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Ayyam-i-Ha is a Baha’i festival that is joyously celebrated in countries and territories all over the world. It is a time of hospitality, generosity, and caring for the needy. It typically falls around the end of February and beginning of March and it is either four or five days long.

HAPPY AYYAM-I-HA – Andy Grammer

February 21, 2020, in Music > Recording Artist, by

Baha’i Blog is super excited to share this fun little song called “HAPPY AYYAM-I-HA” performed by Andy Grammer and written by Andy Grammer, Red Grammer, and Jamey Heath.

Ayyam-i-Ha is a multiple-day Baha’i festival that is joyously celebrated all over the world, and it typically falls around the end of February and beginning of March. It’s a period dedicated to socializing, being hospitable, giving generously to the poor and needy, and preparing for the upcoming Baha’i month of fasting. Everyone celebrates Ayyam-i-Ha differently, and you can find out more about this special time here: An Introduction to Ayyam-i-Ha

Special thanks to Andy Grammer, Red Grammer and Jamey Heath for this fun song, and for letting Baha’i Blog share it with everyone, and below are the lyrics and chords so you can all sing along!

HAPPY AYYAM-I-HA – Written by Red Grammer, Jamey Heath, Andy Grammer

Lyrics & Chords

D A

Daddy's in the kitchen cooking something extra sweet

A D

Momma's singing round the house she starts to dance with me

D G

There's a light inside their eyes that shines this time of year

G D A D

That can only mean one thing Ayyam-i-Ha is here

D

A Ayyam-i-Ha HAHAHA

A

It's so much fun

A

A Ayyam-i-Ha

D

Sharing gifts with everyone

D

A Ayyam-i-Ha

G

Spreading love is what we do

G D A. D

I'm so glad I get to spend Ayyam-i-Ha with you

D

A-y-y a-m-i-h-a

A

Ahahaha

A

A-y-y-a-m-i-h-a

D

Ahahaha

D

With friends to greet, cakes to eat

G

And service we can do

I say (CLAP)

G D. A

Happy A-y-y-a-m-i-h-a-

D

To you

D A

We bake a special batch of cookies, wrap them up and then

A D

Decorate the notes with quotes and share them with our friends

D G

We're gonna have a party it's my favorite time of year

G D A D

I'm so happy cause Ayyam-i-Ha is here

D

A Ayyam-I-Ha HAHAHA

A

It's so much fun

A

A Ayyam-i-Ha

D

Sharing gifts with everyone

D

A Ayyam-i-Ha

G

Spreading love is what we do

G D A. D

I'm so glad I get to spend Ayyam-i-Ha with you

D

A-y-y a-m-i-h-a

A

Ahahaha

A

A-y-y-a-m-i-h-a

D

Ahahaha

D

With friends to greet, cakes to eat

G

And service we can do

I say (CLAP)

G D. A

Happy A-y-y-a-m-i-h-a-

D

To you

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Be sure to check out the following links:

* Andy Grammer: andygrammer.com
* Red Grammer: redgrammer.com
* Jamey Heath: www.jameyheath.com

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Naysan Naraqi

Naysan is passionate about using the arts and media to explore the teachings of the Baha’i Faith. Back in 2011, Naysan started up the Baha’i Blog project, channeling his experiences in both media and technology companies to help create a hub for Baha’i-inspired content online.

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