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Third World – Lagos Jump lyrics
Oiay, efusa, said ibo man to me
Rasta messenger
You're welcome
Oiay efusa, said ibo man to me
Rasta messenger
No problem
Lagos Jump, Lagos jumping
Lagos Jump, Lagos jumping

Lagos Jump, Lagos jumping
Lagos Jump, Lagos jumping
Etc....

Hanging out in Aba, just like hometown
Russian, I'm white only to Naira
Met a beautiful girl from Kasse, from Ife
She was jamming in her bronze and her silver
She's doing the
Lagos jump, Lagos jumping
Lagos jump, Lagos jumping

Sitting on a hillside in Jamaica
I can remember the times we had in Nigeria
Ibo man said to me, ikejuku
'Til I see him, will I meet him
Yeah...
Lagos jump, Lagos jumping
Lagos jump, Lagos jumping
Lagos jump, Lagos jumping

Oiay, efusa, said Ibo man to me
Rasta messenger
You're welcome
Lagos Lagos Lagos Lagos...
I'm talking about us
Lagos
Lagos jump, Lagos Jumping
Lagos jump, Lagos Jumping
From the great streets of Manhattan
To the walls of Cairo
I want to know
Lagos jumping...
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    The person above is 95% correct. I am from edo myself and the word is "Vbo ye he" or "Wo ye he" not Woyie, Also the king is called the "Oba" not the Obama LOL

    I got here while searching for what other people felt the words would be, knowing fully well that I know what they actually are (Yes I was quite bored).
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    I want to offer you insights into the song. The correct words of the first line are:
    "Woyie Efosa, said Edo man to me"
    Woyie means hello or howdy in Edo or Bini language. Efosa is a Bini name given to one of the band members by the Obama (king) of the Bini when they visited him in his palace during the Benin leg of their Nigerian tour in the early 1980's.
    Down the line, the lyrics wrongly stated "I no man said to me ifejuku..it should be Ikechukwu, which is an Igbo name given to one of them by an Igbo man.
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      The person above is 95% correct. I am from edo myself and the word is "Vbo ye he" or "Wo ye he" not... Read more →
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