Lagu Patriotik Masa Sekolah Dulu

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bendera berkibar

Hanya beberapa hari lagi, Hari Kemerdekaan kita akan tiba. Kali ini untuk kali yang 50. Masa kanak-kanak dulu, hari kemerdekaan yang kita tahu adalah hari cuti dan paginya ada siaran langsung perbarisan di televisyen. dan yang seronok ditonton ialah perbarisan oleh tentera dan polis. kemudiannya selepas tamat perbarisan ada kartun khas sempena hari cuti. Ya memang seronok !

Tapi kini, semakin dewasa semakin besar erti kemerdekaan ini kepada kita semua. Dan sebagai orang dewasa yang matang, rasa patriotik terhadap negara bukan hanya setakat mengibarkan bendera.

Buat kali ini, cerita saya adalah mengenai lagu-lagu patriotik lama. Satu ketika dulu kita biasa menyanyikannya semasa perhimpunan di sekolah. Tapi oleh kerana sekarang ini sudah ada banyak lagu patriotik yang baru mungkin ia tidak lagi disiarkan. Sayangnya saya tak menemui mp3 lagu-lagu ini. kalau ada boleh juga dikongsi. Masih ingatkah kita pada lagu ini ?

Malaysia kita sudah berjaya – Aman makmur bahagia – Malaysia abadi selamanya – Berjaya dan berjaya – Berbagai kaum sudah merdeka – Menuju cita-cita – Satu bangsa satu bahasa – Malaysia Berjaya – Dari Perlis sampailah ke Sabah – Kita sudah merdeka – Negara makmur rakyat mewah – Kita sudah berjaya.

dan yang ini pula ?

Malaysia, Malaysia – Negara yang jaya – Malaysia, Malaysia – Bebas dan merdeka – Seluruh rakyat berpadu, bersatu – Menentang angkara murka – Kami ingin berdamai – Di antarabangsa – Dengan sorak sorai gembira – Di seluruh negara – Malaysia sudah berjaya – Aman makmur dan sentosa.

juga lagu-lagu patriotik yang lebih syahdu sentuhannya seperti lagu ‘Putra Putri’ …

Putra putri negara jaya – bersatu berpadu tenaga – padamu harapannya bangsa – menuju cita-cita

Ingat-ingat lupa. mungkin tak tepat sangat lirik yang saya tulis tapi rasanya begitulah lebih kurang ia dinyanyikan. Mungkin tak semeriah lagu Jalur Gemilang dan Keranamu Malaysia yang lebih komersial itu. Tapi itulah antara lagu yang menyimpan nostalgia dalam memperkenalkan kita kepada semangat patriotik.

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Semoga Berkekalan. Salam Kemerdekaan buat semua.

photo title ‘heroes’ by wajakemek @ flickr

  1. Jeff, lagu yg dok lekat sikit2 kat kepala tu..lagu >>ini la barisan kita, yang rela berjuang…nostalagic aa lagu nih…putera puteri negara jaya…tu pun ingat skit2….sibuk dok hapal sempena sambut kemerdekaan kat sekolah ..sekolah rendah waktu tu…sekolah petang plak tuh..uhuhuhu..la ni satu bonda pun tak ingat..

      • lanyanlei
      • 2 Disember 2009

      lagu patriotik boleh dibeli kat pusat beli=belah…tapi bukan semua lagu ada…:)

    • San
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    Unfortunately the prime minister of the last 22 years, Dr Mahathir, has mixed politics into every aspect of our civil life. The privatisation of public utilities and transports, the management of Proton, Petronas, Malaysian Airlines, banks and the Renong have all been influenced by Malaysia politics.

    As a result we, the people in the last 22 years have inherited a rotten education system with more than 60 percent of ethnic Chinese in Chinese-type schools and a substantial number of malays in Sekolah Agama Rakyat or private Islamic-type schools.

    A system where one group is taxed for the benefit of another group will only work if the taxpayers feel that the tax beneficiaries are selected on the basis of economic need, nothing else. As a proud taxpayer, I know that taxation is necessary for the maintenance of the social contract.

    The poor in Malaysia must be served but I am sure all taxpayers feel that this should be done in a manner which is blind to religion, gender, ethnicity and age.

    Our government is filled with people who do not fundamentally understand the forces of free market and capitalism and the economics. They think they do, but they don’t.

    Many of them have grown rich under the NEP which they think has not hurt anyone and hence they think that open competition, market force and free market is something that can be tamed.

