Following a nineteenth century tradition, most Americans believe that the first American Thanksgiving was a feast that took place on an unremembered date, sometime in the autumn of 1621, at Plymouth Plantation, Massachusetts. In 1620, a group led by separatists from the Church of England, who were heading for Virginia, instead landed at modern-day Plymouth, Massachusetts, for uncertain reasons. In the autumn of 1621, they celebrated a three-day harvest feast with the native Wampanoag people, without whom they would not have survived the winter of 1620. This event was not viewed as a thanksgiving celebration at the time; the colony would not have a Thanksgiving observance until 1623 — and that was a religious observance rather than a feast.
Did you research the song’s lyrics, or just copy and paste them because you felt they were interesting? Baghdad is not in Turkey; did you mean Moors from Baghdad and Turkey?
Here is what wikipedia states about the origin of Moorish people:
The Moors were the medieval Muslim inhabitants of al-Andalus (the Iberian Peninsula including the present day Spain and Portugal) and the Maghreb and western Africa, whose culture is often called Moorish. In general, a Moor was an Islamic conqueror in Europe. The term derives from the Phoenician and Greek name Mauri, applied to the inhabitants of Mauretania (centered on modern-day Morocco, not Mauritania.) The Moors were mainly comprised of Arabs, Berbers, Ethiopians and a mixture of the three.
The term Moors is also used to refer to the main ethnic group inhabiting modern-day Mauritania, who - like the historic Moors - are of mixed Arab-Berber-Ethiopian origins.
In 46 BC, the Romans entered West Africa. Upon seeing the Africans, the Romans labeled them Maures. This term originates from the Greek adjective mauros. In Latin, maures or Moor described their dark skin. North, East and certain parts of West Africa were comprised of an admixture, most having dark skin but they varied according to anthropologists. However this was an attempt to separate these groups according to racial terms.
In 640, the Arabs sought to spread Islam to Africa and by 708, Islam had a hold on North Africa. Africans in large numbers accepted Arabic as the national language and converted to Islam. One of the most important and influential forces for the Moors came from Ethiopians. Along the voyage across Africa, other multicultural groups joined and converted to Islam and its ideas.
So in other words, Moors did not come from Turkey or Persia.