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Wednesday, January 06, 2021

Naija Old Songs And Rhymes

 This should be fun if you know what it is about...

If someone makes a mistake,continue with the correct one.........





Let me start with some

Wherever you go....go go gon gooo

Wherever you be...be be ben beee..
Do not say yes,when you mean to say no!


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New money e don come.......
I buy garri for 5kobo,
I give mary to cook am,
Mary cook am e no done,
I kill Mary she nor die,
i beat Mary she no cry..
which can Mary...
Amino.... Amino toro..
A lazy girl......


Hahahahahhaha 
Join in the fun!!!

115 comments:

  1. Jesus the medicine you need
    You've done everything you know ooo
    You've been everywhere you know ooo
    That medicine will cure you today
    I tell you so, that medicine will cure you this day.

    -Lorine Okotie's hit
    Where is that talented lady???? Where?😁😁😁😁😁😁

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    1. Am terring you. The 80s and 90s were when music had value in Nigeria; Sonny Okosun, Chris Okotie, Nelly Uchendu, Jideobi, Onyeka onwenu,
      Music had rhythm, musicians played instruments and there was indeed dignity in labor.

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    2. His love is the medicine for someone today
      His love the medicine you need. πŸŽΆπŸŽ΅πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ
      I'm playing it on Youtube now.

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    3. Wow... That song eh 😁😁😁😁

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    4. Jesus is the medicine that will cure you today..
      Jesus is the medicine you need..

      Lovelace

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    5. Wow. Love this song like kilode, downloaded it sometime last year from YouTube.

      Memories.

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    6. Can anyone tell me where to find the video of this song?

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    7. I don't know 80% of the songs on this post. Chai.

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    8. @Xhlrted
      You are just pretending/advertising yourself to be a toddler 😏😏😏😏😏

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    9. Anony 20:52
      Hahaha.

      You dey vex?
      I'm an old woman o but my formative years were not in Nigeria.
      I'm showiiii.

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    10. @xhlrted
      so where was your formative years, in Afghanistan or Sudan?

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  2. ...WHICH KAIN MARY
    BE THIS O
    AMINO
    AMINO TORO
    A LAZY GIRL
    A BUSHY GIRL
    ABEGI YAKA YOKO
    YAKA YOKO
    SUPEPE
    OGONI PIUM


    CHANGE UR STYLE
    ANOTHER ONE
    ANOTHER ONE
    BE LIKE THAT

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣😜😜....

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
      My belle o

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  3. Old Roger is dead and gone to his grave,
    H’m, ha! gone to his grave.

    They planted a mango tree over his head.
    H’m, ha! over his head

    The mango grew ripe and ready to drop,
    H’m, ha! ready to drop

    There came a high wind and blew them all off,
    H’m, ha! blew them all off

    There came and old woman to pick them all up.
    H’m, ha! pick them all up.

    Old Roger got up and have her a knock,
    H’m, ha! gave her a knock

    Which made the old woman go hipperty-hop,
    H’m, ha! hipperty hop.


    I no remember if na apple dem plant or mango oo πŸ˜‚

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  4. Tumbom Tumbom Baskalaba

    Sisi Alaba Pu

    Alabalaba Kaikai

    Titi mess and burst


    WTF does this mean! Lol

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    1. Sandalilili🎡🎢 sadalili sandalilili 🎢🎢sandali sandalili sandalili sandalili sanda kweshon i am an onye ocha in my country, some of you know me well if you look me up and down you will know that its true🎡🎢🎡🎢πŸ₯³πŸ’ƒ....

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    2. You try 13:11... Even mesef dey wonder.

      Lovelace

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    3. Hmmm Yvonne, found out some years ago it's "standard living". And we sang the song with confidence. 🀣🀣

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  5. Kpafuka Kpafuka Jealousy,

    I have no time to talk to you

    Talking to you is a waste of time

    Your'e under my capacity.

