This is a more recent arrangement of an early composition written specifically for entertainment at wedding parties. The idea is that "these weddings are breaking up my dance groups" -- because once a girl gets married, she can no longer belong to the dance group. "And what's worse is that there are no girls left for me." From David Nzomo… During the late 50s, I led a group that staged concerts around my country -- Kenya, East Africa -- where theaters differed from place to place; at places, it was in the open air, and at other places, it was in community welfare halls that had neither stage equipment nor the stage itself. Consequently, stage setting proved to be quite a task. …So as to hold the attention of the audiences during these stage-setting periods, I tried singing some of the tunes I was using for entertaining at wedding parties, get-together parties, and local dances, in addition to the ones that were contributed and sung by other members of the group, and they proved to be very entertaining. As time went by, I played them on different keys, giving the a twist here and there until they acquired their present form.