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(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW GIRLS BY FALZ FT PATORANKING “HERE IS WHAT GIRLS DO TO FALZ AND PATORANKING?”

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So what really happened to “Girls” in Falz song? Nothing o, they are just very important at all occasions. So what did girlz do to both Falz and Patoranking? Nothing o, they are just very important everywhere guys are.

The song “Girls” by Falz ft Patoranking basically stresses the relevance of girls in places and what their presence do at a gathering especially at a party according to Falz and Patoranking.

The song also talks about the kind of girls and their characters. The artistes describe some girls as money lovers and materialistic. According to them, those acts make them women and quite interesting to be around. The presence of girls make a party nice, sweet and soft

The artistes sang in pidgin basically but also fused with some Yoruba words. I can’t seem to connect some of the lines of the song; there were some lines that were unconnecting. The major instruments used in the song include drum and shakers. The song has two verses taken by Falz while Patoranking took the chorus and hook thrice which took a chunk part of the song.

Meaning of some words

Ijo– dance.

Ita lo ma wa ti party ma pa ri means you would be outside till the party finishes
Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO GIRLS BY FALZ FT PATORANKING

INTRO
Whayasay; close marking; hold something
It’s C-Tee on the beat

CHORUS (PATORANKING)

The party no go nice if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be nice if girls are not there)
The party no go nice if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be nice if girls are not there)
The party no go sweet if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be sweet if girls are not there)
The party no go soft if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be soft if girls are not there)

HOOK (PATORANKING)

Theresa; call am! Amaka; call am!
Jenifa; call am! Abena; call am!
Akosua; call am! Kafaya; call am!
Amaka; call am! The party no go nice if girls no dey

Yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah yeah

Yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah yeah

VERSE 1 (FALZ)        

The party no go tap if na sausage fest (God forbid); lai lai, it cannot make sense
I for call Chichi, she too like mulla.  O boy that ikebe super
Nathalie say she fit bring rice cooler, say she go come if we book her Uber.
But Sade say she can get here sooner, with all those her friends wey dey burst medulla
I dey calculate based on spending, everybody message dey for pending
Shayo don dey free, ijo, e plenty. Omo diesel sef don dey for engine
If anybody form swagger (No time o), tell them make them jump okada
Na party I dey do and I am not their father
And I am not the Lagos state governor either

CHORUS (PATORANKING)

The party no go nice if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be nice if girls are not there)
The party no go nice if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be nice if girls are not there)
The party no go sweet if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be sweet if girls are not there)
The party no go soft if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be soft if girls are not there)

HOOK (PATORANKING)

Theresa; call am! Amaka; call am!
Jenifa; call am! Abena; call am!
Akosua; call am! Kafaya; call am!
Amaka; call am! The party no go nice if girls no dey

Yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah yeah

Yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah yeah

 VERSE 2 (FALZ)

The party no go nice if booze no flow (Lai lai); fine girls and juice don go
Wetin we go do if these babes no show? Three hours now them don dey go-slow (OMG)
Excuse me! Who get motor? Come and reverse, person wan go (I dey come)
Hello sir! Who give you control, you go need to bounce o, party don show.                            I don talk dress code; all man sabi; you still wear nonsense come my party
Bouncers stop him, he’s not my padi, ita lo ma wa ti party ma pa ri
You go even help increase the space, because we are holding it for babes
Make sure say the boy leave the place; we don’t have oxygen to waste

CHORUS (PATORANKING)

The party no go nice if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be nice if girls are not there)
The party no go nice if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be nice if girls are not there)
The party no go sweet if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be sweet if girls are not there)
The party no go soft if girls no dey; if girls no dey (The party wont be soft if girls are not there)

HOOK (PATORANKING)

Theresa; call am! Amaka; call am!
Jenifa; call am! Abena; call am!
Akosua; call am! Kafaya; call am!
Amaka; call am! The party no go nice if girls no dey

Yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah yeah

Yeah yeah yeah yeah, yeah yeah yeah yeah

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR THE SONG GIRLS BY FALZ FT PATORANKING

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jedDXFmxJIM

DURATION: 3 MINUTES 37 SECONDS

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