Ilé tútù

Ilé tútù

Ilé tútù
Ọ̀nà tútù
Tútù tútù là n bá ilé Oluweri
A dia fún Oluweri mogboojo
Àtòjò Ateerun
Ilé Oluweri kìí gbóná
Ilé òní gbóná mó wa

Àṣẹ Ire O!

Peaceful house
Peaceful life
In peace we meet the house of Oluweri
It was divined for Oluweri mogboojo
Come rain or shine
The house of Oluweri is always peaceful
Our homes will never be in uproar…

Ase Ire O!

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