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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

CONTINUAL KILLINGS IN NIGERIA!!!


Oh my God!
It’s again bombing!
Boko’s come back over!
It’s maiming and killing;
Kano people are sweating hell;
I remember couple of years;
JTF storms the delta creek;
Creek of the Ijaw;
The black shining people;
Searching for Tompolo and his gangs;
Guns cracking, bombs banging;
It’s a doom day!
Is this the long prophesied doom?
Children run underneath the table;
Underneath the bed, into the bush;
Like bat evading furnace of wild fire;
Until the legs can’t longer carry;
Some struck by bullets;
Some bitten by snakes;
Innocents die without;
The least consideration;
Because oil is more important;
O, see the children crying;
See the children dying;
Hear the women wailing;
Is not in brotherhood,
We've come this long?
How long we’re to learn?
We just gotta stop this war;
Common, right now!
O, my people;
I say right now!
Every time is bombing;
Every day is killing;
Boko today, Mend tomorrow;
Kidnappers, too, lurk in corner;
Robbers, too, go wild with killing;
Human trafficking on the rampage;
No one cares about;
His fellow men;
In as much there’s money;
O, see the children crying;
See the children dying;
See the women wailing;
Is not in brotherhood,
We've come this long?
How long we’re to learn?
We just gotta stop this war;
Common, right now!
=DEOLA


DANCE OF NIGERIA GREEN EAGLE !!!



Eye asa shekushe!
Sherererekushe!
(Eagle bird is dancing!)
Jijo bi aba re komi;
(Dance like your dad for me)
Jijo bi iye re komi;
(Dance like your mom for me)
Shekushe, shekushe!
Sherererekushe!
(Dancing, dancing!)
In Nigeria;
Since her creation;
Eagle’s ever been dancing;
In it’s acrobatic dance;
Of flapping and docking;
Barbecuing and stealing!
One Eagle begets;
Another more dauntless;
Balewa begot Ironsi;
Ironsi begot Gowon;
Gowon begot Murtala;
Murtala begot Obasanjo;
Obasanjo begot Shagari;
Shagari begot Buhari;
Buhari begot Babangida;
Babangida begot shonekan;
Shonekan begot Abacha;
Abacha begot Abdusalam;
Abdulsalam begot Obasanjo;
Obasanjo begot Yaradua;
Yaradua begot Jonathan;
Poor men suffer too much o;
Original suffer head;
Eagle would flap!
Eagle would dock!
Eagle would barbecue!
In her acrobatic dance…
Shekushe, shekushe!
Jijo bi aba re komi;
(Dance like your dad for me)
Jijo bi eye re komi;
(Dance like your mom for me)
Shekushe, shekushe!
Sherererekushe!
Hah, stealing forever!
Sherererekushe!
=DEOLA






Sunday, July 28, 2013

AIN’T HALLELUJAH TIME


Baba rere, baba ke!
(Good father, godfather!)
Iyalode, iya lonlo!
(Godmother, who dares all!)
Tranka dedeh!
(saluting your honor!)
Hail them more!
Hah, how longer,
Nigerians, will we keep;
Our mumu (stupid) dance?
How longer, we’ll  we,
Keep our iwofa (slave) dance?
How does being someone slave,
Satisfy our souls?
Shine your eyes, ladies and gentlemen;
Them belly full;
But, we hungry;
Senator earns $189,000 (USD);
But, you and me;
Don’t earn 189,000 kobo;
Like I have once said;
They’d gotten scholarship;
When they‘re in school;
We got hunger;
They got bursary in colleges;
We are charged fees;
They got feeding voucher;
We got striking teachers;
They got future;
Them, and their children;
We got feature;
Bombing, robbing, kidnapping;
In school and after school;
We get posted to maiming zone;
Their children go overseas;
They say it’s our lot;
We, the people;
 And, perhaps our children;
If we ever get to marry;
Hah, mumu (stupidity) go away;
Don’t ever come again;
Another day;
It ain’t hallelujah time;
Now, Nigerians are;
Wiser than ever before;
Until we shout it out, yeah;
We want things to be alright;
Until we shout it out, yeah;
It ain’t hallelujah time;
Let’s remember;
How Martin Luther King;
Shout it out in USA,
Until then;
It ain’t hallelujah time, yeah;
Now, let’s move;
And, everything gon’ be alright.

