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(+LYRICS + MEANING+ TRANSLATION) WOJU REMIX BY KIZZ DANIEL FT DAVIDO AND TIWA SAVAGE “HERE IS THE  REALEST MEANING OF THIS SONG!

(+LYRICS + MEANING+ TRANSLATION) WOJU REMIX BY KIZZ DANIEL FT DAVIDO AND TIWA SAVAGE “HERE IS THE  REALEST MEANING OF THIS SONG!

This song is what you call “Orin lo dun to yi; what am I trying to say is that this song di (is) so melodious!

This is Woju remix and it features songstress- Tiwa Savange and the Omo Baba Olowo (The son of the wealthy man), Davido.

WHAT IS THE SONG WOJU REMIX BY KIZZ DANIEL FT DAVIDO AND TIWA SAVAGE ABOUT

Woju is a Yoruba word in Nigeria which when translated to English means “Look into my eyes or my face.”

Woju is a love song. It talks about “Love at first sight.” The artiste develops profound love for a beautiful and sexy lady he meets at an ocassion for the first time and desires to spend his entire life with her.

The artiste shows signs of “Love at first sight” with the constant look he gave the lady, and the way he was blushing at her sight.

Hence, the use of the word “Woju” is a call unto the lady to look at his face so that she can see the ovious signs of love written all over his face..

The song comes in three verses taken by Kizz Daniel, Tiwa Savage and Davido respectively. Kizz Daniel took most part of the chorus and it was sung thrice. The lyrics are heartwarming, catchy and very interesting to the ears. The artistes sang mostly in Pidgin but fused it with Yoruba words. The artistes have also got melodic vocals. The major instruments used to compose the beat include drums and piano

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Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO WOJU REMIX BY KIZZ DANIEL FT DAVIDO AND TIWA SAVAGE

INTRO

It’s Davido

Kizz Daniel

G-Worldwide

Tiwa Savage

VERSE 1 (KIZZ DANIEL)

No be you I carry come (We did not come together)

But na you I go carry go o (But, I would take you with me)

Sisi agbarigo eh ya oh weh (Prettygirl)

No be you I dey check on o (You are not the one I am checking on)

But na you I wanna know know know know know (But you are the one that I want to know, know, know, know)

Sisi ferrari o eh ya oh weh (Ferrari babe)

Baby sweet! Baby nice! (Baby sweet! Baby nice!)

Baby tu di du di du (Baby is sweet)

Odikwa tight (Odikwa tight) (She is tight)

S’o mo pe o sexy (Do you know that you are sexy)

Ma lo ro boya iro ni (Don’t think it is a lie)

Otun mo pe o de wa pa (And you know that you are on point)

O wa fe ma buga si emi (And you want to be forming difficult to get)

CHORUS

Woju o (Ye le le le le le le) (Look into my eyes)

Baby ko ya woju o (Ye le le le le le) (Look into my eyes)

Ko ya woju o (Omo de yi le le le le le) (Make sure you look into my eyes)

Baby ko ya woju o (le le le le le le) (Babe, make sure you look into my eyes)

VERSE 2 (TIWA SAVAGE)

Bobo woju o (Guy, look into my eyes)

Ko ma lo foju o (So you don’t go blind)

‘Cause the more wey you look am, the less you go see  (Cause, the more you look at mw, the less you see)

Ma lo ro pe (Malo ro pe) (Don’t think that)

Ah xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Getting money like Rihanna (I am getting money like Rihanna)

Seeing the Future; Ciara (Seeing the future; Ciara)

Nothing go stop me o, never (Nothing would stop me; never)

If you go love me, then love me o jeje (If you would love; then love me easily)

If you go hold me, please hold me o jeje (If you would hold me; hold me easily)

I’m very sweet! Very nice! (I am very sweet! Very nice!)

If you check my bank account, odikwa large (If you check my bank account; it is large)

CHORUS

Woju o (Ye le le le le le le) (Look into my eyes)

Baby ko ya woju o (Ye le le le le le) (Look into my eyes)

Ko ya woju o (Omo de yi le le le le le) (Make sure you look into my eyes)

Baby ko ya woju o (le le le le le le) (Babe, make sure you look into my eyes)

VERSE 3 (DAVIDO)

I say the love wey I get for you, I no fit sing o (The kind of love I have for you; I can’t sing about it)

Sote your body dey bother me for my dream o (See me see gobe) (Such a way that your body bothers me in my dream)

All my guys dey ask themselves shey na so e sweet o (All my friends are asking me if that’s how sweet you are)

Oya baby come show me something them no fit see o (Baby, come and show me something that they can’t see)

Eh, very sweet o! Very nice! (Very sweet! Very nice)

She looking my xxxxxxxx and say odikwa bright (She looked at my xxxxxxx and said it is bright)

Gbagbe oshi (4x) (Forget nonsense (4x) )

CHORUS

Woju o (Ye le le le le le le) (Look into my eyes)

Baby ko ya woju o (Ye le le le le le) (Look into my eyes)

(It’s Davido)

Ko ya woju o (Omo de yi le le le le le) (Make sure you look into my eyes)

(OBO Baddest)

Baby ko ya woju o (la la la la la la) (Babe, make sure you look into my eyes)

OUTRO (KIZZ DANIEL AND DAVIDO)

Sheyman on the mix (Sheyman on the mix)

Oya, your boy Kiss eh (eh le ma ma ye le mama eh le) (It is your boy Kiss)

so fun ko ya lo joko (eh le ma ma ye le mama eh le) (Tell her to go and sit down)

Omo baba olowo (eh le ma ma ye le mama eh le) (It is the child of a wealthy person)

Oya omo Damisi (eh le ma ma ye le mama eh le) (It is the child of Damisi)

Oya omo confirm me is (eh le mama ye le ma ma eh le) (Now, confirm me is)

So fun pe awo la lo’ko (eh le mama ye le ma ma eh le) (Tell them that we own the men)

Kiss Daniel and Davido (eh le mama ye le ma ma eh le) (Kizz Daniel Davido_

Emperor G, na so (Emperor G; it is so)

Xxxxxxxxxxxx baby (, baby)

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