(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW- YES I DO BY BECCA FT TIWA SAVAGE “BECCA SAYS…”

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Yes I do is a collaboration between Ghanaian songstress- Becca and Nigerian Songstress- Tiwa Savage.

What is the song “Yes I do” by Becca and Tiwa about?

“Yes I do” connotes an agreement with someone or something or better still, an acceptance of  something of someone. In this song, the artistes use “Yes I do” to emphasize how readily they would accept the proposal of the men they are helplessly in love with if the men ever ask their hands in marriage.

This is no doubt a love song. It is a fast pace song and the song is melodious,The major instruments used include the drums, piano, guitar and shakers. The artistes sang majorly in pidgin. The song has  three verses; Becca took the first and third verse while Tiwa Savage took the second verse. The chorus and post-chorus were taken thrice each. I love the arrangement of the song; it is in array. The lyrics are also meaningful as well.

I wonder what “Yinkwe” means, Becca usually says this often. Any idea? Kindly fill me in via the comment box…..Thankz

Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO YES I DO BY BECCA FT TIWA SAVAGE

INTRO

Becca; Ooh ooh oh, ooh ooh oh oh ooh, Tiwa Savage.

Ooh ooh oh, yenkwe.

VERSE 1 (BECCA)

As water don pass garri o
Koko don turn pami o
I surrender all my love to you my baby

As long as u got me o..
You no go need nanny o
Because I go take care of you my sweety baby

CHORUS (BECCA)

So, if u ask me if I want to ooh ooh; yes I do
Be your one and only boo ooh ooh ooh; yes I do
Do I want to marry you ooh oh; yes I do (Eh!)
So enough of the gbangban
Pass me the ring make we dangba

POST CHORUS (BECCA)
Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; nwa nwa nwa baby
Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; make you love me, love me dey go

Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; nwa nwa nwa baby
Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; make you love me, love me dey go

VERSE 2 (TIWA SAVAGE)

You should know by now when I say no
I really mean yes; yes, yes, yes (yeah)
Now your love dey cool my temperature; so cool me down (yeah eh eh, yeah)
Turn my heart around; baby you sweet oh gbagam
Sugar no fit.. (Fitt reach am)
Honey no waste time; only you dey my mind

CHORUS (TIWA SAVAGE)
So, if u ask me if I want to ooh ooh; yes I do
Be your one and only boo ooh ooh ooh; yes I do
Do I want to marry you ooh ooh ooh; yes I do
So enough of the gbenge
Pass me the ring make we denge

POST CHORUS (TIWA SAVAGE)
Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; nwa nwa nwa baby
Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; make you love me, love me dey go

Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; nwa nwa nwa baby
Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; make you love me, love me dey go

VERSE 3 (BECCA)
Make u love me dey go
Make the something dey show
Make u love me on a high as well as the low
Make the loving dey flow

Like a river, river, river, river nile; river nile
If you understand then give God a big wipe
Give God a wiper eh

CHORUS (BECCA)

So, if u ask me if I want to ooh ooh; yes I do
Be your one and only boo ooh ooh ooh; yes I do
Do I want to marry you ooh oh; yes I do (Eh!)
So enough of the gbangban
Pass me the ring make we dangba

POST CHORUS (BECCA)
Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; nwa nwa nwa baby
Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; make you love me, love me dey go

Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; nwa nwa nwa baby
Nwa nwa nwa nwa nwa; make you love me, love me dey go

OUTRO

Dey go, ooh ooh ooh oh ooh
Make you love me dey go

Yenkwe

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