=DEOLA

Thursday, July 25, 2013

MAN-N-KARMA!!!


Ti ikoko ba nse isu;
Enikan ki  ngbo, sugbon,
Ti odo ba ngunyan;
Ni ariwo ma nta;
Okiki ma ntan kari aye;
Ohun tio ba gbin;
Oun lo ma ka;
Boje ire lo mo nse;
Ore mi, maa se niso;
Boje ibi lo mo nse;
Ore mi, maa se niso;
You’ve got your liberty;
Bope boya esan ake;
Welewele ni ina njo o;
To ba d’oko, amilengbe;
Ohun tio ba gbin;
Oun lo ma ka.
Aki ngbin alubosa;
Ka kore agbado;
Ohun tio ba gbin;
Oun lo ma ka.

TRANSLATION
If the pot is cooking yam;
Nobody gets to hear, but,
If the pestle starts pounding;
It’s then the noise roars;
Fame spikes round the earth;
Whatsoever you sow;
Is what you'll reap.
Is it amity you’re used to doing?
Friend, keep on doing it.
Is it evil you’re inclined to?
Friend, keep on doing it.
You’ve got your liberty;
Soon sooner, reward will sprout;
Slowly does fire burns initially;
But, would turn wild in farm;
Whatsoever you sow;
Is what you'll reap.
We do not plant onion;
And harvest maize;
Whatsoever you sow;
Is what you'll reap.
=DEOLA



Wednesday, July 24, 2013

RE: MARITAL INFIDELITY!!!


My beloved friends,
I've got this to say;
Oko ni suuru;
Duro ti aya re o;
Aya ni suuru;
Duro ti oko re o;
Omo ni igbehin ola o;
Omo laso eni o;
Omo ni aso eni;
Ohun ti a nwa ni sokoto;
Sebi o nbe lapo sokoto;
Ranti pe, Jesu;
So oro, pa owe;
Jowo, ni suuru;
Duro ti aya re o;
Jowo ni suuru;
Duro ti oko re o;
Omo nigbehin ola o;
Akan wa yepe;
Omi ki ngbe;
Ni ile alakan;
Omo nigbehin ola o

=DEOLA

TRANSLATION
My beloved friends,
I've got this to say;
Man, be patient;
Stick to ya woman;
Woman, be patient;
Stick to ya man;
Remember ya child;
Is ya heritage;
Child’s human’s cover;
Whatever you are;
Looking for in Sokoto;
(Sokoto=a city in Nigeria)
Is in the pocket of sokoto;
(sokoto = pant)
Remember Jesus Christ;
Once spoke in parables;
Please, have patient;
Hang with ya wife;
Please, have patient;
Stick to ya husband;
Remember ya child;
Is ya legacy;
The crab digs sand;
Water doesn’t dry;
In the crab hole;
Remember ya child;
Is ya bequest.
=DEOLA

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

DOOR 2 ETERNITY!!!

I’m dreaming!
She kisses me;
Blood surges;
In my marrow;
Emotion spikes;
From my heart;
To my cheek;
I quivers, but;
Her arms hold;
She me tight;
Our hearts hug;
In avid fold;
She glances;
In my eyes;
Her eyes;
Draws my soul;
Like sun draws;
Mist from sea;
To the skies;
She kisses again;
My breath;
In ecstatic bliss;
Floats in rapture;
Of sweet saliva;
My soul in;
Bliss so divine;
Spins like drunkard;
Foolish with wine;
I hold her waist;
Both hands;
Kiss her nose;
She asks:
Dee, u hungry?
Yes, get me;
Into the Eden;
Man needs;
To eat fruits;
Man gotta live;
She guides me;
Into a keyhole;
Popped outward;
On the rear;
Between hips;
The door;
To eternal life;
The door;
Wherein, man;
Man comes forth.
=DEOLA