    For those that come from a poor background, the situation seems almost impossible as their rich neighbours only seem to keep on being rich. This is because the rich are always fewer in number while the poor are many.

    The Malaysia problem is that rich do become richer. And because of the political system, the players are the same.

    Out of control – this is all I can say about any type of enforcement and the level of corruption in Malaysia. No idea what Pak Lah has done in his first year in office but judging from the ground, I guess nothing much.

    There is still concentration of power in the prime minister’s position, a practice inherited from Dr Mahathir.

    There is still a lack of urgency and political will to tackle corruption. Many cases involving politicians are still pending while new cases do not seem to get the attention of the Anti-Corruption Agency for reasons best known to them.

    The law enforcement which was once among the best of Southeast Asia is now reportedly the most corrupt government agency in Malaysia. The judiciary, once also respected in the world and the region is now not a respected place where Malaysians can find justice.

    And just like his predecessor, he is not living up to his slogan. In fact as home minister, he is not such a nice guy after all.

    • aston
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    Merdeka Day is a day of shame especially on this 50th Merdeka Day. On this day you have to compare how a successful country like Singapore has done everything right and why Malaysia has done everything wrong.

    On this day you will wonder why are we not better off if we are still under the British, I can assure you – we do not fall into what we are today. On this day everyone especially Sabah and Sarawak should be reminded that they should not join Malaysia in the first place.

    If you ask me how great are the Umno. I would say they are shameless people just like some Ang Mok who drop their pants for all to see.

  2. Arsaili,
    apo kono eh satu bondo pun tak ingek haa
    ekekeke

    • honyang
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    I actually admire the guts of Namewee to sing out this Negarakuku. True, the language used is a bit rough but at the end of day it sings out nothing but the truth about how most Chinese Malaysians and the other races see this country. Marginalisation, corruption, civil service bureaucracy, etc.

    If the song is nothing but praises of Malaysia, then it is just another lame song. A lame song that is usually being sung by our Umno to deceive all Malaysians. Is Namewee song seditious? How about the keris waving incident? That was not seditious? Disrespect for Islam just because it was said that some of them were ‘out of tune’ when praying?

    How about demolishing of those Hindu temples? Isn’t that total disrespect for other religions? I hope someone from the ruling parties can enlighten me on these issues.

    If the government intends to strip Namewee of his citizenship, then first strip off the citizenships of Umno members, the arrogant keris waving minister and also those who authorized the demolishing of Hindu temples.

    Until I see that, I don’t see any reason why we should strip off the citizenship of a young Malaysian who is frustrated with the way Malaysia turned out after 50 years of independence.

      • lanyanlei
      • 2 Disember 2009

      but for wat i feel is tat we should respect others if we want to gain respect fr them.

      sebab kita rasa dicaci, oleh itu kita boleh “mencaci” orang??bagi saya, jika tidak mahu dicaci, jangan kita sesekali kita mencaci orang…

  3. hoohoOOoo hoho .. i got spammers !!

    ni mana datang pulak 3 orang alien sesat landing kat sini ni .. ish ish lari topik nostalgia betui la diorg nie …

    • vesewe
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    We are reminding Najib and Mahathir about this, that Malaysia is not an Islamic state and it is not in a social contract.

    Malay Sakai, so please tell prime minister about it. Umno has always threatened the non-malays with riots and chaos. Nobody in Malaysia has started riots and chaos except for Umno.

    Umno has a deep rooted tradition of starting riots and chaos when every time they can’t debate sensibly.

    The social contract is there alright and many do not question it. But is the social contract followed according to the spirit or hijacked to the benefit of a few?

    Just look at the number of huge projects that has failed is proof enough. Yet these are treated like normal – part of everyday happening.

    Gosh……….

    All the social contract talk does not hold any water, when you have people in power, namely Umno abusing their power. In fact, they are indirectly telling you, that they have the right to abuse the power. Is this fair? Of course it is unfair. You don’t even need a social contract to tell you whether it is fair or not.

    Social contract didn’t say that Malaysia is an Islamic state. On the contrary the social contract expressly stated that Malaysia was and is not an Islamic state.

    Now the deliberate misinterpretation, apparently accepted by Umno, is that Malaysia (including Sabah and Sarawak) is an Islamic state!

    Sabah and Sarawak would never have joined Malaysia if they had known that Malaysia will be deemed an Islamic state.

    If the social contract meant that the non-malays would merely exchange the British masters for the malay masters, they would never have agreed to join the malays for independence.

