(+Lyrics + meaning + translation) Music Review- Sare by Simi

lyrics, meaning and translation of the song sare by simi
lyrics, meaning and translation of the song sare by simi

Simi is a popular sonorous Nigerian singer. She was formerly signed to X3M music, she has however launched her record label, Studio Brat.

What is the song Sare by Simi all about?

Sare is a Yoruba word in Nigeria that means “run.” The song—

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Lyrics to Sare by Simi

Verse 1

Oh no

I don’t wanna spend the night alone, so low (I don’t want to spend the night alone.)

Para 

Yolo

Anything I need, I take am for my kolo (Anything I need, I take it from my safe box.)

Pre-chorus

I’m getting money

I’m getting lucky

I hear you calling

You’re up to something

Para

Chorus

Gimme, gimme, gimme love

If you no get love, gimme chop (If you don’t have love, give me to eat.)

If you no get back, gimme front (If you don’t have back, give me your front.)

Just gimme, gimme, gimme something

Sare (Sare eh eh) (Run)

Sare, sare, sare wa gba (Run, come and take.)

Sare (Sare eh eh) (Run.)

Post chorus

Sare, sare, sare wa gba (Run, come and take.)

Sare wa oh (Run)

Sare, sare, sare wa gba (Run, come and take.)

Sare (Sare eh eh) (Run.)

Sare, sare, sare wa gba (Run, come and take.)

Sare wa gba (Run, come and take.)

Verse 2

Oh no

I don’t wanna miss a thing

No, no, Fomo

Para

She say “Don’t you keep me waiting oh” (Waiting oh)

Make me proud like Papilo (Papilo)

Do it like a Latino (Latino)

Quiero que tu sepas (I want you to know.)

Pre-chorus

I’m getting money

I’m getting lucky

I hear you calling

You’re up to something, na, na

Para

Chorus

Gimme, gimme, gimme love

If you no get love, gimme chop (If you don’t have love, give me to eat.)

If you no get back, gimme front (If you don’t have back, give me your front.)

Just gimme, gimme, gimme something

Sare (Sare eh eh) (Run)

Sare, sare, sare wa gba (Run, come and take.)

Sare (Sare eh eh) (Run.)

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