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[AUDIO + VIDEO] Lara George – Ijoba Orun

Lara George - Ijoba Orun
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Download Mp3 of this awesome hit single titled “Ijoba Orun” by Lara George, a Nigerian gospel singer, songwriter and producer.

ABOUT LARA GEORGE

Lara George was born into the family of Oluwole Bajomo in Lagos State, the administrative division of Nigeria. She attended Queen’s College, Lagos before proceeding to the University of Lagos, where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Architecture. George began her music career at the University of Lagos, where she joined the campus fellowship choir. She was a member of the disbanded musical group Kush, which included TY Bello, Dapo Torimiro and Emem Ema. Her debut album, titled Forever In My Heart, included the hit single “Ijoba Orun” produced by Irewole Samuel Oni, it was released in 2008. The album earned her several awards and nominations. In 2008, she won Voice of the Year at the Nigeria Music Awards. She emerged the winner of the Best African Female Gospel Artiste category at the 2011 African Gospel Music Awards. She is married to Gbenga George, a legal practitioner and music entrepreneur. She currently has 2 children

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Lyrics for Ijoba Orun By Lara George
Intro
o o o oo….
Mu mi dele
Mu mi dele o

o o o ooo..

Baba mi, Olowogbogboro…
o o..
Mu mi dele
Ele Orun

eh eh….
uh uh

And at the end of the day
I want You to say well-done

Lord, I want You to bid me come
I want You to smile
To smile at me Lord

So that after I’m from misery
Lord, Let me see
To see Your face

Verse
Ijoba orun, l’ere onigbagbo o
(Heaven is the believer’s reward)
Ijoba orun, l’ere onigbagbo o
(Heaven is the believer’s reward)

Ma je’n ku’na Baba, mu mi de’le o
(Father, don’t let me miss it, Take me there)

Owo ti mo ni
(The money I have)

Ko le mu mi de’le o
(Can’t take me there)

Moto ti mo ri ra
(The cars I’ve bought)

Ko le wa mi re’le o
(Can’t take me there)

Ma je n ku’na Baba
(Father, Dont let me miss it)

Mu mi de’le o
(Take me there)

Ki n ma ku s’ajo, bii eefin
(That I would not die like smoke in its path)

Mu mi de’le
(Take me there)

Aye l’oja, orun n’ile
(The earth is just a passing through, heaven is home)

Mu mi de’le o
(Take me there)

Aye l’oja, orun n’ile
(The earth is just a passing through, heaven is home)

Mu mi de’le o
(Take me there)

Call: Mu mi de’le o
Resp: Dele
Call: Mu mi de’le o
Resp: Dele

Call: Mu mi de’le o
Resp: Dele
Call: Mu mi de’le o
Resp: Dele

Call: Baba, Mu mi de’le o
Resp: Dele

Ma ma je n ku’na
Ma ma je n shi’na
Ma ma je n ya’na
Ninu ona iye o, Baba

Jowo Mu mi de’le o
Mu mi de’le o
Jowo Mu mi de’le o
Olowo Olowogbogboro

Mu mi de’le o
Mu mi de’le o
Ele Ogo
Ele ayo
Ele ayo
Ele Alafiya

Mu mi de’le o
Ele Ele Ogo
Ele Ele ayo
Ele Ele Ogo
Ele Ele ayo

So at the end of the day
I want You to say weldone

Ijoba orun, l’ere onigbagbo o
Ma je’n ku’na…

3 Comments

  • The first day I listened to Ijoba Orun by Lara Jeorge, I wept bitterly as if the whole world fell on my head. I told myself to find the meaning of this song that touched without me knowing why. Now that I have seen the lyrics, I understand that I am a divine project and my God will not abandon me.

  • The first day I listened to Ijoba Orun by Lara Jeorge, I wept bitterly as if the whole world fell on my head. I told myself to find the meaning of this song that touched without me knowing why. Now that I have seen the lyrics, I understand that I am a divine project and my God will not abandon me.
    I thank God for everything.

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