"Chirp" is an onomatopoeic word--a word that imitates a sound. A "chirp" is one of the kinds of sounds birds make. Birds "chirp" when they are making short sounds. Not every bird chirps. Birds can also chirrup, cheep, chip, twitter, and tweet. When they make a long sound of varying pitch, they warble. Crows caw. Hens cackle. Roosters crow in the morning, the sound that is written in English as "Cock-a-doodle-doo!" Owls hoot. Doves coo. Ducks quack. Turkeys gobble.
However, the most general verb for what birds do is to sing. Some birds really do have long, complicated, melodious songs, like the European nightingale (ruiseñor in Spanish). However, all of the noises birds make are referred to collectively as "birdsongs."
In your first part, I was wrong about the words but I got it when I listened to the song.I like your way of presenting a song with a short introduction.That's really a bonus to our general knowledge:)
BTW,Let me guess--
Am I making any sense??
I like these activities a lot and seeing my "good luck" with the first one I am "trying my luck"! I must admit that I have used the hints you gave us, except from the last one, that would give away the answers!
Thank you so much for the explanation Dan!
I will call it "birdsong" then, it will be easier. I do not need to be an expert about birds' sounds, in fact I do not know the name of any type of bird!
We also say in Spanish (Spain) that the birds sing - los pájaros cantan
Yes, I got the answers:)Again I was wrong:(
When I saw the first line--There were bells on the hill, then I thought the bell must have made up of with metal so I thought "clanging" but it is the other one- R.
BTW,thank you very much @Dan for correcting me.
Thank you @Laura for your compliment:)and it is SUDEEP:)