(+Lyrics + Translation) Ole (Makoja mi) Meaning and Lyrics Translation by Muraino Aboki ft Zinoleesky

ole meaning, lyrics and translation by muraino aboki ft zinoleesky
ole meaning, lyrics and translation by muraino aboki ft zinoleesky

Music Review: Ole by Muraino Aboki ft Zinoleesky

Ole is a song by Nigerian artist, Muraino, and he features sensational singer, Zinoleesky. Ole is a Yoruba word in Nigeria that means “Lazy.” There is also another three-letter word “Ole,” which means thief in Yoruba.

I love this song. The lyrics are punchy.

What is the song Ole by Muraino Aboki ft Zinoleesky all about?

In the song “Ole,” by Muraino Aboki ft Zinoleesky, the artists rebuke laziness and c–

Ole by Muraino Aboki ft Zinoleesky Lyrics Translation

Intro Zinoleesky

Ooh yeah ooh yeah

Ooh yeah eh eh

Muraino Aboki

Ah ah yeah

Chorus (Zinoleesky)

Makoja mi, Olugbala (Don’t pass me oh Lord)

M’oma gba adura ki Olorun to gbo (I will pray before God answers)

K’ama f’aiye eni tafala (So that they do not waste your time/gamble with your life/make your life worthless)

Emi, mo ma ja gan ki owo mi to bo (I will fight/struggle well before my hands drop)

Ah! No struggle no success 

Na person wey work go chop (It is the person that works that will eat.)

Do wetin you want do sister brother (Do whatever you want to do my sister, my brother.)

Na when you are still young you go ump (It is when you are still young that you can jump.)

Wo ma bu e t’o ba le gbe body (They would insult you if you don’t move your body.)

Ole, alapa ma sise (Lazy person that has hands but can’t work.)

You wan depend on somebody (You want to depend on somebody)

Mo sorry, won ma je ki oye bi ose je (They will let you understand how it is going.)

Post-chorus (Zinoleesky)

 Wa ni otito otito yeah, wa ma lo ile yin (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Wanipe o to o to o to o to o to, wa ma lo ile yin (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Wa ni otito otito yeah, wa ma lo ile yin (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Wa ni otito o, o to o to o to o to, wa ma lo ile yin oh oh (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Verse 1 (Muraina Aboki)

Ole, oya, double hustle e (Lazy being, double your hustle.)

Jara e, fi gum le isho mo hustle e (Be smart, use glue to apply strength to your hustle.)

Wo, orun e lo gun bi nuzzle yen (See, your neck as long as nuzzle.)

Se odingba garri ba ko strop drinking me si oju re? (Is it when garri would write stop drinking me all over your face?)

Baba, mo need owo for no reason (Lord I need money for no reason.)

Mi o e fe su, mo de fe ji pata with one reason

Ori mi kere, ebami expand e bi ti Hushpuppi (My head is small, help expand it like that of Hushpuppi.)

Ma je kin binu lo third mainland bridge (Don’t let me angrily go to third Mainland Bridge.)

 Se high (And do high jumping.)

Olorun se mi ni ——- (God make me….)

Mi o fe blow this year, next year ki ‘n wa ma lobby (I on;t want to blow this year, next year and start lobbying.)

Dollar ni mo fe f’oju ri, mi o fe sa— (It is dollar I want to be using my face to see.)

Mi o fe ki ‘n to, ko ni boxer mi tu ti ya (I don’t want to pee and people tell me)

Oluwa, iwo l’o ma se miracle funmi (Lord, you are the one that can do this miracle for me.)

Ki poverty wa, k’oni Muraino gbadura funmi (So that even poverty will ask me to pray for it.)

Mo ti ‘n be po to, olorun o de ti sunmi (I have talked this out with you enough, Lord, I am now tired.)

Mo ti ‘n lo, oya wa ra benz ‘kan funmi (I am going now, come and buy one Benz for me.)

Chorus (Zinoleesky)

Makoja mi, Olugbala (Don’t pass me oh Lord)

M’oma gba adura ki Olorun to gbo (I will pray before God answers)

K’ama f’aiye eni tafala (So that they do not waste your time/gamble with your life/make your life worthless)

Emi, mo ma ja gan ki owo mi to bo (I will fight/struggle well before my hands drop)

Ah! No struggle no success 

Na person wey work go chop (It is the person that works that will eat.)