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    1. Lol, I sing this one wella

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  6. You dey craze, You dey mad

    You dey gbombolo cigar

    You go marry Opollo

    Opollo go give you belle

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    1. 😁😁😁😁I remember these rhymes

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  7. Who steal my needle danger
    My father's needle danger
    When keep am for table danger
    For 30 hours
    For 30 minutes
    Holy holy
    Holy mother
    Oya sukelele sukelele sukelele
    Oya mukelele mukelele mukelele
    Oya suke one *clap*
    Oya suke two *clap*

    Lemaoooo

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    1. Firstlady blessing6 January 2021 at 13:58

      Lol

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    2. @Aboki
      I know it is stealing and danger that you will sing about 😁😁😁😁😁

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    3. 🀣🀣🀣🀣 you dn tay for this life miss aboki

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    4. So this is the real lyrics
      Chai
      Ignorance is truly blissπŸ™†πŸ€£πŸ™†πŸ€£

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  8. Make una call police ooo
    Make una call police ooo(2*)
    We no want arm robber anymore call call call ...... (add the last word)


    Living in Bondage, part one part two
    ..... don die
    Na who kill am, Andy Okeke
    Because of what?
    Because of money
    Money for what?
    Money for blood...

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    1. If I give you the key, the key to my heart, the key to my heart goes to marry you.
      No, I won't marry, marry marry marry. I won't marry you.

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    2. Twins squared finally,a song I can sing very well

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    3. Oh my! I rehearsed this song in Primary 3 for our presentation.

      I am a young sailor boy,
      I come from the sea, I come from the sea just to marry you,
      Oh will you marry, marry, marry, marry, will you me?

      (Back and forth between the sailor and his love interest)

      FinallyπŸ‘‡

      You love my money but you don't love me/2x

      No I won't marry/4x
      I won't marry you!!!!


      Thanks Twins Squared for taking me down memory lane🀩

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  9. I kill my 1 star
    I kill my 2 star
    I kill my 3 star
    I kill my 4 star
    I kill my 5 star
    I kill my 6 star.
    Lmao.
    Mr Macaroni riding on a bicycle,if you want to marry me Mr Macaroni
    Bom bom, sisi Mia bom bom
    Sisi Mia Mr Macaroni

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  10. Nigeria jaga jaga
    Everything scatter scatter
    Poor man dey suffer
    ..........

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  11. If you want to marry a husband
    If you marry a wakaabout
    Na so so trouble trouble, trouble
    Na trouble trouble, trouble, trouble, trouble trouble
    Na so so trouble trouble, trouble

    -Nelly Uchendu! πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸŽΆπŸŽΆπŸ˜œπŸ˜œ

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  12. Omo’ba fausa , ki lo fi she fawusa.
    Omo’ba Calabar , ki lo fi she Calabar
    E ma weyin oh , wehin wehin
    E ma she ofofo , ofofo o da
    Idi ore mi le mi o Fisi , idi ore e talantolo ( lmao)

    Folalonpe

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  13. Bread and butter baskelebe , ma je o gbona baskelbe
    Ma je o tutu baskelebe , idi e a ja bo ( or something )

    Folalonpe

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    1. I got a girlfriend check check (2ce)
      Lets go down to see her check check (2ce)
      I need some money and I need to some food (2ce)
      So lets get ready with a clap kpa! kpa! (2ce)
      So lets get ready with the dance (dats good) (2ce)
      So lets get ready with the pamala pamala check check (2ce)

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  14. Sandalili (7x) ask a question
    I am a doctor in my country
    Some of you know me well
    If you look me up and down 🎢
    You will know that it's true

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  15. Sandalili(standard living)

    Sandalili sandalili
    Sandalili sandalili
    Sandalili sandalili
    Sandalili sandalili

    I'm a doctor in my country
    Some of you know me well
    If you look me up and down
    You will know or that its true!

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  16. Dizzy K Falola

    Baby kilode

    I want you, I want you
    I'll never let you go

    Baby kilode 😁😁😁😁😁😁

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  17. Mr macaroni
    Riding on his bicycle
    If you want to marry me
    Mr macaroni
    Bom bom
    Cicilia
    Bom bom
    Cicilia
    Bom bom
    Cicilia
    Mr macaroni

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    1. If you are ready count your number, so 5,10,15,20....

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  18. Odo do do do
    Odabo sugar
    Odabo bournvita
    Odabo bla bla blah
    Iiye oh
    Panla lemi ofi jeun

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  19. Hot water hot water make Mary die

    Cold water cold water make Mary wake...

