Archive | April 16, 2016

My Book Recommendations_April 2016.

 

I love to read. I just get lost in books, digital materials; in fact any form of information.

Now, I have discovered that for many, constraint of time is given as an excuse not to indulge in feeding the brain. I have equally discovered that for some in this group, peer pressure works. When they are edged on by family and friends, when resources are shared, books which hitherto may have remained on shelves actually get read! Amazing, isn’t it?

So, every month, I shall be reading books and sharing them with you all. I also welcome if you could share yours too! And let the fun begin! Soon, we would be looking at ways by which really busy folks can squeeze in the odd book or two while in transit. Fun, eh? Common on, let’s get reading!

WHAT BOOKS WOULD YOU READ THIS MONTH? Please do share!!!

After the Dollar, Play The Blues …

 

After the dollar play the blues
The blues, the blues
Spent all our fx on booze
On booze, on booze
Spent the money blew reserves
Reserves, Reserves

After the party make we go
Dey go, dey go
Where to go now we no know
No know, no know
Fuel is scarce, light no dey
No dey, no dey

Change dem sell, what we get?
We get, we get?
Presido dey fly, dey fly
Prof na prof, prof na prof
Make we hala make dem hear
Dem hear, dem hear

After the trial go to jail,
To jail, to jail.
Give back the money that you stole,
You stole, you stole
Everything you tif we get back
We go get back, with your pain o!

People dey suffer left and right
Dem know, or not?
Spread the Naira come our side
Our side, our side
Wetin to yarn, again sef?
Again … Aga…

© April 2016. Adewale Adeniji

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