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Music: Love Me ~ Tru Mantra [@TruMantraMusic]



Tru Mantra’s Love Me is a song of ardent celebration.
Its focus is the love of God and the duo deliver this message in a completely unabashed fashion. The chorus makes it clear that the singer is giddy with this love and every verse explores the depths of God’s love in fine detail.
The goal is to draw the listener in, and then to have them become a part of the celebration to the extent that they in turn bring others to the party.
Tru Mantra sings that God loves us “Well, well oh” and they plan to have you join in.
Now, turn up the volume, raise your voice, and let’s belt out this celebratory tune together!
Watch lyric video below:

The way you dey love me well, well, well, well, well well oh
Owo mi loke yaya yaya, yaya eh
Maa kalellujah repete ah, repete oh
Maa kalellujah repete ah, repete oh
Verse 1:
You dey love me well, You dey hold me tight
Even when I slip, even when I stray
You dey light my path, You dey guide my way
You dey love me well oh
You dey hold me tight oh
You no let me fall oh
Na you I go follow, if e no be for your love oh
Na where I for dey eh, ah
Full of grace oh, full of kindness
Full of mercy, and full of brightness ah
Through tribulations and trials
Even when I go wan tire
Na you give me the power, You no give up on me
Verse 2 (Rap Verse):
Without your love I’d be a ship trying to sail without any ocean
Rock bottom, no motion
Without your love, I’d be a Tesla with no batteries, China with no factories
Naija without refineries
Without your love I couldn’t even breathe air, “haahuun”, I wouldn’t even be here
Without your love I’d be Barack without Michelle, if I made it to the white house I still wouldn’t live well
Without your love I’d be a bee with no honey
A bank with no money
Kevin Hart with no funny
Without your love, I no go ever get alert
Ko le work, nonsense, I’m not even here for that
Without your love I’d be like alphabets without the vowels
Without your love, there is no doubt, I’d be a total scoundrel
Without your love what would this song be about?
Thank you for your love, it gives me cause to sing and shout
Verse 3:
You dey care, you dey provide my need
You no let make hunger waya me
You dey always dey there for me
When I call, you answer me
You prepare your house just for me
We go worship for eternity
When you come to carry me, we dey go gloriously ah ah
We dey go gallantly ah ah ah
We dey go gloriously ah ah eh
We dey go gallantly um um um, gallantly um um um.

Lanre Abiose and Tony Okwechime make up the music duo known as Tru Mantra. The group’s unique blend of Afro hip hop delivered amid myriad nuances communicates clearly their Christian worldview and draws richly from the influence of their formative years spent growing up in Lagos, Nigeria.
The group’s mission statement – Light music in a dark world – is driven by a desire to evoke thought while delivering music that cuts across demographics and genres.
Whether delivering rap punchlines, weaving lyrically between the swaying melodies of an Afrobeat bass line or singing the hook on a hip hop track, Tru Mantra will inspire while being fun…the kind that you don’t have to leave your mind and soul behind to indulge in.

Twitter | Instagram: @TruMantraMusic
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