Sām jiyàn is a Christmas Carol in Babyish languages. Literally it means the Three Wise Men. The theme of the carol is that, when the three wise men left their home to visit Jesus Christ, they walked pass the Babycasèny as well.
The three wise men started their journey from east.
Sām jiyàn héiciŋ zǐ doŋfōŋ
They brought with them gold, five sorts of scenes and Myrrh.
Kwàidai woŋgùm ŋ́höŋ yökbi
When Ice-cream Little Bear saw the three wise men,
Xiuhuŋ gindòu sām jiyàn
His ice-cream look-alike feet became real ice-cream cones!
Xütgougök bǐn aisu-krīm
They saw the shi-no-pi who wetted his pants
Gindòu dām̄ šinopi
見到 dā-m̄ shi-no-pi
They saw many rabbits greeting and greeted them with hongi
Gindòu ji-déŋ ji-déŋ-déŋ
Passing through fields, rivers and valleys
Yütguo tinyä goŋhó sānguk
They met the King with presents
Kwàidai làimùt gīn gwànwoŋ
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