(+LYRICS+TRANSLATION+MEANING) MUSIC REVIEW: KEYS TO THE KINGDOM BY BEYONCE FT MR. EAZI “THE REAL MEANING OF THIS SONG!”

(+LYRICS+TRANSLATION+MEANING) MUSIC REVIEW: KEYS TO THE KINGDOM BY BEYONCE FT MR. EAZI “THE REAL MEANING OF THIS SONG!”

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The artistes use the song “keys to the kingdom” to raise the spirits of those who are currentlyhaving difficulties and are about to give up. The artistes encourage them to keep thriving even though they think they are not making headway and can’t tolerate the frustrating situation anymore.

They make people realize that irrespective of how tough their situations may be, they are still the cure to their situation. They are the essential formula needed to breakthrough into that great territory they desire. They are assure people that they are meant for something greater. They are destined to be superior and people would submit to them.

Simply say “Everybody has got the potential to be great. Just find your path to greatness.”

I am trying to connect these Tiwas’s lines “The other sun and the moon bow for you; but you won’t open your eyes”

Any idea? Kindly fill me in via the comment box

When someone/something bows to you, it submits to you. The idiom “open your eyes” mean “To realize the truth”

LYRICS TO KEYS TO THE KINGDOM BY BEYONCE FT MR. EAZI

VERSE 1  (TIWA SAVAGE)

The other sun and the moon bow for you

But you won’t open your eyes

Omo oba ma gbagbe eh eh eh (The child of a king do not forget)

Ranti oruko Baba eh eh (Remember God’s name)

Oh oh oh oh oh oh

PRE CHORUS (TIWA SAVAGE)

Tick tock pretty baby

You can get it back don’t you waste it

To grow from your past, you have got to face it, oh yeah

You are the key to the kingdom

Oh you are the remedy, you don’t know what is inside

But you are the key to the kingdom

You are the key to the kingdom
Oh, so believe, even if you can’t see, I’l never leave

‘Cause you are the key to the kingdom

You are the key to the kingdom

VERSE 1 (TIWA SAVAGE)

Here some things you have to know

It go hard from have to grow

When you feel you have had enough, you gotta breathe

Just remember who you are, you forget, look to the stars

Even the strong, yeah the weak

But you are the key, you are the key
PRE CHORUS (TIWA SAVAGE)

Tick tock pretty baby

You can get it back don’t you waste it

To grow from your past, you have got to face it, oh yeah (Yeah yeah)

Tick tock pretty baby

You can get it back don’t you waste it

To grow from your past, you have got to face it, oh yeah

CHORUS

You are the key to the kingdom

Oh you are the remedy, you don’t know what is inside

But you are the key to the kingdom

You are the key to the kingdom

Oh, so believe, even if you can’t see, I’l never leave

‘Cause you are the key to the kingdom

You are the key to the kingdom

VERSE 2 (MR. EAZI)

Zaga dat

Just like the tree, just like the Chinese, Bamboo tree

See, eyes wide not see, the greatness inside you, that lies within.
Oya cone sit ‘pon your throne

You know you no go stay down for long

Whenever in doubt and alone

Just remember, that you are the king inna the kingdom


PRE CHORUS (TIWA SAVAGE)

Tick tock pretty baby

You can get it back don’t you waste it

To grow from your past, you have got to face it, oh yeah (Yeah yeah)

Tick tock pretty baby

You can get it back don’t you waste it

To grow from your past, you have got to face it, oh yeah

CHORUS

You are the key to the kingdom

Oh you are the remedy, you don’t know what is inside

But you are the key to the kingdom

You are the key to the kingdom

Oh, so believe, even if you can’t see, I’l never leave

‘Cause you are the key to the kingdom

You are the key to the kingdom

OUTRO (TIWA SAVAGE)

The other sun and the moon bow for you

VIEW IMAGES FROM BEYONCE’S SONGS- JA ARA E FT BURNA BOY; KEYS TO THE KINGDOM FT TIWA SAVAGE AND MR.EAZI; DON’T JEALOUS ME FT TECKNO, YEMI ALADE AND MR. EAZI; ALREADY FT SHATTA WALE AND MAJOR LAZER

 

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR “KEYS TO THE KINGDOM” BY BEYONCE FT MR.EAZI AND TIWA SAVAGE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvHCdROc4Jk-

DURATION: 3MINUTES 19 SECONDS

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