Mafo Lyrics

NAIRA MARLEY Feat YOUNG JONN Nigéria | Afrobeats,

Mafo Lyrics


Young Jonn, wicked producer

Eko dun ma wo le, to ba ti lowo la po
Ashabi to n sha dollars
Awon padi mi ton she wire
Eko dun ju ba yi lo awon ara bi lo mo pe salo
Owo wa l’eko awon kan wa okay
Ma lo fo bi awo
Awa o le sa lo fun won
To ba de a ma ki wan kabo
Awa l’ eko iwo mafo (mafo)
Inside life orisirisi nkan lo n sele ( lo n shele)
L’ agbo young John
Orisirisi  idi lo n ben be ( kuro n nbe)
 
Quarter pass, mo shi fe high
After one original tramadol extra
Quarter pass, mo shi fe high
After one original tramadol extra

Heys mafo, ah mafo
ko si eyan nbe jor iwo mafo (uhnn mafo)
Heys mafo ahh mafo o je lon lo jor iwo mafo ( hun mafo)

Mo fe ri owo na , Mo fe bisola
Kola yi wo Ola
Ki ti ji, ki ti ji bola
O n pe ki wo to na broda Ase, Ade ti o sanwo ayie
Won wa catch e ninu aiye
Won wa catch e won wa fuck e up ninu aiye
Ewa shey mo guilty ni
Mo smart mo n pawo ni temi
S’ omo iye time ti oju mi ti mi
Ti mi o le  toro owo lowo Rotimi
Now everything is changed
I send dem chop I don’t need d change
Am I a yahoo boy, no evidence in me
Eyan rahman jargo bureau d change kuro n be

Heys mafo, ah mafo
Ko si eyan nbe jor iwo mafo
Uhnn mafo
Heys mafo ahh mafo o je lon lo jor iwo mafo ( hun mafo)

Young John say no more
K”soro pe mi o + 449504 but iwo mafo
O ba mi ko ba je (mafo)
omo iya mi no wa pelu e (mafo)
Stay happy n shey jeje (mafo)
U know I dey  wit u (mafo)
O ba ni ko baje mafo
Omo iyami mowa pelu e (mafo)
Stay happy and shey jeje (mafo)
U know I dey  wit u (mafo)


Quarter pass, mo shi fe high
After one original tramadol extra
Quarter pass, mo shi fe high
After one original tramadol extra
 
Heys mafo ah mafo
Ko si eyan nbe jor iwo mafo uhnn mafo
Heys mafo, mafo
O je lon lo jor iwo mafo( hun mafo
O ba ni ko baje mafo
Omo iyami mowa pelu e (mafo)
Stay happy and shey jeje (mafo)
U know I dey  wit u (mafo)
Mafo, mafo, Mafo, mafo, mafo

 

 

NAIRA MARLEY (8 lyrics)

London’s underground legend Naira Marley is a key pioneer in the UK AfroBashment scene, fusing his inimitable Lagos accent with trap, bashment, grime and afrobeats to create a sound that encapsulates the melting pot of London’s constantly innovative club scene

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