DOWNLOAD Music: Mkay Daniel – Ire Ayomi


As Christians, Faith and Confession plays important role in how we receive. Ire Ayomi (My Goodness of Joy) is a declaration of JOYfully experiencing/receiving the numerous GOODNESS which GOD has graciously allocated to us.
When goodness suddenly hits a man, it causes rejoicing, and rejoicing would usually find expression in dancing.

Having gone off scene for the space of 2 years since his last single titled “I Believe“, MKay Daniel, is back with this beautiful (first ever self produced) song “IRE AYỌMI” (meaning ‘My Goodness of Joy’), which he believes will be a blessing to everyone, as he enjoins everyone to enjoy and share with friends and loved ones.

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‘IRE AYỌMI’ Lyrics

Intro:
Ire mi de..
Ire ayọ…
Ire mi de..

Verse 1:
Na so the people started counting days for me,
They counting months and so they keep asking me,
When will you get this,
And get that,
Still I try not to let them get to me,
But as a (hu)man oo,
At times it’s bothering,
And when I almost,
Gave up then suddenly,
Prechorus:
Ire mi de..
Ire ayo..
2x

Chorus:
Ire ayomi tide..
(Ire don come eh! eh! eh!..ah!)
Oti de..
(Ire don come eh! )
Ire ayomi tide..
(Ire don come eh..eh! eh..eh!)
Oti de…(eh..eh..)
Oluwaseun.

Verse 2:
On the outside He’s been blessing me like no man’s business,
On the inside He’s been treating me like His only business,
No be say, I too pray..
No be say I fast pass e eh..
Oh yes! I know.. I never merit this,
But na (H)im Love o..o, and grace dey cover me,

Prechorus:
Ire mi de..
Ire ayo..
2x

Chorus:
Ire ayomi tide..
(Ire don come eh! eh! eh!..ah!)
Oti de..
(Ire don come eh! )
Ire ayomi tide..
(Ire don come eh..eh! eh..eh!)
Oti de…(eh..eh..)
Oluwaseun.
2x

Verse 3:
Alafia oo.. (oti de, owọle wa)
Ire owo o.. (oti de, owọle wa)
Ire ọrọ (oti de, owọle wa)
Igbega lẹ nu iṣẹ oo.. e eh eh.. (Oluwaseun)
Ire iṣile oo.. (oti de, owọle wa)
Ire igbeyawo.. (oti de, owọle wa)
Ire ọmọ bibi.. (oti de, owọle wa)
Ire gbogbo, lọjọ gbogbo, nibi gbogbo, nigba gbogbo ooo, (Oluwaseun)

Chorus:
Ire ayomi tide..
(Ire don come eh! eh! eh!..ah!)
Oti de..
(Ire don come eh! )
Ire ayomi tide..
(Ire don come eh..eh! eh..eh!)
Oti de…(eh..eh..)
Oluwaseun.
2x

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