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Zipporah Eric – Aume Matelemya


Zipporah Eric - Aume Matelemya

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This is a new song by Zipporah Eric, titled Aume Matelemya and it will Surely Bless Your Life

Aume Matelemya is a nice Ministration inspired by God Himself, that is well presented by the Artist.

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English Translation Lyrics of Aume Matelemya by Zipporah Eric

I raise my calling voice for us to talk.
For when there arises a matter the Nation speaks with one voice.
The voice congratulating men for their good job.
Those who put their families together, Congrats to them.
However there are those who looks like they forgot.
About their responsibilities and you will allow me to speak to them. X2.

Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please move.

Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please change.

I have received considerable complains from our ladies.
That men died while still living in their homes.
When their children are send for school they refer them to their mothers.
And on top of that the Ladies also provide food for the family.
We are told that the neck cannot stand over the head, but right now the heads have become the necks.

Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please move.x2

Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please Change.x2

I will ask a simple question to our parents. When your son brought to you a daughter in-law.
Years have gone by and you’ve never gone to in-laws.
She always wakes up in your home doing all manner of jobs.
She is even not the first or the second daughter in-law to you.
Why should we not call you a scarecrow, Just Change.




Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please move.x2

Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please Change.

Since you married several years have gone by.
You’ve never paid her Dowry and your son’s have married.
Your daughters are married and you’ve even got grandchildren.
Your son’s are paying their mothers Dowry so that they can pay for their wives.
Why should we not call you a scarecrow Just Change.
Why should we not call you a scarecrow Just Change.

Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please move.x2

Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please Change.

You went to work and you never go home.
Your villagers wonder whether you Lost so that they can look for you.
Your wife and children wonder where their dad is.
It’s so sad because you’re still alive but you became a womanizer.
Your kids curses will eat you up and finish you.

Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please move.

Photocopy Men, Scarecrows, They look like they don’t exist but they do, please Change.

Please Change Photocopy men.
Yes let’s build homes.

To educate our children
Yes let’s build homes.

Come Home let’s be successful.
Yes let’s build homes.
Come Home let’s be successful.
Yes let’s build homes.
Stand in your place.
Yes let’s build homes.
Take your authority as a man.
Yes let’s build homes.
The church begins at home.
Yes let’s build homes.
Take your authority as a man

About Aume Matelemya by Zipporah Eric

Zipporah Eric makes it Known that Worship is reverence offered a divine being or supernatural power also : an act of expressing such reverence.  A form of religious practice with its creed and ritual. An extravagant respect or admiration for or devotion to an object of esteem worship of the dollar.

Praise as a form of social interaction expresses recognition, reassurance or admiration. Praise is expressed verbally as well as by body language (facial expression and gestures). Meanwhile, the two powerful Elements of good Music is well finds an expression in the Song.

Finally, The Composition and the Performance of this song is out of the heart that Understands the Nature of God and the Mighty Works, God is doing presently.

Read through Psalm 145: I will exalt you, my God the King; I will praise your name for ever and ever. Every day I will praise you and extol your name for ever and ever. Great is the LORD and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom. One generation will commend your works to another; they will tell of your mighty acts.

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