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Don't stop the music
The song is inspired by Michael Jackson's 'Wan'na be Stratin' Something'

Ma ma se, Ma ma sa, ma ma coo sa

His new single 'Wanna be starting something(with AKON)' will be released soon.Emotion: wink

Probably most remembered is the chanted refrain "Mama-se, mama-sa, ma-ma-koo-sa", featured prominently during the song's final bridge. With regard to this chant, writer Mark Anthony Neal says: "The lyrics (utterings really) were taken directly from the music of Cameroonian saxophonist Manu Dibango who broke into the American market in 1973 with his classic 'Soul Makossa '."
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from michael jackson's song "wanna be startin' somethin'"...there is no meaning to it the words are used for the sound effect
This is what i got from Wikipedia.com:The same words are from michael jackson song.

Probably most remembered is the chanted refrain "Mama-se, mama-sa, ma-ma-koo-sa", featured prominently during the song's final bridge. With regard to this chant, writer Mark Anthony Neal says: "The lyrics (utterings really) were taken directly from the music of Cameroonian saxophonist Manu Dibango who broke into the American market in 1973 with his classic 'Soul Makossa '."
they r in duala an african language
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its the sound the sound of microsoft
Makossa meaning, "I dance"
jason mraz was saying this Ma say ma sa, Ma ma coo sa in one of is songs nearly 10 years ago an earlyer as you say, an now the big stars are saying it its a big thing there all copy cats
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