    I can't remember the other parts. We used to sing this rhyme in Ajegunle where I grew up as a child πŸ˜›

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  20. Sandalili sandalili, sandalili sandalili sandalili sandalili sandalili sanda question.
    I'm a doctor In my country, doctor! Every body knows me well, if you look at me up and down you will know that it's true

    Of you are born I. January, stand up and dance arrira arria rosie God bless you 😁😁😁😁😁

    I love to go a wandering, along the mountains tracks and as I go love to sing my napsack on my back, valderi, valdra, valderi valdra, my napsack on my back

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    1. Ok I enjoyed yours! Beautiful memories

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    2. I always loved the last one

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    3. Skipping rope song A, b, c, d, e !
      E- Emeka will you marry Anita - yes , no, it may be so.
      Where will you do your wedding? - toilet ,bathroom , hospital , church.
      Which car will you drive? Volvo, Mercedes wheel barrow,
      Which child will you born ? Boy, girl, premature. Lol

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  21. Ten Ten
    Ten Ten
    Ten Tennnnnnnn
    Stomping of feet....

    I no remember again o...lolz

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  22. O kangaroo ,oh kangaroo as you beautiful you want to marry a farmer ,oh kangaroo

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  23. Kalu play ball, one naira fall
    Abacha take am go buy chewing gum
    Yum yum yum yum, chewing gum Dey sweet
    Three days later, abacha die


    Who remembers this?:

    From the east to the west to the north and south
    I took my uncle to the candy shop
    He bought me ice cream and he bought me cake
    He took me home in a Volvo car
    Mama mama I feel so sick
    Call the doctor quick quick quick
    Dr. lawyer would I die?
    No count one to ten and feel all right!

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  24. Kalu play ball, one naira fall
    Abacha take am go buy chewing gum
    Yum yum yum yum, chewing gum Dey sweet
    Three days later, abacha die


    Who remembers this?:

    From the east to the west to the north and south
    I took my uncle to the candy shop
    He bought me ice cream and he bought me cake
    He took me home in a Volvo car
    Mama mama I feel so sick
    Call the doctor quick quick quick
    Dr. lawyer would I die?
    No count one to ten and feel all right!

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  25. Oko mi ye, durotimi o,d'ojo ale mi.

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    1. Yeah I know sultry singer's song.
      Oko mi ye.
      Oko mi yeeee,duro ti mi ye o. Duro ti mi ye o,lojo ale re.
      Ki o ma se gbagbe mii o to ba dara fun e....
      I looveee Stella.

      1,2 Buckle my shoe.
      3,4 Knock at the door.
      5,6 Pick up sticks.
      7,8 Lay them straight.
      9,10 A big fat hen.
      11,12 Dig and delve.

      The folk songs I know are hausa then few Igbo songs.

      Dan mali yo......... mali yo
      Dan maliyo na wa.....mali yo
      Ina kin je ne .......mali yo
      Na je ilori .........mali yo
      We che za ki dawo ne.mali yo
      Hahaha
      The dancing and shakara no be here.

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    2. If you marry taxi driver I don’t care
      If you marry lady lawyer it doesn’t matter
      Marry market woman I don’t care
      If you marry anybody iiiiii



      Mandy Brrown Ojugbana

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  26. Tinko tinko
    Tinkoloko tinko... whatever the hell that is

    Who stole the meet from the cooking pot, is it not number one?
    You mean? o yes
    It couldn’t be,
    Then who?

    Another one
    Good morning Mr Joe, good morning to you all
    I’ve come to tell you about the ashanti ones.
    They have no sense, they can only drink
    Omio omio omio mio mio mio mio


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    1. Anon 14:05 , thanks for these memories

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  27. Farmer, farmer will you marry me?
    Oh yes! I will marry you tomorrow, but how can I marry such a beautiful girl when I have no shoes to wear

    She ran ran ran, to the shop shop shop to buy a shoe for him

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  28. Who sat and watched my infant bed
    When sleeping on my candle bed
    And tears of sweet affection shed... My mother.

