Sad, U Broke My Heart: Translations in English and Lyrics - Amaarae

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Lyrics of Sad, U Broke My Heart
by Amaarae

Odoyewu
You wan do me corny
Shawty fuckin up my head
Snorted all my coke, took my money
Shawty everyday it’s you I’m wanting o
I’m wanting o

Wo pe ah
Hia me abonten
Baby, I no be rat
I be aponkye
Wa ye mi logoligi lover
Logoligi lover
Got the ripe for your monkey
I be straight to the point this no
Be long ting
Woadom mi odo di bi papa
Odo di bi papa

Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini whini wana
Whini whine your waist
He say whine your waist
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana

Whini whini
Whine your waist
He tell me whine your waist

Omo na me
Dey take am personal
I dey wan make am
My number one
Nwanyi oma
Nwanyi oma
Fine chioma
Fine chioma

Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whine your waist
Whine your
Whini wana ay

Whini wana
Whini wana
Whine your waist
Whine your
Whine your waist

Translation in English of the Song
Sad, U Broke My Heart by Amaarae

Odoyewu
You wan do me corny
Shawty fuckin up my head
Snorted all my coke, took my money
Shawty everyday it’s you I’m wanting o
I’m wanting o

Wo pe ah
Hia me abonten
Baby, I no be rat
I be aponkye
Wa ye mi logoligi lover
Logoligi lover
Got the ripe for your monkey
I be straight to the point this no
Be long ting
Woadom mi odo di bi papa
Odo di bi papa

Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini whini wana
Whini whine your waist
He say whine your waist
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana

Whini whini
Whine your waist
He tell me whine your waist

Omo na me
Dey take am personal
I dey wan make am
My number one
Nwanyi oma
Nwanyi oma
Fine chioma
Fine chioma

Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whini wana
Whine your waist
Whine your
Whini wana ay

Whini wana
Whini wana
Whine your waist
Whine your
Whine your waist

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Sad, U Broke My Heart: Translations and Lyrics - Amaarae
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Sad, U Broke My Heart

We present you the lyrics and the translation of Sad, U Broke My Heart, a news song created by Amaarae taken from the album 'The Angel You Don’t Know'

This is the list of 12 songs contained into the album. You can click on one to see the corresponding lyrics and translations.

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