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Columbus day is recalled or celebrated by most nations to check the time Christopher Columbus found America. Numerous nations in the New World and somewhere else commend the celebration of Christopher Columbus' entry in the Americas, which happened on October 12, 1492, as an occasion or authority festival.

The arriving is commended as Columbus Day in the United States, as Día de la Raza ("Day of the Race") in numerous nations in Latin America, as Discovery Day in the Bahamas, as Día de la Hispanidad and Fiesta Nacional in Spain, as Día del Respeto a la Diversidad Cultural (Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity) in Argentina, as Día de las Américas (Day of the Americas) in Belize and Uruguay and as Giornata Nazionale di Cristoforo Colombo or Festa Nazionale di Cristoforo Colombo in Italy and in the Little Italys around the world.These occasions have been praised informally since the late eighteenth century, and authoritatively in different territories since the early twentieth century.

I bring you some of the music lyrics used for this celebration and remembrance.




Columbus day Music Lyrics

The following are some of the music lyrics composed to tell all the story about christopher columbus and his discover. Enjoy.

Pariah - Columbus day lyrics

 

   Columbus day is when my heart stopped beating,
The motherfucking pigs wont stop feeding off
All of the death and destruction and doom
Brought around by his firey tomb
From the day of the Nina The pinta the santa maria
The wretched little man who's best idea
To doom himself, he did quite well,
In dooming him and his god to hell

Chorus:
Columbus wasn't the onlyt one to bring a plague
Also us in our empty hearts we made
Our little icons of america the free
Our little pop culture to which or survival is key
Well mothafucka what do you do
When our culture is poisoned too
We're tainted from the inside out
You shall see very soon when your life runs out

A celebration of the massacre of the gracious
I wonder what expression was on their faces
When their newfound gods pulled out the steel
There worst nightmares had just become real
Slaying them flaying them like a little pig
Did they know that such a gruesome day would be made so big
To all the preschoolers, this isnt so tame!
Oh well what the fuck, its in gods name

Chorus

Do not get me wrong
The point of the song
Is o shove in your faces what you have pushed away
This dark dark bitch of a holiday
Kiddies realize that just because you don't hafta go to school
Doesn't make mass genocide very cool
Your parents and your teachers have lost their morals
And here I present my quarrel,
My evidence that somewhere the world went askew
How is this better than the murder of the jews?
A holiday based on the first hlocasut
How the fuck were our brains so badly lost?
When we actually made this a celabration
Of the thirst for blood worse then your news station
To all the preschoolers, this isnt so tame!
Oh well what the fuck, its in gods name

Chorus

King Missile – Columbus Day Weekend Lyrics

(spoken)
Today we went upstate and picked raspberries. Of course, 
I prefer blueberries. But the air was so crisp, the grass so green, 
and the leaves were just beginning to turn. 
What a wonderful way to spend a Monday!

Sunday wasn't so wonderful. 
We played billiards (I lost),
then watched a squash match. 
It was dreadfully boring. I abhor squash.

But Saturday's pheasant dinner was sublime, 
delightful. It was a shame about the chap who got
 the bone stuck in his throat, but the ambulance 
arrived in minutes, and I'm sure he's all right.

And, although it was more than mildly revolting, 
I must confess I could barely contain my amusement 
when our host went into convulsions, began spitting up blood, 
and then exploded, caking the walls as well as our clothing 
with half-digested food and internal organs.

All in all, it was a superb and recuperative three-day weekend. 
But tomorrow, it's back to the grindstone.

 A Brand New World (childrens's song ) By Ben Stiefel

Columbus first discovered
An island, it's true
He named it San Salvador
in 1492

Chorus
New, New World
New, New World
Yes, Columbus discovered
A brand new world
New, New World
New, New World
Yes, Columbus discovered
A brand New World

He thought it was the Indies
Named the people Indians
but a new world was discovered
'round the globe that ever spins
(repeat chorus)
(instrumental solo)
(repeat chorus)

Columbus' first voyage
To lands so new
Like the country of Cuba
Hispaniola, too
(repeat chorus)

Christopher Columbus By Kathleen Wiley

Christopher Columbus was an Italian
His whole life he wanted to be a sea captain
He grew up in Genoa and followed the stars
He always knew in history he’d play a great part.

