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Music : Jovani ~ Alayo {@realjovani}

Alayo is another hit song from Badejo Abiodun Olusope professionally known as Jovani(@realjovani). He is a fast rising and award winning gospel musician with a passion to spread the Good News through his music. 
Alayo is a song with a message of hope in these times of hopelessness and depression. 
It resonates with the firm belief that there is power in the name of Jesus and if you call on Him during difficult times He will answer you. 
Alayo means “Joyful one” in Yoruba and it is sung over a retro-sound with a calm delivery of the lyrics  over the horns and percussions. 
The lyrics are true events that occurred in the life of the singer/songwriter,describing Alayo in his words: “Alayo is full of personal experiences that spans from past to present. 
It’s a summary of my life,a peek into my world”. Jovani drew inspiration from Revelations 5:5 “Fear not for Jesus Christ has triumphed” and Psalm 30:5 “Weeping may last through the night but joy comes with the morning”,while writing this song. Alayo is sure to bless you,
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Contact this great artist 
Instagram: @realjovani
Twitter: @badejosope
Facebook: Badejo Abiodun O
Lyrics of Alayo by Jovani
Verse One:         
              Igba kan wa laye mi,
              temi ko rona gbegba,
              emi ko r’ounje je,
              Kosomi latimu,
              emi ko ribi gbe,
              awon ore wa d’ota,
              sugbon Jesu mi d’eti wa,
              emi d’alayo.
Chorus:
              Jesu kristi mi deti wa,
              O s’ekun mi d’ayo,
              O nu omije minu,
              ara e bami yo,(2X)
Verse Two:
               O somi d’asegun,
               O somi d’alayo,
               O nu’omije nu,yeeh
               ara e bamiyo,
               O gbami lowo iku,
               Ore to se funmi opo,
               Koje kin ko bata f’egbe,
               ara e bamiyo,
               eru jeje leti okun pupa,
               ekun oko faraoh,
               Oba ti ko lafiwe,
               ara e bamiyo,
               won fe fimi Seleya,
               won fe fimi seyeye,
                Olohun ni ko fuwon se,
                ara e bamiyo.
  
                -Repeat Chorus- 
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