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(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: SKELETUN BY TEKNO “I DON’T EVEN REALLY KNOW WHY PEOPLE LOVE THIS SONG”

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Like I said in the caption, I don’t really know why people love this song, but whatever reason it is, I am also loving the song even though I can’t decipher it.

However, I am trying to understand this song. What is the song “Skeletun” really about?

Kindly hint us via the comment box what you feel Tekno was talking about in this song. But I know the song would no doubt be talking about sex. May be a “skeletun” sex style. I mean, he mentioned “Punani” in the verse 1. View below…

“Baby fuck your mummy, on your body banging…Baby girl punani, e dey whine follow me.”

The last time I checked, the word “Punani” still means the female genitals as in vagina.

What ya think?

Moving on, the beat is similar to that of “collabo”by Psquare, but Tekno’s is faster. Also, the video concept is kind of similar to Yope by Innoss B and Diamond Platnumz. So, who copied who? I am sure Yope video came out before this skeletun video, so now you know who copied who.

The artiste’s vocal was not clear and the lyrics are weak as well. The song has one verse. The chorus was taken thrice while the hook was taken twice.

Take a gander at the lyrics below.

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LYRICS TO SKELETUN BY TEKNO

INTRO

Echelon; Phanom!

Yeah yeah yeah yeah

Echelon, Phanom dey here so.

HOOK

See e don te wey we dey shayo (E don tey way ewe dey shayo)

See e don te wey we dey manya o( E don tey way we dey manya)

Since 1960 yeah yeah yeah (E don te wey we dey shayo)

Since 1930 no no no oh (E don te wey  we dey shayo)

CHORUS

E dey do Keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun

E  dey do your body skeletun, skeletun, skeletun, skeletun, skeletun, skeletun

E dey do Kelewu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu

E dey what? E dey do keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun

VERSE 1

Baby fuck your mummy, on your body banging

Baby girl punani, e dey whine follow me.

Ah she told me she met a punani.

Whenever she dey do, you dey do xxxxxxxx me

I say what a, what a dirty pussy cat ah

Baby girl you know say this your body bad ah

If you want to do, girl we get to xxxxxxxxxxxx

Baby girl you know, you can never be a cat ah

CHORUS

E dey do keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun

E  dey do your body skeletun, skeletun, skeletun, skeletun, skeletun, skeletun

E dey do Kelewu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu

E dey what? E dey do Keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun

BRIDGE

Ah baby! Don’t you know you’re killing me, oh baby Ehn eh eh eh eh

Ah baby! Don’t you know you’re killing me, oh baby

HOOK

See e don te wey we dey shayo (E don tey way ewe dey shayo)

See e don te wey we dey manya o( E don tey way we dey manya)

Since 1960 yeah yeah yeah (E don te wey we dey shayo)

Since 1930 no no no oh (E don te wey  we dey shayo)

CHORUS

E dey do keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun

E  dey do your body skeletun, skeletun, skeletun, skeletun, skeletun, skeletun

E dey do Kelewu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu, kelepu

E dey do skeletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun, keletun

OUTRO

What a, what a dirty pussy cat ah

Baby girl you know say this your body bad ah

If you want to do, girl we get the xxxxxxx

Baby girl you know, you can never be a cat ah

What a dirty pussy cat ah

Baby girl you know say this your body bad ah

If you want to do, girl we get the xxxxxxx

Baby girl you know, you can never be a cat ah

You hear me

Mix monster

You hear me You hear me now

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR THE SONG SKELETUN BY TECNO BELOW

DURATION: 3 MINUTES 22 SECONDS

SHOT AND CHOPPED BY TG OMORI

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