Kaylin Lee Clinton | Terima Kasih

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Terima Kasih

by Kaylin Lee Clinton

The words to this song mean "thank you," and more specifically, "I receive, and I give." All proceeds from this song will be donated to a charity for Balinese children.
Genre: World: Indonesian
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It took a trek up and down a volcano in Bali before Kaylin Lee Clinton, a singer-songwriter based in New York City, was brave enough to begin performing her songs live. On the one-year anniversary of that healing trip, Kaylin is releasing this song as a single in hopes of raising a donation for the children of Bali. She wrote this song on a boat her first day there, and the words in it are "Terimah kasih," and "suksama", respectively the Indonesian and Balinese words for "thank you." The Indonesian phrase actually means, "I receive, and I give," and has been used for centuries as a Tibetan meditation and healing practice. This song will flow through you like liquid gratitude, opening your heart and mind to receive and give.


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