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Created by FrankyLouis 1 year ago

Small doctors walks down the memory lane with this jam, titled “Remember”. In this song, the artist takes Nigerians back to the primary and secondary school activities. He reminds Nigerians of the popular songs sang while they were young, especially in schools, and the way they were particularly sang, mostly by adding some unacceptable slogans and lyrics.

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INTRO

Omo, Aunty mi, am not lazy, ain Shocker lo se beat
Omo, Aunty mi, am not lazy, ain
Shocker lo se beat
 
 
Cousin, I am not lady Shocker did the beat
Cousin, I am not lady
Shocker did the beat
 
 

VERSE
The first two lines is a taken from a song sang popularly by Nigerians kids. The artist introduces himself with his popular nick in the other parts.

My name, my name, my name – Pamuregeji My name is Omo Better – Pamuregeji Mo ti de, oya e bami mujo mi La so la so re re do, so so so, do re mi Akeweje Oga Nla, ain
My name, my name, my name – Pamuregeji
My name is Omo Better – Pamuregeji
Mo ti de, oya e bami mujo mi
La so la so re re do, so so so, do re mi
Akeweje Oga Nla, ain
 
 
My name is – Pamuregeji My name is “better child” - Pamuregeji I am around, do my dance La so la so re re do, so so so, do re mi Big boss
My name is – Pamuregeji
My name is “better child” - Pamuregeji
I am around, do my dance
La so la so re re do, so so so, do re mi
Big boss
 
 

HOOK

Ti n bA raba, ain Ti n ba gbo pe o lo n sun Ti n ba raba, hmn hmnN Ti n ba gbo pe, eh eh
Ti n bA raba, ain
Ti n ba gbo pe o lo n sun
Ti n ba raba, hmn hmnN
Ti n ba gbo pe, eh eh
 
 
Ti n bA raba, ain If I hear you are sleeping Ti n ba raba, hmn hmnN If I hear…
Ti n bA raba, ain
If I hear you are sleeping
Ti n ba raba, hmn hmnN
If I hear…
 
 

CHORUS
Is a song sang popularly in primary schools and by children.

Oh My home [oh my home] Oh my home [oh my home] When shall I see my home, ain? When shall I see my native land? I will never forget my home, ah ah ah ahnn
Oh My home [oh my home]
Oh my home [oh my home]
When shall I see my home, ain?
When shall I see my native land?
I will never forget my home, ah ah ah ahnn
 
 
Oh My home [oh my home] Oh my home [oh my home] When shall I see my home? When shall I see my native land? I will never forget my home
Oh My home [oh my home]
Oh my home [oh my home]
When shall I see my home?
When shall I see my native land?
I will never forget my home
 
 

VERSE
The artist asks if his listeners still remembers these songs or if he needed to remind them. He went ahead to remind them. Following are popular childhood songs.

Seh you Remember? [Yes sir]; ain ain [yes sir] Abi ki n ran e leTi? [Yes sir]; eh eh [yes sir] H.I.P for the HIP, for the HIP-POPO [eh eh] P.O.P.O for the HIP-POPO, aad TAMOUS [eh eh oh] For the HIP-POPO-TAMOUS [HIPPOPOTAMOUS] Iya Titi ti sebe [o dun] Iya Titi ti sebe; ebi n pa wa, awa fe je’yan Iya Titi ti sebe Omo iya Teacher [eh eh] Wherever you go [gogogongo] Wherever you be [Sisi Eko] Do not say ‘yes’ when yOu mean to say ‘no’ Baba Ibadan; eh eh Suku suku bam bam [eh eh], eni t’o ba wu k’o be, ain
Seh you Remember? [Yes sir]; ain ain [yes sir]
Abi ki n ran e leTi? [Yes sir]; eh eh [yes sir]
H.I.P for the HIP, for the HIP-POPO [eh eh]
P.O.P.O for the HIP-POPO, aad TAMOUS [eh eh oh]
For the HIP-POPO-TAMOUS [HIPPOPOTAMOUS]
Iya Titi ti sebe [o dun]
Iya Titi ti sebe; ebi n pa wa, awa fe je’yan
Iya Titi ti sebe
Omo iya Teacher [eh eh]
Wherever you go [gogogongo]
Wherever you be [Sisi Eko]
Do not say ‘yes’ when yOu mean to say ‘no’
Baba Ibadan; eh eh
Suku suku bam bam [eh eh], eni t’o ba wu k’o be, ain
 
