"Sangita", a Sanskrit word for "song" that looks like a cognate of song to the untrained eye. However, the word "song" comes from PIE *sengʷʰ-, and Old Grimm shows that [gʷʰ] becomes [gh] in Sanskrit, not [g] or [ǵ]. I suddenly was enlightened that this is a gloriously coincidental compound of "saṃ-", "together", and "gita", song, like the Bhagavad-Gita.
Some pretty freaky stuff. I made this post and then later that night (at work) my lad Kenny says to me,
"O frabjous day." out of the blue! 'n I says,
"Were we talking about that recently, that you said it?"
'n he says,
"No, it's just my favorite part."
I finished out the line & we bonded as only two yung boyz can do. (and I'm not talking about the porta-potties).