Monday, July 22, 2013

4 YA GUIDANCE!!!


Life, this life ooh!
Easy reels life o!
Some seeks life;
But, found it not;
Some found life;
Understand it not;
Life, sometimes;
Black, as charcoal;
Sometimes red;
As the blood;
Sometimes white;
As the snow;
Unpredictable life!
Life, this life ooh!
Easy reels life o!
My people let us;
Be guarded;
Let’s be vigilant;
Life is volatile;
Life is slippery;
Life is unpredictable;
Life, this life ooh!
Easy reels life o!
Life, sometimes;
Black, as charcoal;
Sometimes red;
As the blood;
Sometimes white;
As the snow;
Life is volatile o;
Life is slippery;
Life is delicate;
Friends, if things;
Go smooth for ya;
Do not boast;
Pray that life don’t;
Reverse ya destiny;
Life, this life ooh!
Easy reels life o!
Unpredictable life o!
Evil hovers round us;
Ever ready to attack;
Life, this life ooh!
Easy reels life o!
=DEOLA




Saturday, July 20, 2013

MY LOVER!!!



Who's ya lover o?
Deola, I mean;
Who’s ya lover?
Gold Tolu Eniola;
She’s my lover;
Only her in tis world;
She’s my lover;
Gold Tolu Eniola;
She’s my lover;
Akoko Nigerian;
She’s my lover;
Eniola Olarotimi;
She’s my lover o;
Arigidi 4ever, yea;
She’s my lover;
Eniola Toluwalope;
She’s my lover;
Only her in the world;
She’s my lover;
Gold Tolu Eniola;
She’s my lover o eh.

=DEOLA

Friday, July 19, 2013

FLASH OF ADMONITION!!!


Once upon a time, in the tropics of Africa, there lived a radical boy, who, in spite of every entreaty from his parents had preferred hunting animals to attending school. Each day of the week, while his siblings would be studying in the classroom, this boy would waddle from a forest to another hunting animals and birds. He had mastered the hunting technique to a greater extent he returns home at the end of each day with a bagful of various animal meats.
However, one day, there was to be a festival to appease the ancient god and goddess in his community. This festival precludes people from going into the farm or forest. While everyone stayed home to observe this ceremony, this boy, as is his wont of stubbornness, shrugged off his mother’s plea, and dashed into the forest to hunt animals. Soon as he entered into the forest, he began meeting with some wild animals he hadn't ever seen in his life. Notwithstanding, he had his way, and kept on moving farther into the thick forest.
Lo, and behold, after he had gotten so deep into the forest-very far away from home, an ancient tiger emerged in front of him. He maneuvers, then, shot at the incredible tiger. He looked to see if the tiger was dead, as the smoke from his gun cleared; but to his surprise, he saw the tiger advancing, and ready to attack. At this moment, he became fearful, and took to his heels. He ran, his heels glancing the hind of his head. The tiger pursued. He cried out loud for help, but no one was in the forest to help him.
Suddenly, he saw an old man dressed in whitish raiment. It was a ghost! The end has come! He shouted, collapsed, and fainted. But, mystically, he felt the hands of his great paternal grandfather, who, also, had been a hunter prior he died, lifted him in the whirlwind of kind of tsunami air. While the whirlwind blew him continuously onward, the tiger, too, pursued him unrelenting. He began to sing, imploring the wind to carry him to his father and mother fast, fast:
“Oyi gbemi ya ko’bami;
Oyi fekufe oyi;
Irunmale ma fe pami o;
Oyi gbemi ya ko’yemi;
Oyi fekufe oyi.”
(TRANSLATION: Wind, take to my dad; Wind, blow, blow fast. Elemental wants to kill me; Wind, take me to my mom; Wind, blow, blow fast).
The nearer the tiger seemed to be catching up with him, the louder the boy implored the whirlwind, in his song, to blow harder. At long last, he emerged into the town. As the people saw him and the tiger on his trail, everyone ran inside his or her house, and shut the doors. At this point, the mystical wind carried him high above the roof of his father’s house, created an instant opening, dropped the boy into the house, and closed the vent. The boy then fainted. When he woke up, it was already another day. Quickly, without his parent prompting, he had dressed up, and was ready to go start schooling.
Hahaha! His parents laughed, and said: “obo ti ani ko se amin lojosi, tose fari! (TRANSLATION: The monkey we’d asked to say “amen”, sometime ago, but who had refused).Now, is saying “amen, every time amen, everywhere amen, everyday amen, and forever amen.”
The schooling he had sometime refused is now what he wanted without further ado.
==DEOLA

Sunday, July 14, 2013

TBJ THE PROPHET!!!.


