Heroism Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. “Last year I was on my knees crying, and this year I’ve been doing the same thing with tears of joy. open_in_new Link to source Auburn Tigers forward Anfernee McLemore (24) dunks the ball against the Virginia Cavaliers. Kion: Never thought that we'd see eye-to-eye I hear what you're saying. The tattoo has the Swahili words, Sisi ni Sawa, written across his leg. (Sisi ni sawa!) 1 Lyrics 2 Trivia 3 Media 4 References In some countries, the … Both: Sisi ni sawa, we are the same! Virginia Cavaliers guard Braxton Key (2) dunks the ball during the first half against the Auburn Tigers. Auburn Tigers guard Jared Harper (1) drives to the basket against the Virginia Cavaliers. sw (1 Wakorintho 9:27) Sawa na Paulo, ni lazima sisi pia tuweze kudhibiti mnofu wetu usiokamilika badala ya kuuruhusu utudhibiti. (Sisi ni sawa!) The Virginia Cavaliers and the Auburn Tigers tip off. Auburn Tigers head coach Bruce Pearl cheers with the audience before the game. It makes it more important. (Sisi ni sawa!) …They can think that. Sisi ni sawa, we are the same! Maybe I laugh, maybe you purr But take a look under the fur Deep in our heart is what matters for sure (Sisi ni sawa!) Maybe I laugh, Maybe you purr. Both: At the end of the day, it's like water and rain Choral Sheet Music. At the end of the day. Sisi ni sawa, we are the same (Sisi ni sawa) Sisi ni sawa means we're the same (Sisi ni sawa) Forget about the past when there's nothing to gain (Sisi ni sawa) At the end of the day, it's like water and rain: Sisi ni sawa, we are the same (Sisi ni sawa) Sisi ni sawa, we are the same: Jasiri: Sisi ni sawa, we are the same (Sisi ni sawa!) Apologies, Forgiveness and Reconcilements/Gallery, https://heroism.fandom.com/wiki/We%27re_the_Same_(Sisi_Ni_Sawa)?oldid=59624. Virginia Cavaliers guard Kyle Guy (5) celebrates after hitting the game-winning free throws against the Auburn Tigers. Now they’re a story of perseverance that stretches off the basketball court and encourages those who fail to get back up. Jasiri: At the end of the day, it's like water and rain Artist unknown Both: At the end of the day, it's like water and rain Sisi ni sawa, we are the same! Jasiri: Sisi ni sawa! I hear what you're saying, but you need to explain! Birth of Prince Raja and Princess Sawa, King Kion's and Queen Rani's cubs. It was like a sugar rush of desolation. “His willingness to share will have a lasting impact on so many lives, and so many young minds, thinking, ‘Oh my gosh, if he can get through it, I can.’ It’s a powerful gift he has. I’m sure he’s incredible at basketball. Ironically the hyena landed up at the end of the episode working side by side with the lion and helping him beat other hyenas. Try not to judge so easily Sisi ni sawa means we're the same! My message to people going through something, and I hope they saw it with our story, with my story, is that when you’re in a dark place you can absolutely come out on top. Auburn Tigers forward Horace Spencer (0) dunks the ball against the Virginia Cavaliers. Under the fur. Michigan State Spartans guard Matt McQuaid (20) reacts during the first half against the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Forget about the past when there's nothing to gain (Sisi ni sawa!) Now experiencing mental illness is just as important to share. Kion: I hear what you're saying, but you need to explain! Virginia Cavaliers center Jack Salt (33) blocks the shot of Auburn Tigers guard Samir Doughty (10). He wrote, in part: "Not everyone knows, but you’ve been taking medication for your anxiety attacks all season. The more adversity you can overcome in your life, the better off you’re going to be,” Guy says. Virginia Cavaliers guard Kyle Guy (5) is fouled on a 3-pointer in the final seconds against the Auburn Tigers. Kion: I hear what you're saying, but you need to explain! You were worried people might think you aren’t built for this. (Sisi ni sawa!) “I always say, motivation is short-term, inspiration is long-term.”. © 2020 USA TODAY, a division of Gannett Satellite Information Network, LLC. Like every creature big and small Kion: You think that life is one big game Texas Tech Red Raiders guard Kyler Edwards (0) celebrates after drawing a foul during the second half against the Michigan State Spartans. "We're the Same (Sisi Ni Sawa)" is a song sung by Jasiri and Kion from The Lion Guard episode "Never Judge a Hyena by its Spots". Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about, “My whole goal in life is to help somebody,” the Virginia All-American guard says. The Lion Guard We're the Same (Sisi ni Sawa) full version. Everyone isn’t a part of your story, because they don’t know your story.
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