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Sunday, September 29, 2019

Music Legend Veno Marioghae's 'Nigeria Go Survive'

Do you Remember this song?









If dem thief our oil oo
Nigeria go survive,
I say if dem burn the oil oo
Nigeria go survive.
I say if dem drink the oil oo
Nigeria go survive.
Our roots them strong for ground oo
Nigeria go survive,
Ancestors no go gree oo
Nigeria go survive.
The god of thunder and lightning
Nigeria go survive.
United shield Nigeria,
Nigeria go survive.
Nigeria go survive
Africa go survive
My people go survive o
Nigeria go survive.
Andrew no checkout o!
"say what? "
Stay and build your country
Nigeria go survive.
Na who go die for you oo
Nigeria go survive.
Blood is thicker than water
Nigeria go survive.
If Andrew do hin work oo
Nigeria go survive,
And me I do my own oo
Nigeria go survive.
If our leaders do dem best oo
Nigeria go survive,
Andrew go stay to help oo
Nigeria go survive.
Nigeria go survive
Africa go survive
My people go survive o
Nigeria go survive.
Cocoa dey for West OK
Nigeria go survive,
Rubber boku for Bendel
Nigeria go survive.,
Palm oil dey for East oo
Nigeria go survive,
Timber dey for Sapele oh
Nigeria go survive.
Groundnut e dry for North oo
Nigeria go survive.
Rice e dey for Benue
Nigeria go survive.
Hide and skin e dey oo
Nigeria go survive
Cotton dey for North oo
Nigeria go survive.
Nigeria go survive
Africa go survive
My people go survive oo
Nigeria go survive!



This song is unforgettable and if you havent listened to it,please do.

Isoko born Veno Marioghae went on to marry and become Veno Marioghae-Mbanefo after this hit song and she never returned to the music scene.

Love this song!

22 comments:

  1. And the truth is we survive no matter how things are bad.

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    1. The song brings Beautiful memories, i miss my mum though. May her soul continue to rest in perfect peace. Amen 😘🤗

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  2. I know this song,very beautiful one.The days when Nigerian songs had great meaning and message.

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  3. How's a one hit wonder a legend ?

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  4. Never knew the lyrics,looking back now this is a wonderful song. I remember loving the video. Eyah fa,good ol'days.

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  5. I remember this song from way back! How time flies! I was in primary school then. Those days were really the good old days.

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  6. I heard it a few days ago and I don't know why I felt so bad

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  7. Thank you for sharing Stella .

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  8. I so remember this song. We've been surviving, all thanks to God!

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  9. Thank you for sharing Stella .

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  10. Wow, I remember the song ...nice

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  11. Nice song. Sad thing is that all she sang in this song years back is still with us in Nigeria. The Andrews that checked out.... must have a lot to talk about today... while the Andrews that remained with Hope for a better Nigeria... how far?

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    1. Yes the Andrew’s who checked are having a blast. My medical doctor uncle checked out then, his life here turned out really good.


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  12. The days of good lyrics.

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  13. I love this song.
    Nigeria go survive, even if the oil dry sef.
    Music of yesteryears...

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  14. Yes i do. When Nigerian music still made sense unlike what we have now. I also love her song Siobo Nome.

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  15. I always wait to hear when Andrew replies "say what"
    Why can't people sing like this anymore ?
    We only hear, Ikebekebekebekebekebe and more Ikebe sotey yansh don tire person.

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  16. I've looked on youtube and forwarded to my family whatsapp group 😂🤣🤣 #mmrs

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  17. Survival is sha not a good word. She should do a re-make of the song and say: Nigeria go abound, Africa go abound

    Cos right now we are really surviving 😂🤣 hoping we aren't taking our last breaths

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