Christopher Columbus was a sailor we know
There were so many places that he wanted to go
Some people thought the world was flat but Christopher knew
The world was round and he’d go out and he’d prove it too...
Now Christopher, he wanted to go to India
He needed ships and sailors so he went to King John
But Portugal could not give him the ships that he needed
Off he went to Spain...to Isabella he’d plead.

The Nina, and the Pinta and the Santa Maria
Were the 3 ships that Columbus got from Spain’s queen
The crew came from the prisons and from intrepid souls..
Columbus was the only one who WANTED to go...

Christopher Columbus was an Italian
His whole life he wanted to be a sea captain
He grew up in Genoa and followed the stars
He always knew in history he’d play a great part.

In August, 1492 Columbus set sail....
His hopes were high because he knew that he could not fail...
As time went on the food got sparse, the water got low...
The crew wanted to go back but Columbus said no...

A mutiny was in store but Christopher said "OK....
If we don’t see land in 3 days, you’ll all get your way..."
The next day signs of land appeared and Christopher knew...
That land was near...The crew relaxed, ‘cause they knew it too...

They found some men and since they thought they’d found India
He thought that gold and spices would be soon rounded up...
He called the people Indians, then took them back home...
But interesting though they were, people said "Where’s the gold?"

Christopher Columbus was an Italian
His whole life he wanted to be a sea captain
He grew up in Genoa and followed the stars
He always knew in history he’d play a great part.

The first of 4 trips started out a promising phase...
The last of 4 trips broke him and he died in disgrace...
But now we know he found us not a way to the east
But a new land where hope abides and man find peace....
Christopher Columbus was an Italian
His whole life he wanted to be a sea captain
He grew up in Genoa and followed the stars
He always knew in history he’d play a great part.

Columbus By Ron Brown

Way back in 1492
All the people thought the world was flat
But young Columbus simply disagreed
The earth was round, he was sure of that.

Way back in 1492
The queen of Spain gave him three strong ships.
He headed West on the ocean blue,
In search of the Indies and a treasure or two.

Sail away Christopher Columbus
Sail away on the deep blue sea
Sail away Christopher Columbus
On the Nina and the Pinta and the Santa Maria
Look what you have found!

Sail away Christopher Columbus
It's a new world big and round.

Sail away!

Columbus Revisited By Two of a kind

One day - some strangers came to Jaimie's door;
    stranger than he'd seen before,
    with antennas on their heads.
They said - that they came all the way from Mars;
    they came here in their spaceship cars,    
    which looked like great big beds.
They came to prove to all the Martians,
that the universe was really curved (not round!)
They were looking for a short-cut to Pluto
and here is what they found!

Jaimie - was polite and said hello,
    he didn't tell them they should go
    back to where they came from.
The Martians - said "We have found Pluto.
    We are smart and so we know
    exactly where we've come."
Jaimie tried to tell them that they were wrong;
he'd always called the Earth his home
But they wouldn't listen, they called him primative;
and then they told him he would have to go.

Jaimie - didn't really want to fight;
    they were so sure they were right
    that Pluto was what they'd found.
So he - sat down on his front porch step
    and tried to figure how the heck
    he could turn this thing around.
Jaimie remembered how the Indians
believed that the Earth was here to share.
We should all live together peacefully
upon this little planet, so fair.

Jaimie - took the Martians by the hand;
    he explained that there was land
    enough for everyone.
They learned - that they could get along;
    play some games and sing some songs
    and have a lot of fun, and have a lot of fun,
    so they had a lot of fun!

Columbus Day Poem - IN 1942 Columbus sailed the blue ocean

IN 1492

    In fourteen hundred ninety-two
    Columbus sailed the ocean blue.

    He had three ships and left from Spain;
    He sailed through sunshine, wind and rain.

    He sailed by night; he sailed by day;
    He used the stars to find his way.

    A compass also helped him know
    How to find the way to go.

    Ninety sailors were on board;
    Some men worked while others snored.

    Then the workers went to sleep;
    And others watched the ocean deep.

    Day after day they looked for land;
    They dreamed of trees and rocks and sand.

    October 12 their dream came true,
    You never saw a happier crew!