 
Do you remember? [yes sir] Or should I remind you? [yes sir] H.I.P for the HIP, for the HIP-POPO P.O.P.O for the HIP-POPO, and TAMOUS For the HIP-POPO-TAMOUS [HIPPOPOTAMOUS] Titi’s mom has made a soup [its delicious] Titi’s mom has made a soup, we are hungry, we will love to eat pounded yam Titi’s mom has made a soup The teacher’s child Wherever you go [rhyme] Wherever you are [Lagos lady] Do not say ‘yes’ when you mean to say ‘no’ Old man from Ibadan Whoever wants to talk can talk
Do you remember? [yes sir]
Or should I remind you? [yes sir]
H.I.P for the HIP, for the HIP-POPO
P.O.P.O for the HIP-POPO, and TAMOUS
For the HIP-POPO-TAMOUS [HIPPOPOTAMOUS]
Titi’s mom has made a soup [its delicious]
Titi’s mom has made a soup, we are hungry, we will love to eat pounded yam
Titi’s mom has made a soup
The teacher’s child
Wherever you go [rhyme]
Wherever you are [Lagos lady]
Do not say ‘yes’ when you mean to say ‘no’
Old man from Ibadan
Whoever wants to talk can talk
 
 

HOOK

Ti n bA raba, ain Ti n ba gbo pe o lo n sun Ti n ba raba, hmn hmnN Ti n ba gbo pe, eh eh
Ti n bA raba, ain
Ti n ba gbo pe o lo n sun
Ti n ba raba, hmn hmnN
Ti n ba gbo pe, eh eh
 
 
Ti n bA raba, ain If I hear you are sleeping Ti n ba raba, hmn hmnN If I hear…
Ti n bA raba, ain
If I hear you are sleeping
Ti n ba raba, hmn hmnN
If I hear…
 
 

CHORUS
Is a song sang popularly in primary schools and by children.

Oh my Home [oh my home] Oh my home [oh my home] When shall I sEe my home, ain? When shall I see my native land? I will never forget my home, ah ah ah ahnn
Oh my Home [oh my home]
Oh my home [oh my home]
When shall I sEe my home, ain?
When shall I see my native land?
I will never forget my home, ah ah ah ahnn
 
 
Oh My home [oh my home] Oh my home [oh my home] When shall I see my home? When shall I see my native land? I will never forget my home
Oh My home [oh my home]
Oh my home [oh my home]
When shall I see my home?
When shall I see my native land?
I will never forget my home
 
 

VERSE
The artist continues with other childhood songs.

Seh you Remember? [Yes sir]; ain ain [yes sir] Abi ki n ran e leti? [Yes sir]; eh eh [yes sir], eh eh London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down London Bridge is falling down, my fair lady Standard living, standard living; standard living, standard living Standard living, standard living, standard living, standard living; ahn ahn ahnn Seh you Remember? [Yes sir]; ain ain [yes sir] Abi ki n ran e leti? [Yes sir]; eh eh [yes sir], eh eh John-bull my sOn, I sent you to school, you don’t know how to spell your name, ain
Seh you Remember? [Yes sir]; ain ain [yes sir]
Abi ki n ran e leti? [Yes sir]; eh eh [yes sir], eh eh
London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down
London Bridge is falling down, my fair lady
Standard living, standard living; standard living, standard living
Standard living, standard living, standard living,
standard living; ahn ahn ahnn
Seh you Remember? [Yes sir]; ain ain [yes sir]
Abi ki n ran e leti? [Yes sir]; eh eh [yes sir], eh eh
John-bull my sOn, I sent you to school,
you don’t know how to spell your name, ain
 
 
Do you remember? [yes sir] Or should I remind you? [yes sir] London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down London Bridge is falling down, my fair lady Standard living, standard living; standard living, standard living Standard living, standard living, standard living, standard living Do you remember? [yes sir] Or should I remind you? Johnbull my son, I sent you to school, you don’t know how to spell your name
Do you remember? [yes sir]
Or should I remind you? [yes sir]
London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down
London Bridge is falling down, my fair lady
Standard living, standard living; standard living, standard living
Standard living, standard living, standard living,
standard living
Do you remember? [yes sir]
Or should I remind you?
Johnbull my son, I sent you to school,
you don’t know how to spell your name
 
 

VERSE
The artist shows love and respect to his fans. He calls them ‘glorious children’.