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  29. 1960 I go london
    I see one man
    The man tell me
    Where Muritala?
    Muritala is dead
    Who kill am?
    Na Dimka
    Dinka is a bad man , Dimka is a bad man.
    ( we used it to play ten ten in those days )

    ( This second one is my area version of jingle bells in dem days )
    Jingle bell jingle bell jingle all the way
    Babagida open mouth everybody laugh
    Jingle bell jingle bell jingle all the way
    Babagida pen mouth everybody laugh

    Did you see the thing , did you see the thing
    Did you see the jolojolo jumping up and down

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    1. The one I know is Babagida open yansh everybody see eh!, Did you see that thing wey be like banana!!

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  30. Two fighting, Eba make them fight......
    amala call police..
    I can’t remember the rest

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    1. Two fighting eba make dem fight, akpu seperate them, amala call police, police arrest them.

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  31. If you were born in January come out and dance..

    Arounda rounda happy to you God bless you.

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  32. Willy Willy don die

    Na wetin kill am?

    Na.....

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    1. Na nchele kill am πŸ˜‚

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    2. That willy Willy scared the hell out of me.

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    3. Willy Willy from the film hit cash.
      Willy Willy don die.
      Na who kill am?
      Na Jerry kill am.
      Na Jerry kill am.
      (NTA Benin) that time. Haha

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  33. Oyinbo no dey wear trouser...ahan oyinbo na niotoroza.

    Who sang that song? Gush!

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  34. As I was going to the market
    Going to the shop
    I turned around, I turned around and don't know where to stop.
    She was shaking shaking shaking
    Shaking to the shop
    I turned around, turned around and don't know where to stop
    S.T.O.P
    Stop


    My grandmother like sitting on the waist
    She don't care what people say
    Her time now says 6 o'clock
    We are ready to brush our teeth
    We are ready to comb our hair
    Stupid are you
    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Lol
      My daughter loves the second one especially when brushing

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  35. If you marry taxi driver,
    I didn't care
    If you marry....
    It doesn't matter.

    Jingle bells jingle bells
    Jingle o the well
    Babangida open yan**
    Very busy say heyyyy

    Who stole the meat from the cooking pot

    No 1 stole the meat from the cooking pot
    Is it me
    Yes you
    E cooodn beee
    Then who
    πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    1. If you marry taxi driver (Mandy Ojugbana)
      #memories.

      Holiday is coming.
      Holiday is coming.....

      Many songs mehnn.

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  36. Wherever you go (gogogongo)
    Wherever you see (sisi eko)
    Do not say Yes when you mean to say no
    Baba ibadan.

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  37. Pipi o nyem ego
    Pipi o nyem ego
    Pipi je rice 30 Kobo(2x)
    Pipi pipi pipi Onye ara
    Pipi pipi pipi Onye eberibe

    Biro one,pencil two, eraser pari olodo away

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  38. Male Voice:
    Darling, go home, your husband is ill.


    Female voice:
    Is he ill? Let them give him a pill.
    Oh, come my dear Franz, just one more dance,
    Then I'll go home to my poor old man

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  39. Thank you for bringing back these memories. Sometimes I wish I could be a child again

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  40. E get e one girl Response: tamina tamina!!..Her name is Angela! Response: Tamina! Tamina!! She get Ikebe!! Response: Tamina Tamina!! Fanta face, coca cola body: Tamina! Tamina!! Hey o hey o hey o!!

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  41. Where your mama gone! Where your mama gone! Where your papa gone!! Where your papa gone!! Fara faraway!! Fara faraway!!

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  42. One bright morning in the middle of the night
    two dead men got up to fight
    back to back but they faced each other
    they brought out their guns and shot each other
    If you don't believe this lie is true
    ask the blind man he saw it all

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  43. Mama, papa school no dey
    Wetin happen
    Our teachers dey drink garri for school
    Which kind garri
    Ijebu garri, Cele water, oyinbo sugar, mallam groundnut

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  44. Willie willie willie willie o kpamkpam kpam mother in the kitchen cooking rice kpamkpamkpam father in the palour watching film kpamkpamkpam children in the garden playing ball kpamkpamkpam this is the end of my story i say stop! Change your style, another style, do like that

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  45. I was born in the 90s but don't know most of the ones listed 😩

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  46. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I don laugh tire

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  47. If my neighbors wnt my cousin 2 cry bck den na ifeoma ifeoma ifeoma i want to marry you give me you love....🀣🀣🀣

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    1. Had a niece like that too.
      If you add the stressed vocab at the end the tears will multiply.