    What is the difference of having the British lording over the non-malays and having the malays doing the same to the non-malays! Probably worse. At least, the British had some respect for fairness while the malays have none!

    So to get independence, the malays needed the non-malays. Without the non-malays agreement, the British would not have granted independence. So, is that not also part of the social contract? It is not a one-sided malay right. The malays would not be where they are without the non-malays.

    • yuking
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    Dear Mahathir, 22 years you left us nothing but:

    – A generation of poor non-malays who is gangsters or selling DVDs
    – AP issues
    – A useless currency in the ringgit
    – IC Project in Sabah
    – Keris waving political party members
    – MAS in deficit
    – Proton in financial trouble
    – Racial divide
    – Tongkat generation
    – World’s most expensive tolls anywhere in the city

    And now, after being out of politics, you suddenly talk a lot of malays this and that when you had 22 years in power and you did absolutely, jack shit.

    Please old man, you want to make a change, it is too late now. All you can do is look at that man in the mirror and cry before you meet your almighty maker.

    • ruyom
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    If we observe the educational backgrounds of those most zealous Umno leaders who now champions of the ‘national’ education system, we cannot fail to find that most of them are not products of the system they claim to be the best for ‘national integration’, ‘national unity’ and what not.

    If they themselves have no confidence in the local or so-called ‘national’ education system, why do they insist that it is the best for the children and grandchildren of ordinary Malaysians?

    Have we forgotten the slogan of ‘leadership by example’?

    It is sad that mother language education should yet again, be victimised by our ethnic politicians. That Chinese and Tamil medium primary schools are in short supply is patent.

    Despite the government lavish spending on national schools and its zealous denial of vernacular education’s contribution to national progress, both Chinese and Tamil schools still thrive.

    Given this circumstance – and the fact that the right to mother language education is enshrined in our constitution – the government present education policy is both myopic and undemocratic.

    Even if we ban all vernacular schools in the country, it will not mean that national integration will be achieved. Students would not integrate if they feel they are being denied equal chance to government assistances or universities.

    We are tax-paying citizens and it is our right to demand for more schools of our choice. We as parents want to have a say in how we educate our children.

    But please don’t stop us from choosing what is best for our children. This is something that is very sensitive to the Chinese community and I hope that just as the sensitivities of the malays must be respected, the same would go for the Chinese and Indian communities in Malaysia.

  4. uiks..sapa la yg masuk tak salam dulu ni…

    • fargoman
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    The truth hurts.

    The Chinese or the yellow race is what brings progress. Just look at Asia – is enough.

    Whether they do it locally or internationally they will survive.

    We can distinctly see the lowering of Malaysia standards of living as the percentage of Chinese in this country goes down.

    In the 1970s we were tops with 40 over percent of Chinese and today with only 25% we are far behind Singapore, Korea, and Hong Kong.

    Main reason is the number of such Chinese emigrating to these countries – the rich ones and best ones.

    Next ten years as the percentage goes even lower, we would be nearing Philippines or Indonesia

    Meanwhile enjoy your stay and the good times.

    On the whole as the Chinese spreads out throughout the world, the average standards of these will have much higher standards of living over others.

    • reek
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    When Umno says that you have insulted race and religion and that you are a traitor, then wear it as a badge of honour.

    If Umno fascists and supremacists say that you are a traitor to the cause, then you must have done something right and that you are on the right path.

    You should be really worried if Umno starts praising you and putting you on a lofty pedestal, because it means you have turned your back on everything that is positive, rational and just.

    • samp
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    Come next election, most decisive or important votes will still come from the Chinese, which will be significantly less if those work in overseas and Singapore didn’t come back and vote, plus the usual who hope their lives will be taken care of other voters and think there is no need to vote.

    The Chinese who voted will be split among Gerakan, MCA, DAP. Between the three, Gerakan and MCA always seem to be a safer choice, God knows why. Try talk politics with your fellow family, friends, colleagues, you will be quite surprise how ignorance many people can be.

    Many had given up hopes that things will change in Malaysia. If next election, opposition failed to make any significant gains, then is time to think about emigration.

    • oversee
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    My school in the 50s and 60s when terms like bumi and non-bumi did not exist.

    Back then, there was a kind of kindred among school children then that does not exist today. We were racially different but we were all equal in every other way. Nobody was ‘special’.

    Today when a non-malay student goes to school, he has already been told over and over again by his parents that, ‘You will have to do superlatively in order to get into a local university.’