All my fans, them love Me gan Awon Omo Ologo o love me gan Omo Better o kin gb’oluday That’s why them dey so wipe “emi o le forin Doctor le, kin wa ma gborin ase kan; Oloun ma je a sagbako; Ma fakoko wa sofo oh” Awon omo ologo 4G wa n’bi [yes sir], ain ain Ko s’oluday fun omo Better [yes sir], ain ain Omo Better no dey go Holiday [yes sir] Simply means, ain, Omo Better is present [yes sir] Eh eh, omo aunty lomo iya mi [yEs sir] At the same time, omo iya mi lomo aunty mi oh [yes sir] Shocker lo se beat, ain; omo aunty [yes sir], eh eh Omo Ologo lomo iya mi oh [yes sir], eh eh Omo Ologo lomo aunty mi oh [yes sir] Alaye, farabale, ma lo te ‘spoil’ [yes sir] Omo ase, ma lo tell ‘spoil’ [yes sir], eh eh Ma lo fo fun opponent [yes sir], eh eh Ma lo fo fun opponent [yes sir]
All my fans, them love Me gan
Awon Omo Ologo o love me gan
Omo Better o kin gb’oluday
That’s why them dey so wipe “emi o le forin Doctor le,
kin wa ma gborin ase kan; Oloun ma je a sagbako;
Ma fakoko wa sofo oh”
Awon omo ologo 4G wa n’bi [yes sir], ain ain
Ko s’oluday fun omo Better [yes sir], ain ain
Omo Better no dey go Holiday [yes sir]
Simply means, ain, Omo Better is present [yes sir]
Eh eh, omo aunty lomo iya mi [yEs sir]
At the same time, omo iya mi lomo aunty mi oh [yes sir]
Shocker lo se beat, ain; omo aunty [yes sir], eh eh
Omo Ologo lomo iya mi oh [yes sir], eh eh
Omo Ologo lomo aunty mi oh [yes sir]
Alaye, farabale, ma lo te ‘spoil’ [yes sir]
Omo ase, ma lo tell ‘spoil’ [yes sir], eh eh
Ma lo fo fun opponent [yes sir], eh eh
Ma lo fo fun opponent [yes sir]
 
 
All my fans love me very much Glorious children love me very much My better children don’t go on holidays That is why they say “I can’t leave Doctor’s songs… …and listen to some uninteresting songs, God forbid!” Don’t waste our time The children with 4G glory are here [yes sir] No holiday for better children [yes sir] My better children don’t go on holidays [yes sir] [it] simply means better children are present [yes sir] The child of my aunt is my mom’s child At the same time, my mom’s child is my aunt’s child [yes sir] Shocker did the beat Glorious children, the children of my mother [yes sir] Glorious children, the children of my aunt [yes sir] Mr. man, calm down, don’t press “spoil” Coward, don’t press “spoil” [yes sir] Don’t be weary of the opponent [yes sir] Don’t be weary of the opponent [yes sir]
All my fans love me very much
Glorious children love me very much
My better children don’t go on holidays
That is why they say “I can’t leave Doctor’s songs…
…and listen to some uninteresting songs, God forbid!”
Don’t waste our time
The children with 4G glory are here [yes sir]
No holiday for better children [yes sir]
My better children don’t go on holidays [yes sir]
[it] simply means better children are present [yes sir]
The child of my aunt is my mom’s child
At the same time, my mom’s child is my aunt’s child [yes sir]
Shocker did the beat
Glorious children, the children of my mother [yes sir]
Glorious children, the children of my aunt [yes sir]
Mr. man, calm down, don’t press “spoil”
Coward, don’t press “spoil” [yes sir]
Don’t be weary of the opponent [yes sir]
Don’t be weary of the opponent [yes sir]
 
 

OUTRO
The artist uses the word “alight” as a way to let the listeners know he will now stop singing, i.e. the song has now come to an end.

You can call me Small Doctor, akeweje oga nla, eh eh ehh Omo better, omo t’on so, omo iya teacher, ain Omo aunty mi, Agege wa oh, ain ain Ma lo te ‘spoil’.
You can call me Small Doctor, akeweje oga nla, eh eh ehh
Omo better, omo t’on so, omo iya teacher, ain
Omo aunty mi, Agege wa oh, ain ain
Ma lo te ‘spoil’.
 
 
You can call me Small Doctor, big boss I am the better child, the child they are talking about, the teacher’s child My aunt’s child, I will alight at Agege Don’t press “spoil”
You can call me Small Doctor, big boss
I am the better child, the child they are talking about, the teacher’s child
My aunt’s child, I will alight at Agege
Don’t press “spoil”
 
 

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About “Remember” 1 contributors

Created by FrankyLouis 1 year ago

Small doctors walks down the memory lane with this jam, titled “Remember”. In this song, the artist takes Nigerians back to the primary and secondary school activities. He reminds Nigerians of the popular songs sang while they were young, especially in schools, and the way they were particularly sang, mostly by adding some unacceptable slogans and lyrics.

“Remember” Song Facts

Written by Small Doctor
Produced by Shocker beat
Primary artist Small Doctor
Release Date May 31, 2018
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