people.
This is a welcome song performed usually in during social occasions.
This song is mainly performed as a way of seeking for a token of appreciation after dance performances.
This is a song compossed to thank the government for its good work.