    The child comes back having done creditably well, and doesn’t get the university course of his choice. But his malay classmate, with worse marks than him, gets more than he asked for.

    All these double standards and retrogressive policies were put in place by our selfish politicians whose aim, rather than uplifting the malays, was to perpetually stay in power for their own good.

    The end result is a new generation of Malaysians who are not united in the least.

    The first thing to be done towards a real Bangsa Malaysia is to pull down all divisions that categorise us along racial and religious lines.

    All, irrespective of race and religion, must be subjected to a truly merit-based system in every sphere of Malaysian life.

    All political parties that exploit any form of religion should be banned.

    • Noel
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    Fuiyooo … topik lari ni …

    Saya ni dah lama tingall kat England tapi ridu Malaysia tiap-tiap hari …

    Masih ingat lagi Hari Merdeka …

    Tetap ada kenangan manis. Apalah lagi bila sekolah kami ada kontigen kalistenik kat padang perayaan …

    Selamat Hari Merdeka Jeff!

    • UncleJ
    • 28 Ogos 2007

    wah..sambut merdeka ngan Nik Aziz ye…balik jgn lupa bawak budu!

  5. oh nooo… kat sini pon ade lagu lama2… hehe. bukan ape… skrg ni dah melampau tiap2 monday morning kena perhimpunan + nyanyi lagu negaraku kat opis. isk.. ngalahkan gomen opis la pulak kan..😉 uui byk ko punye peminat spammer yg sama genre. kat miri ni byk rumah yg gantung bendera malaysia + sarawak. patriotik kejap aku.. hehe..

    • ayaq
    • 30 Ogos 2007

    lagu patriotik yang paling best ialahhhhhhh:

    Merahmu bara semangat waja
    Putihmu bersih budi pekerti
    Kuning berdaulat payung negara
    Biru perpaduan kami semua

    pastu lagi satu yang niii:

    Buruh, nelayan dan juga petani
    Gaya hidup kini dah berubah
    Anak-anak terasuh mindanya
    Lahir generasi bijak pandai

    Pakar IT, pakar ekonomi
    Jaguh sukan dan juga jutawan
    Berkereta jenama negara
    Megah menyusur di jalan raya

    HIHIHIHIH BEST OOOOO…

    • Life Of ‘AKU’ The Episode
    • 30 Ogos 2007

    salam ” kita merdeka sebab penjajah dah takde lagi, tapi ingatlah walau penjajah berkulit putih itu sudah tiada lagi, sebenarnya penjajah masih wujud lagi sehingga kini. iaitu mereka telah meninggalkan penjajah berkulit sowo matang ” ??? apa ni … fikirkan …

    apa pun, selamat hari merdeka .. moga merdeka yang masuk kali ke 50 ni memberi seribu erti bagi kita semua dalam memahami dan meyelami erti kemerdekaan yang sebenar …

  6. Jeff…merdeka betui yer..lama tak kelihatan…tak sia2 dapat warga msia pasca merdeka cam ni ..ekekekeke!!

    • akirasuri
    • 1 September 2007

    woah!
    dah terjangkit kena spam ke?
    apa jelah mamat sabah tu..
    dah tak ada kerja lain agaknya..
    dok spam blog orang lain..
    ish ish ish…

    salam merdeka!
    buat jiwa-jiwa merdeka!🙂

  7. Lagu “inilah barisan kita” tu paling aku suka masa kecik-kecik…dah besar2 pun masih suka.. Rasa bersemangat patriotik tul.

    Nostalgia tul…

  8. Jeff….Salam merdeka.

    Saya masih ingat lagu ini, Tanah Pusaka

    Sungguh gemilang negeriku
    Yang kupuja oh tanah Malaysia
    Diseluruh dunia negaraku
    Yang berdaulat negaraku

    Aman makmur kaya-raya
    Selama-lama hidup maju jaya
    Oh tanah pusaka
    Negaraku yang berdaulat dan merdeka

    Tanah pusaka bertuah
    Berbagai bangsa didalamnya
    Hidup aman dan bersama
    Bertekun kerja untuk Malaysia

    Musuh melanggarku gempur
    Sungguh rela kugugur kerana
    Kau tanah pusaka
    Biar putih tulang jangan putih mata

  9. Noel ..
    old buddy, bila nak balik ke sini ? Our beloved CRS sama usia dgn Malaysia, 50 tahun🙂

    UncleJ ..
    tak payah susah2 bawa balik budu, dijual kat KL merata-rata tempat hehe

