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 (+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW CALL BY JOE BOY “I WONDER IF JOE BOY CAN SMILE MORE ..”

It would make more sense If Joeboy can really smile more in his music videos, even generally, cause it makes him cute..

Joeboy; he can like to squeeze his face or carry a long face. I don’t know if na im swag o; but I think when he smiles, he is better. What y’all think?

WHAT IS THE SONG “CALL” BY JOEBOY ABOUT

This is a love song. In the song, Joeboy is head over heels in love with a lady. He can’t seem to concentrate on any other thing except this lady. He expresses his profound love for this lady. He vows to be available for her always. He says she can count on him to be there for her always whenever she needs him. He is willing to risk his life to protect her. He is committed to only this lady and always wants to be around her all the time. He assures her that they would be together forever.

Lyrically: The lyrics are heartwarming and in array. The song comes in two verses, both have the same stanza. The pre chorus and chorus were taken twice each. The artise floweed well on the beat. The lyrics to verse one are quite better that that of verse 2; which are somewhat confusing. View below

“Na so we enter part two
Step inna the place everybody confuse
Everything move
Highlife cruise
Smoke and booze oya make you feel good; oh no no”

In all, the lyrics are fair.

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Vocal– Joeboy has an appealing vocal. His vocal is very interesting to the ears. His vocal was clear also in the song. He was consistent with his vocal quality and did not go off tune.

Melody: So very tuneful! He was consistent with the style of rhythm. The instrumentals are well arranged and balanced; no conflicting instrumental. The major instruments used in the composition of this song include drums, piano and harp.

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Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO CALL BY JOEBOY

INTRO

BEATZ

Joeboy ‘pon deck
Yeah yeah

VERSE 1

Confuse me
Tell me why you dey confuse me (Oh baby)
Your body too attractive
And the way I fall for you
E dey be like magic (Oh no)

PRE CHORUS

Na where you dey me I go dey
And I no go fit to come another day (Odo)
I go dey call you my baby
Na together we go dey we no go fade away

Why be say na you dey my mind?
Say you no be option no be lie
Oya make we run away make we fly away (Oh no no no)
Why be say na you dey ma mind?
Say you no be option, no be lie
Oya make we fly away make we run away

CHORUS

So make you call on me, call on me
You know say I go pull up for you
You know say I go what?
Call on me, call on me
You know say I go pull up for you (Yeah yeah)
You know say I go pull up for you

VERSE 2

Na so we enter part two
Step inna the place everybody confuse
Everything move
Highlife cruise
Smoke and booze oya make you feel good; oh no no

PRE CHORUS

Na where you dey me I go dey
And I no go fit to come another day (Odo)
I go dey call you my baby
Na together we go dey we no go fade away

Why be say na you dey ma mind?
Say you no be option no be lie
Oya make we run away make we fly away (Oh no no no)
Why be say na you dey ma mind?
Say you no be option no be lie
Oya make we fly away make we run away

CHORUS

So make you call on me, call on me
You know say I go pull up for you
You know say I go what?
Call on me, call on me
You know say I go pull up for you (Yeah yeah)
You know say I go pull up for you

OUTRO

Do di do da do
Do di do da do
Do di do da do do
Do di do da do do
Do di do da do
Do di do da do
Do di do da do do
Do di do da do do
(Ready 4x)
Joe, Joeboy ‘pon deck

Joeboy (13x)

 

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR THE SONG CALL BY JOEBOY BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cS61vkU6qLk

DURATION: 2 MINUTES 50 SECONDS

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