Do wetin you want do sister brother (Do whatever you want to do my sister, my brother.)

Na when you are still young you go ump (It is when you are still young that you can jump.)

Wo ma bu e t’o ba le gbe body (They would insult you if you don’t move your body.)

Ole, alapa ma sise (Lazy person that has hands but can’t work.)

You wan depend on somebody (You want to depend on somebody)

Mo sorry, won ma je ki oye bi ose je (They will let you understand how it is going.)

Post-chorus (Zinoleesky)

 Wa ni otito otito yeah, wa ma lo ile yin (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Wanipe o to o to o to o to o to, wa ma lo ile yin (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Wa ni otito otito yeah, wa ma lo ile yin (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Wa ni otito o, o to o to o to o to, wa ma lo ile yin oh oh (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Verse 2 (Muraino Aboki)

Wo, awon t’o hail o, lo ma tu pada wa nail e (Those hailing you are the ones that would also nail you.)

Wa jail e, wa tun fi owo ara wan wa bail e (They would jail you and equally bail you.)

To ba try lati bo, wo ni hesitate la ti chain e (If you try to escape, they won’t hesitate to chain you.)

O mu wan lo si oja, but, wan try lati sell e (If you take them to the market, they would try to sell you.)

F’ara bale ti aiye ba fe Mr. Para (Be calm even if the wolrd lovs you Mr. Para.)

K’o watch, gbogbo nkan t’o dan ko ni wura (Be watchful, not all that glitters is gold.)

Awon ti o ka owo si oke ti o hail e Mr.Para (Those lifting their hands to hail you, Mr Para.)

Won ti wish e tele ri pe o yi ma toro bara (They have once wished for you to beg.)

Mi o ti sofu yin tele tele nipe mi oni stop (I have told you before that I won’t stop.

Ti eba ji sibi mi m’o ready lati lo fork (If you steal my spoon, I am ready to use a fork.)

T’eba knock engine motor mi, mo ready lati jug (If you know the engine of my car, I am ready to jug.)

Ti eba funmi ni henessy, ma de —- (If you don’t give me hennessy…)

Won ni ki ‘n se oju la so, ki ‘n tete lo plus e (They said there is more than meet the eye, that I should quickly do something additional (Voodoos.)

Age nlo, everyday ni awon were bami plus e (My age is going. Those mad people are calculating it for me everday.)

Awon ti ofe mu mi lo s’do baba ki ‘n lo plus e (Those that want to take me to a herbalist to do something additional (Voodoos))

Ti o ba ya were tan, a wan lo kan kan ma cast e (If they run mad, they are the ones that would first broadcast it.)

Chorus (Zinoleesky)

Makoja mi, Olugbala (Don’t pass me oh Lord)

M’oma gba adura ki Olorun to gbo (I will pray before God answers)

K’ama f’aiye eni tafala (So that they do not waste your time/gamble with your life/make your life worthless)

Emi, mo ma ja gan ki owo mi to bo (I will fight/struggle well before my hands drop)

Ah! No struggle no success 

Na person wey work go chop (It is the person that works that will eat.)

Do wetin you want do sister brother (Do whatever you want to do my sister, my brother.)

Na when you are still young you go ump (It is when you are still young that you can jump.)

Wo ma bu e t’o ba le gbe body (They would insult you if you don’t move your body.)

Ole, alapa ma sise (Lazy person that has hands but can’t work.)

You wan depend on somebody (You want to depend on somebody)

Mo sorry, won ma je ki oye bi ose je (They will let you understand how it is going.)

Post-chorus (Zinoleesky)

 Wa ni otito otito yeah, wa ma lo ile yin (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Wanipe o to o to o to o to o to, wa ma lo ile yin (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Wa ni otito otito yeah, wa ma lo ile yin (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

Wa ni otito o, o to o to o to o to, wa ma lo ile yin oh oh (They would tell you it is enough, and that you should start going home.)

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