      I want to marry you uuuu, baibe I'm seriousseeee.

      Hahaha.

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  48. Two little birds sitting on a wall, one named peter one named paul fly away peter fly away paul come back peter come back paul

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    1. Psquare no gree fly back o

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    2. A noun is a shalanga ekpa dindin, omi garri is a water, egwu eka is a thief.

      Ta lo kpa iya ijebu ? Ibeere!

      Some ppl jealous me! Some ppl jealous me! Some ppl jealous me because of my ikebe ( na compound fight song back then)

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    3. Ten green bottles standing on the wall.

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  49. Who is in the garden?
    A little fine girl.
    Can I come over to see her?
    No(2ce)
    I beg you my sister, please follow me...

    Three blind mice
    See how they run
    They all ran after the farmer's wife who cut off a tail with a carving knife.....
    Three blind mice.

    Goosey goosey gander,
    Where shall I wander?
    Upstairs and downstairs
    And in my lady’s chamber.
    There I met an old man
    Who wouldn’t say his prayers,
    So I took him by his left leg
    And threw him down the stair.

    Yellow bird,
    Up high in banana tree,
    Yellow bird,
    You sit all alone like me

    Did your lady friend
    Leave the nest again?
    That is very sad,
    Make me feel so bad
    You can fly away
    in the sky so high....

    Pussycat, pussycat where have you been?
    I have been to london to see the queen
    London for what?
    London for medicine
    Medicine for what?
    Medicine for coughing
    Are you coughing? No ma
    Cough let me see you.



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  50. Johnbull my son I sent you to school yet you don't know how to spell your name.
    J.O.H.N.B.U.L.L you don't know how to spell your name.


    The vulture eats between its meal and that's the reason why...
    Its eyes is dull, its head is bald and his neck is growing thinner
    Oh! What a lesson for us all to only eat at dinner.

    Holidays are coming
    No more morning bells
    good bye teacher
    good bye scholars
    I am going for a jolly holiday.

    The Owl and the Pussy Cat went to sea
    In a beautiful pea-green boat
    They took some honey & plenty of money
    Wrapped up in a five-pound note.
    The Owl looked up to the stars above
    And sang to a small guitar,
    "O lovely Pussy, O Pussy, my love,
    What a beautiful Pussy you are,
    What a beautiful Pussy you are!"

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  51. 1.We are all Mamza people, we got to get the things of life, food, power supply water and education (i no sabi the lyrics ooo)

    2. In Nigeria, west africa, there was something terrible, on the 19th of oct when they killed our journalist. He was eating, he was eating, he was eating in his house. Wen they brought him an envelope it was full of letter bomb...

    3. Ori ama danger, ur father is a Nati with him big big belle ( I don forget lyrics o, na so i de sing am)

    4. Give me a bottle of juggle juice let me fly like bee, never you give me a bottle of beer i like my juggle juice..

    5. Sami dodo, mimi do do mi do, mimi dodo calabar. lati do, lati do..

    6. January, febuary, marchhh, april , may, june , july jul lie lie, august , september , octber.

    7. we are h.a.ppy, we know we are we are sure we are we are H.APPY HAPPY.

    8.The day is bright, is bright and fair oh happy day, the day of joy , the day is bright is bright and fair oh happy day of joy mama jollof rice.

    9. We are rising arising arising we are rising .. what are you rising for what for what for what.. we are rising for to marry to marry (jesu we mumu dat year eh. sweet years tho)

    10. LEKE LEKE DEY FRY FOR UP, I PICK STONE STONE AM. E BEGIN TO CURSE ME WAKA SHEGE..

    11. EMEKA NO WEAR PANT OO (this one na tales by moonlight theme song)

    12. I got a lot of girlfrinds in lagos 3x... Monica monica monica monica, if monica no kill me i no go die again (blacky)

    13. Our goalkeeper magnector, their goalkeeper shoemaker

    14. Who is in the garden a little fine girl , can i come and see her? no no no no

    15. Make u dey look road before you cross

    16. Police eh, police eh, police, he's commiting sucide o, the black man wey dey here is commiting suicide o (bright chimeze)

    Abeg goodnight i be barracks pikin

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