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(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: POWER FLOW BY MONIQUE “I SO KNOW THIS SONG LIKE…” +MONIQUE’S KIDS ARE REALY CUTE!

Seriously, this song used to be my national anthem. You doubt me? Ask all the workers and members of Jesus House Parish, Akioka. I am so in love with this song! I know it like the back of my hand!

WHAT IS THE SONG POWER FLOW BY MONIQUE ABOUT?

Power flow in the context of this song means the movement of God’s power

In the song, the artiste calls on the rapid movement of God’s power (Power flow) all over the earth, so that there would be peace. She calls on God to show his power; move in His usual mysterious way and deliver the nation from calamities. She also calls on God to pour out his fresh anointing her.

In the artiste’s country- Nigeria, there is so much terrorism and killings; she is also calling on God to put an end to the crisis in the country and grant the nation peace.

The artiste also eulogizes God with the sweet names which the Yorubas in Nigeria refer to as “Oriki”

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Signs and wonders means a miraculous occurrence or something that is inexplicable

Fiagbara e ran means God should show your power

Agbanilagbatan means God that saves completely; Awonilawotan: He that watches fully

Atorise: The God that is able to do all things or makes the impossible to be possible.

Atofarati: The God you can rely on or lean on; Alagbawimi: The God that saves/defends

The song comes in two verses. The chorus was taken thrice. The lyrics to the song are meaningful, inspiring and detailed. The lyrics are in order; it follows a particular sequence. The tune is also inspiring and melodious. It is also very catchy. It is however similar to Sinach’s tune for “The name of Jesus.” The artiste has an appealing vocal and she sang expressively to the beat. The lyrics flowed well with the rhythm. There was consistency in the style of rhythm. There was no conflicting instrumental. The major instruments used to compose the song include drums, piano and guitar. Monique sang in English but fused it with Yoruba a Nigerian language.

The video which features her two cute children

depicts God as the all-powerful One. A lady (Acted Allwell Damola) whose son was proclaimed dead by the doctor went down on her knees to pray to God. Her prayer was answered as God woke her son from the dead. That’s the theme of the song “Movement of God’s powers in a place”. The video complements the track.

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Take a gander at the lyrics below

LYRICS TO POWER FLOW BY MONIQUE

Let your power flow in this place
Let your healing come in this place
I call for signs and wonders in this place
Let your presence show in this place (Oh yeah)

Anointing fall on me. Your mercy will I see
Just like the days when power part the sea
Your power remains the same
Yes, you never change

CHORUS

Fi agbara re han (3x) (Show your power)
Onye oma (The good God)
Fi agbara re han (3x) (Show your power)
Onye oma (The good God)

VERSE 2

I worship you; Alagbawi mi oh (I worship You my saviour/defender)
I adore Jehovah; Eledumare
I depend on you; Agbani lagbatan oba (I depend on you the One that saves completely)
Your covenant is sure oh. Yes, You never change yeah eh

Anointing fall on me (Oh)
Your glory will I see (Oh, oh, oh)
Just like the days when power part the sea
Your power remain the same. Yes, You never change
(Baba)

CHORUS

Fi agbara re han  (Show your power) (I depend on you)
Fi agbara re han  (Show your power) (Lord I wait on you)
Fi agbara re han (Show your power)  (You alone I have)
Onye oma  (Good God) (My help my defender)
Fi agbara re han (Show your power)  (My Lord my provider)
Fi agbara re han  (Show your power)  (My only desire)
Fi agbara re han (Show your power) (Alpha and Omega yeah yeah)
Onye oma (Good God)

BRIDGE

Emmanuel  comforter, oh (Iyelelema)
Emmanuel  redeemer, oh (Iyelelema)
Emmanuel my protector, oh (Iyelelema)
Iwo ni my sign and wonder (You are my sign and wonder)

Agbanilagbatan oh (Iyelelema)
Awonilawotan oh (Iyelelema)
Iwo l’ato ri se (Iyelelema)
Iwo l’ato farati (Iyelelema)

(Raise your voice)

CHORUS

Fi agbara re han (Show your power)  (Lion of the tribe of Judah)
Fi agbara re han (Show your power)  (Your power part the waters)
Fi agbara re han (Show your power)  (You are lord; You’re alive)
Onye oma (You’re able; You’re faithful)
Fi agbara re han (Show your power)  (Covenant keeping God)
Fi agbara re han (Show your power)  (You’re the ancient of days)
Fi agbara re han (Show your power)  (You’re the ancient of days)
Onye oma (Good God)

OUTRO

Emmanuel  comforter oh (Fi agbara re han)
Emmanuel  redeemer oh (Fi agbara re han)
Emmanuel my provider oh (Fi agbara re han)
Iwo ni my sign and wonder (Onye oma) (You are my signs and wonder (Good God))

Emmanuel my comforter (Iyelelema)
Emmanuel e redeemer, oh (Iyelelema)
Emmanuel my provider, oh (Iyelelema)
Iwo ni my sign and wonder (Iyelelema)
Iwo ni my sign and wonder, oh (Iyelelema)
Emmanuel Emmanuel onye oma (Emmanuel, the good God)
Iyelelema (IyelelemaHallelujah

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DURATION: 4 MINUTES 21 SECONDS

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“God has spoken once, twice have I heard this, that power belongs to God” Psalms 62:11

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