    Amok ..
    nasib baik hanya menyanyi je pepagi kat ofis tu, kalau kena senamrobik ? kekeke

    Ayaq ..
    phrase ‘pakar IT pakar ekonomi’ .. ‘pakar IT’ tu mewakili bloggers2 yg ada di seluruh Malaysia ni hehehaaa

    Life of Aku ..
    byk yg perlu difikirkan dalam menyelami erti kemerdekaan

    Arsaili ..
    ya tak sia2. berkat doa mak abah .. huyoo🙂

    Akira ..
    biasa laa jenis baling batu sembunyi tangan diorg tu😦

    Mik ..
    lagu ‘barisan kita’ sangat nostalgia semasa berkawad dulu2

    Jie ..
    OHhh ! dapat juga lagu tu sepenuhnya. Terima Kasih !

  10. Apa jenis komen laa….mana lirik lagu patriotik yang lain????

  11. maaf jika kata-kata saya tadi menyakitkan hati…..

  12. Sekarang ni dah nak masuk bulan August..dah.Tapi belum pasang bendera ngan apa persiapan lagi for m’nymbut bulan k’mrdkaan….

  13. Saya khas kan lagu ini untuk rakan saya ….yang berada di Teluk Intan….

    Sampaikanlah salam untuk rakan yang sejati,
    Jangan asyik bersedih memikirkan hari exam…,
    Gembiralah dahulu,
    Kemudian baru ngulang kaji,

    Sampaikanlah salam kepada ibu bapa ngko,
    Orng di sini sedang melayari laman web…
    Orang di sini juga turut ambil exam,
    Tapi saat genting,
    Apabila tuhan ambil nyawa…….

    SEDAPKAN…

  14. Masa nak ambil exam agak susah…

    Tapi kalo dah ambil…

    Rasa gembira…

    And…

    Then….

    Baru bisaa..

    Enjoy….

    Kat….

    JJ(phm-phm sndri jelah)

      • nurmieza syahira
      • 1 September 2010

      aku x mengarut..dah semalam merdeka nyanyi lah apa lagi..best..

  15. Saya ingin tahu apa benda yang dituliskan ini…

    Sila jawab….

    Maksud saya……………

    Korang semua tulis kan ini…………

  16. Sila jawab…

  17. Korang mengarut ape nie…..

    • MUHAIMIN
    • 11 Jun 2009

    BES LA CITA INI

    • MUHAIMIN
    • 11 Jun 2009

    HAI WANI,LEH BERKENALAN?

  18. tak ada pun lirik lagu patriotik .saya ingat lirik lagu perewira.
    perwira……..
    dikaulah harapan hati
    penghibur kala sunyi
    pergilah berebakti
    membela pertiwi
    perwira ……………
    janganlah kekanda bimbang
    untuk pergi berjuang
    andaikankan kau gugur
    jasamu di kenang
    dengarlah laguku cipta
    gubaran mesra dan manja
    sebagai ganti diri
    bersama kau berbakti
    untuk ibu pertiwi
    kekanda di medan perang
    adinda di medan seni
    sama2 berjuang
    sama2 berbakti
    semoga tabah diri
    majulah kekanda maju
    dinda mohon doa restu
    rela sehidup semati bersamamu
    perwiraku…………………….
    kalau salah sorry.

  19. tq sebab bagi lirik lagu perwira tapi ada sikit salah eja

  20. adakah anda semua ada lirik lagu “ku cari damai abadi”

  21. lambatlah kamu semua, ku tak sabar nak tunggulah, bye

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    • lanyanlei
    • 2 Disember 2009

    suka lagu “Setia”

    demi negara yang tercinta,
    dicurahkan bakti penuh setia,
    demi raja uang disanjung tinggi,
    kesetiaan tak berbelah bagi

    kepada pemimpin kepada rakyat,
    hikmat diberi penuh taat,
    sama bekerja, sama berusaha,
    sedia berhikmat untuk semua….

    satu lagi juga sangat suka…sejahtera Malaysia

    puji dan syukur pada ilahi
    Anugerahnya tiada terhingga…

    siapa-siapa ingat lagu keluaga bahagia??suka lagu ini tapi lupa liriknya..

    ibu dan bapa serta kelurga,
    XXXXXXX
    keluarga bahagia.

    mereka yang rajin berusaha,
    hidup bahagia dan sempurna
    xxxxxx

    lupa semua..

    hehe

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