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9 thoughts on “ Fais Do Do ”

  1. Kagaktilar says:
    History and Etymology for fais-dodo Louisiana French, from French (baby-talk) fais dodo! go to sleep!; probably from the fact that small children who attend the dances are expected to go to .
  2. Voodook says:
    Fais Do-Do is a gumbo of eclectic music and diverse people coming together to build a stronger community by offering exposure to new cultures, foods, sounds, and philosophies. Showcasing the best of Los Angeles' blues, jazz, world, comedy, funk, soul, rock, Brazilian salsa, and retro scenes, Fais Do Do always promises a good time. /5(63).
  3. Kajizragore says:
    noun, plural fais-do·rescadablivele.stefebdicompsagriadergfoundtalawsafet.coana. a country dance party.
  4. Akimuro says:
    The best of Los Angeles music -- blues, jazz, world, comedy, funk, soul, rock, Brazilian salsa, and dance. Always a good time, and delicious food.
  5. Samull says:
    By most accounts, the term fais do-do(with dopronounced dough), in contemporary Louisiana parlance, refers to a public dance of some sort, often one held on a Sunday afternoon, usually involving an accordion and fiddle-led band and lyrics.
  6. Shabei says:
    " Fais Do Do " is a song from the Yummy Yummy album. It is a French lullaby, which means to go to sleep.
  7. Faeshura says:
    A yummy song of milk and chocolate, Fais Dodo, is delectable lullaby for your little one. Here are the lyrics for Fais Dodo, and parents can sing in English, though the French lullaby is far more très chic. The song is often confused with the Cajun party dance “fais do-do”, but the festive Cajun dance is a far cry from a soothing lullaby.
  8. Grokree says:
    The French term literally means to "make sleep", but in the Cajun culture, a fais do-do is a big party, where dancing and festivities last long into the night. Le Fais do-do specializes in events of every size and budget. We house over ten thousand square feet of on-site inventory.
  9. Mak says:
    Though the French translation of “Fais Do-Do” is an expression to tell children to go to bed, the venue is one of the few 18+ music venues in the city where kids of legal, voting age can come hang out late into the night for small club shows, larger ballroom events and soon breakfast tacos in the morning (after we all emerge from Coronageddon).

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