Awake, ye men, from slumber;
Recognize TB Joshua;
He’s a prophet of Christ Jesus;
See his humility!
See his compassion!
Let the bandage falls from your eyes;
Let your belief becomes conviction;
Remember, conviction comes solely;
From weighing and examining;
See, darkness hisses up;
Always, against him;
The earthly had to oppose;
An envoy of God-the Light;
Human volition of today is directed;
Against the true Will of God;­
Ignore the scoffers;
They’re strangers to spiritual life;
Stand, they are before creation;
They grope through life on earth;
Like drunkards and blind men;
They see not the splendor;
That surrounds them
=DEOLA




Saturday, July 13, 2013

OBSESSIONAL!!!

Gosh, temptation;
In late hour;
Ms. Greediness;
Lies nude in his bed;
Jona looks, sees;
Her dangle fruit;
Beckoning him;
She smiles, cues!
His desiring rises;
He stands to conquer;
He’d wish to keep;
His lust latent;
But, lo, ambition;
Like a smoke,
Doesn’t hide forever; 
It can’t be confined;
Though security’s gloom;
Our fate’s seeded;
In the cloud;
Our safety drowned;
In torrents of bombs;
Laden with massacre;
But to him that loves apple;
Something is better:
Eternity of ruling!
Is more important;
Ms. Greed stands;
She cues and wiggles;
Jona reels in desire;
He speaks in tongue!
The ancient Ogoni;
Amaechi understands;
And caution Jona;
But, it’s too late;
Jona had fallen free;
After the 2 out of;
His intended 3 rounds;
Apple’s hymen;
Had gotten torn;
Blood’s on the floor!
If only he has shame;
He did not;
Instead, he cues;
It’s just blood;
His third round;
Will bring forth, rainfall;
That’ll wash our;
Sorrows and tears;
And, will wash away;
Bloods spluttered;
On the Golgotha of;
People democratic party;
People democratic party?
Hell, no!
I meant to say;
People demonic party;
Sardonic government;
Of Nigeria, in Africa;
Who don’t believe him?
Shout hallelujah, somebody;
If you do not.
=DEOLA AGUN




Thursday, July 11, 2013

ELITO-DOGSITIS!!!


Our elites always eat and drink;
In the cozy of their offices and homes;
Our elites always puke and shit;
In the cozy of their offices and homes;
But, I and you, their poor handy dogs;
Each time we perceive the aroma;
We jolt to our feet, scurry down;
From our stand inside rain, or sun;
With bitten hunger and thirst;
Just to go lick, and wipe!
Hah, excreta from rich men are sweet;
 “We” the dogs must do our bidding;
It’s an” elito-dogsitis” disease;
Currently ravaging Nigeria;
Hah, helele shure!
(Helele shure=extraordinary shit)
Man no dies, man no rotten;
My friend, helele shure!
=DEOLA

Saturday, July 6, 2013

INTERLUDE!!!


Woke up this morning;
With a funny, funny feelin';
And that feelin';
Was an unusual feelin';
Inna my bone yeah;
It inna my blood;
Inna my toes;
Coming up to my brain;
Went to the doctor;
To check out what's matter;
I went to the doctor;
To find out the matter;
Doctor said son;
You have a Reggaemylitis;
I said, "What?"
Doctor said son;
You have a Reggaemylitis;
Is it contagious?
Is it outrageous?
Is it vicious?
Or is it dangerous?
Inna mi bones;
Inna me blood;
From my toes;
Up to my brain;
I can feel it inna my bones;
Inna my ankle;
From my toes;
Up to my brain;
Is it incurable?
It's fit for desirable?
It isn't curable?
Fit for desirable?
I have it inna my toes;
Inna my ankles;
Inna my knees;
Up to my waist;
Under mi ribs;
Across mi shoulder;
Inna mi finger;
Up to my brain;
Reggaemylitis I say...
You only catch it one way;
It's Reggaemylitis I say;
Sometimes your temperature;
It really gets higher;
And the music;
Sets your soul on fire;
Got it inna my toes;
Inna my knees;
Inna my ankles;
Inna my waist;
Inna my heart;
Inna my soul;
Inna my mind;
Come through my mouth;
Inna my finger;
Registered in my brain
=DEOLA (from Peter Tosh)


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