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MUSIC DOWNLOAD: Tolazee – Celebrate [+Lyrics] || @tolazee03

Tolazee's first project this year is a wonderful birthday gift! After the successful release of his widely accepted singles Sise and Love, he is back with a new offering titled Celebrate.

The song, which is a mellow RnB tune talks about the good things that God has done in our lives. Celebrate also encourages us to be grateful for all things no matter how small or unimportant they may seem.

The song was produced, mixed and mastered by ace producer and mixing engineer TJ Beenie.

In Tolazee’s words: “to everyone celebrating one thing or the other this season; be it wedding, birthday, promotion, new job, new house, new ride etc., this song is for you.”

Ladies and gentlemen without further ado, let the celebrations begin!



Verse 1

When I wake up in the morning time,
I say thank you Pale eku ikale
Oni kin farabale ki n ma se hale,
Tori ojo ale, anything lo le sele
And then I look out through my window,
I can feel the wind blow, the rivers flow
So I wonder why he cares so much about me
Wey I no dey gree at times to do his will
But all the same he sends the rain heals my pain
And on top I still dey complain
Oh no it’s such a shame but now things have changed
That’s why I wanna sing your praise
All of my days and all through my life,
My Lord you dey make me dey

Celebrate, celebrate, I dey jubilate
Sibi ile mi o gbo’liday gbo’liday
Oxygen dey wo’le dede
Lord I wanna thank you

Verse 2
Arugbo ojo ni o baba

You are the mighty one, the great I am

Your are greater than the greatest, bigger than the biggest
Mi o ma r’oun fi o we
You watch over me all the time
24/7 ose my Baba wey dey heaven
None to compare you are the best
K’ara ile lo ro f’ero ona o
Eru jeje ekun oko Pharaoh
There is no me without you
I just wanna thank you for your love
Your mercy your grace and your peace
Everyday of my life, my lord you dey make me dey

Celebrate, celebrate, I dey jubilate
Sibi ile mi o gbo’liday gbo’liday
Oxygen dey wo’le dede
Lord I wanna thank you (2x)

Melo ni ma ro o, Melo ni ma so
Ninu ore ti Jesu mi se (8x)

Celebrate, celebrate, I dey jubilate
Sibi ile mi o gbo’liday gbo’liday
Oxygen dey wo’le dede
Lord I wanna thank you.



Twitter: @Tolazee03
Instagram: @Tolazee


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