I called to know ,
How you are doing,
But, I heard his voice
Telling you to bade me good bye,
Ahn Aduke mi, have you forgotten that “the devil you knew is better than angel you just met”
Alake mi, fairest of all,
I called to know,
How much you still care,
How much you can bear,
How much you believe
The sea might depart but the mind of a man is deep.
I called just to tell you I can still bring change
I called to tell you I might be skinny but my words are muscled filled
I might not look like Balogun but my words have won the war of words
My wisdom are aliens from different planets
I am not Ifa’s mouthpiece but, my wisdom is used by Ifa’s messengers.
I called to tell you I’m sorry for the pains I caused
To tell you I’m sorry for treading your heart like a mill
To tell you I’m sorry for making you drown in your tears,
To tell you I’m sorry for the concealers used for me.
I called to tell you
For us to restore to lost glory,
We can change oou gory story,
Ajumose gbogbo wa ni….
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