(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: NO ONE LIKE YOU BY EBEN AND NATHANIEL BASSEY “THIS THEIR BALLET DANCE THOUGH”

(+LYRICS+MEANING+TRANSLATION) MUSIC REVIEW: NO ONE LIKE YOU BY EBEN AND NATHANIEL BASSEY “THIS THEIR BALLET DANCE THOUGH”

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Nawa oh, is this one ballet? This their ballet is what you call “Bab” or “Babber ballet” Walahi, the ballerinas did not put effort in that their ballet dance.

Moving on, when I saw the number of views this song has garnered overtime on YouTube; I was disappointed. I expected more views for a spirit-lifting, spirit-filling and melodious song by these great artistes. So I am wondering, is it that people do not know that the video is out on YouTube? If you don’t know; quickly check it out here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1alCBQZqBiY-

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WHAT IS THE SONG “NO ONE LIKE YOU” BY EBEN DT NATHANIEL BASSEY ABOUT?

The song “No one like You” is about the uniqueness and superiority of God. He is incomparable. He is the God of gods and the Lord of lords.

The artistes also acknowledge the wonders of God in the lives of people and how he has filled the mouth of people with great testimonies. View some of the testimonies below…

TESTIMONIES

  • Angela was going through a financial struggle, but one day, she miraculously receives 14,000 dollars from the government.
  • Kimberly thanking God for healing her entire mind, body, and spirit.
  • Christabel believing God for a child and having the faith that God would do it.
  • Jim decided to live his life for Christ after God saved him from a major sickness through the prayers of friends, families and his school.

The song has only one verse but was repeated thrice by Eben, Nathaniel Bassey, and the back-up singers respectively. The chorus was taken thrice. The lyrics are meaningful and uplifting. The melody is catchy and tuneful. It, however, sounds familiar, but I can’t place which song has a similar tune with this. The artistes have strong vocals and were very expressive with the vocals as well.  The rhythm flows well and they were consistent with the style of rhythm. The major instruments used to compose the song include piano, drums, and harp. The artistes sang in English but fused it with Igbo Words like “Eze” which means “King” and “Ebube” which means “Wonders”

They also fused it with some Yoruba words like “Atofarati, Eleruiyin, Awimayehun, Aladewura”. View their meanings below

Eleruiyin: The One worthy to be praised; Awimayehun: The God that speaks and it cometh to pass or His word doesn’t change; Atofarati: The God you can rely on or lean on; Alade wura: Crown of Glory.

 

JUST WONDERING

Why the dance did his face like someone in pains. View at the 1 minute 37 seconds of the song, like someone in pains.

That Nathaniel’s laughter is synonymous to only him; I like though. Listen to it at the 2 minutes 2 seconds of the song.

Take a gander at the lyrics below.

LYRICS TO NO ONE LIKE YOU BY EBEN FT NATHANIEL BASSEY

VERSE 1

You’re not a man oh, You’re not a man oh
You’re the God who opens doors no man can shot
You’re not a man oh, You’re not a man oh
You are the God of everything; there’s no one like you

CHORUS

No one like you Jesus; no one like you
No one like you Eze; no one like you
No one like you father; no one like you master
You are the God of everything; there’s no one like you

BEATZ

REPEAT VERSE 1 (NATHANIEL BASSEY)

You’re not a man oh,You’re not a man oh
You’re the God who opens doors no man can shot
You’re not a man oh,You’re not a man oh
You are the God of everything; no one like you

CHORUS (NATHANIEL BASSEY)

No one like you Jesus; no one like you
No one like you Eze; no one like you
No one like you Aba father; no one like you J master
You are the God of everything; no one like you

REPEAT VERSE 1

You’re not a man oh (You are not a man who should lie)
You are not a man oh (You are not a man that should lie; You can never lie; yeah yeah)
You are the God who opens door no man can shot (You open door)
You’re not a man oh (You are God all by yourself)
You’re not a man oh (That’s who you are, that’s who you are)
You’re the God of everything no one like you

CHORUS

No one like you Jesus; no one like you (Papa’m oh)
No one like you Eze; no one like you (Ebube, ebube, ebube’m eh
No one like you father; no one like you master (Oh oh)
You are the God of everything;  no one like you

No one like you Jesus; no one like you (Doing wonders)
No one like you Eze; no one like you (There’s no one like you)
No one like you father; no one like you master (No one like you; like me savior)
You are the God of everything Ohhhhhhhhhhhh

God of everything; no one like you

Oh! No one like you Atofarati
No one like you Baba’m oh
No one like you Eleruiyin
No one like you

Oh No one like you Awimayehun
No one like you Aladewura
You are the God of everything; there’s no one like You

OUTRO

No one like you Jesus! No one like you Chimo!
No one like you Eze! No one like you!
No one like you master! No one like you father!

You’re the God of everything; there’s no one like you

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