Lyrics: Wizkid feat. Drake, Skepta – ‘Ojuelegba’ (Remix)

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    Are you feeling good tonight. Photo: Filed
    (Producer: Legendury Beat. Songwriters: Wizkid, Drake, Skepta)
    Ni ojuelegba
    They know my story
    From holdup studio
    I be hustle to work eh
    Ni ojuelegba o
    Me and CD
    From holdup studio
    We been hustle to work eh
    Ni ojuelegba o
    My people dey there
    My people suffer
    Dem dey pray for blessing eh
    Ni ojuelegba o
    My people dey there
    Dem dey pray for blessing
    For better living eh eheh
    Verse
    Kilodale
    Aye o le to yen o
    Aye o ni double
    Adura a lo le se o
    Call on daddy
    Adura a gba o
    Ti isu eni ba dele
    A fowo bo je
    Hook
    I am feeling good tonight
    This thing gat me thanking God for life
    Oh I can’t explain eh eh eh
    I can’t explain eh eh yah
    I am feeling good tonight
    This thing gat me thanking God for life
    I can’t explain eh eh eh
    I can’t explain eh eh Yah
    [Refrain – Skepta]
    Are you feeling good tonight
    This thing gat me thanking God for life
    I just can’t explain eh eh
    I can’t explain now now
    Verse
    Ya
    Look
    It’s gonna be along long time for we stop
    Boy better know you better know it who scene pop
    All I ever needed was a chance to get the team high
    Only thing I fear is a head shot or screenshot
    Bring me dem ah bring me
    You know dey all call me when they need me
    I never go anywhere, they never see me
    I’m a type that things it easy, take it easy
    I tell girls in the very first text I say
    I don’t beg no lovers, i don’t beg no friends
    If you wanna link, we can link right now
    Skepy Wizzy and Drake is a team right now
    Hook
    Are you feeling good tonight
    This thing gat me thanking God for life
    Oh
    I can’t explain eh eh eh
    I can’t explain eh eh yah
    Are you feeling good tonight
    This thing gat me thanking God for life
    I can’t explain eh eh eh
    I can’t explain eh eh Yah
    Verse
    When I was in school
    Being an African was …Read More

    Source:: The NET