The lullaby below is one of my favorite songs, and I have taught it to my two kids. They often request me to sing it to them when they turn in for the night.
Every time I sing this, I can imagine my father strapping me to his back with a thin blanket and gently bending to and fro while lulling me to sleep with his Owwawi. Hay, how I miss those days! :)
*O-wah, owah, o-wah-wi-iyi-i, owah-wi... (2x)
O-wah, o-wah-wi, o-wah, o-wah, o-wah-wi...
Nasigab man-tagibvi-iyi-i, (Baby-sitting is tough)
Maid suyop no labvi, (You don't get to sleep at night)
Anosan ta'n bvobvai-i-i...(We women have to bear it)
Siya't kopyan dji bvo-bva-i, (This is what we were made for)
O-way adjo't ligatmi-i-iyi-i, (Tho we endure a lot)
Man-i-goygoy no labvi, (baby-sitting in the night)
[Notation by Anatalia M. Saboy; Time Signature: 2/4]