    “Indians! Indians!” Columbus cried;
    His heart was filled with joyful pride.

    But “India” the land was not;
    It was the Bahamas, and it was hot.

    The Arakawa natives were very nice;
    They gave the sailors food and spice.

    Columbus sailed on to find some gold
    To bring back home, as he’d been told.

    He made the trip again and again,
    Trading gold to bring to Spain.

    The first American? No, not quite.
    But Columbus was brave, and he was bright.



Is there school on columbus day?

The above question is what most people ask about columbus day. Well the answer to this question depends on your country whether they celebrate columbus day and your state. I have done my best to bring you some of the state not supporting columbus day.

Hawaii, Alaska, Oregon, and South Dakota are U.s. states that don't perceive Columbus Day whatsoever, however Hawaii and South Dakota mark the day with an option occasion or recognition. Hawaii commends Discoverers' Day, which recognizes the Polynesian pioneers of Hawaii on the same date, the second Monday of October, however the name change has not finished dissent identified with the recognition of Columbus' discovery. 

The state government does not treat either Columbus Day or Discoverers' Day as a legitimate holiday; state, city and province government work places and schools are open for business. South Dakota praises the day as an authority state occasion known as "Local American Day" as opposed to Columbus Day. 

Oregon does not perceive Columbus Day, not as an occasion or a remembrance; schools and open business locales remain open. Iowa and Nevada don't celebrate Columbus Day as an authority occasion; then again, the representative may be "approved and asked for" by statute to broadcast the day every year.In Nevada, this likely has less to do with any complaint to the festival of the day than the way that it is moderately near Nevada Day, and schools and banks must be shut for such a variety of days.

Columbus Day Controversy, Opposition and Criticisms.

Resistance to Columbus Day dates to in any event the nineteenth century where activists had looked to destroy Columbus Day festivals on account of its relationship with migrants and the Knights of Columbus. They were perplexed it was being utilized to stretch Catholic influence.

By far the more regular resistance today, denouncing Columbus' and Europeans' activities against the indigenous populaces of the Americas, did not pick up much footing until the recent a large portion of the twentieth century. This resistance has been led by indigenous groups, however it has spread into the standard.

There are two primary strands of this investigate, which are interrelated. The primary alludes principally to the indigenous populace breakdown and remorseless treatment towards indigenous people groups amid the European colonization of the American landmasses which took after Columbus' disclosure. Some, for example, the American Indian Movement, have contended that the obligation of contemporary governments and their subjects for supposedly continuous demonstrations of genocide against Native Americans are conceal by positive Columbus myths and festivals.

These pundits contend that a specific understanding of the legacy of Columbus has been utilized to legitimize their activities, and it is this abuse of history that must be uncovered. F. David Peat affirms that numerous social myths of North America bar or lessen the society and myths of Native Americans. These social myths incorporate thoughts communicated by Michael Berliner of the Ayn Rand Institute guaranteeing that Western human advancement brought "reason, science, independence, independence, aspiration, and profitable accomplishment" to an individuals who were situated in "primitivism, enchantment, and socialism", and to a land that was "inadequately possessed, unused, and underdeveloped".

 American anthropologist Jack Weatherford says that on Columbus Day, Americans praise the best waves of genocide of the Indians known in history. American Indian Movement of Colorado pioneer and dissident Ward Churchill takes this contention further, battling that the mythologizing and festival of the European settlement of the Americas in Columbus Day make it simpler for individuals today to abstain from assuming liability for their activities, or the activities of their administrations in regards to indigenous populaces. He wrote in his book Bringing the Law Back Home:

High on the rundown of those outflows of non-indigenous sensibility [that] help the propagation of genocidal approaches against Indians are the yearly Columbus Day festival, occasions in which it is baldly affirmed that the procedure, occasions, and circumstances depicted above are, best case scenario, either adequate or immaterial. All the more frequently, the estimations communicated by the members are, beyond all doubt, that the destiny of Native America encapsulated in Columbus and the Columbian legacy is a matter to be candidly and excitedly cheered as an unrivaled "help to all humankind". Certainly, the circumstances of American Indians won't — actually can't — improve so long as being what is indicated disposition are considered socially satisfactory by the standard people.

Columbus Day Movie Trailer (2008 movie)

 

 




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