(+Lyrics + Translation) Barnabas (Eh God) Meaning and Lyrics Translation by Kizz Daniel.

Music review: Barnabas (Eh God) by Kizz Daniel.

“Barnabas,” is a song by Nigerian sensational singer and songwriter, Kizz Daniel. The song “Barnabas is the third song from his 7-track album titled “Barnabas.”

What is the song Barnabas (Eh God) by Kizz Daniel all about?

The song Barnabas by Kizz Daniel is a song that references God as the Omniscience; the One who knows all things. He makes all things possible, and nothing is too difficult for Him to do. Regardless of the situation that you are going through, regardless of how rough it is, regardless of how costly things are, regardless of the inflation in your country, just believe in God. He knows all things and He is in control.

Kizz Daniel in the song “Barnabas,” spurs people using the “Barnabas,” story in the bible. Barnabas means “Son of Encouragement.” So be encouraged to keep moving just like Barnabas.

For Kizz Daniel in the song “Barnabas,” he is asking God’s presence, direction, and blessings in his life. He is asking for God’s Grace and continuous blessings so that he never goes down, and regardless of how costly things are going in his country, God should keep providing for him. He is asking for God’s sustenance, so he can enjoy life and keep living a wonderful life. He is asking God to keep encouraging him to do more, and never give up and go down just like the wishes of haters.

There is Barnabas and there is Barabbas!

Who is Barabbas?

Barabbas was the criminal that was imprisoned for his offense. However, one day, Pontius Pilate asked the crowd whom they wanted to be released between Jesus and Barabbas, the crowd chose Barabbas instead.

Who is Barnabas?

Barnabas was a Levite from Cyprus. The name Barnabas means “Son of Encouragement,” or “Son of Consolation.” Barnabas was a good man with unwavering faith in God. He was a preacher and a soul winner. He served God and the church; Barnabas sacrificed so much for the church

He was a generous Levite. He sold his field and put the proceeds at the apostles’ feet. He sold his property and gave the proceeds to society. 

Eh God (Barnabas) Lyrics Translation by Kizz Daniel

Intro

Ay

Jah, Jah, Jah, Jah, Jah, Jah Jah go

S’eboun l’omo Barnabas? (Is He not the One that knows Barnabas?)

Jah

Eni t’omo way, s’eboun l’omo (Prrr! Bang’) (The one who knows the way; Is He not the one that knows right?)

Jah, ay 

Oh Jah

Verse 1

Dear Father, in heaven (Eh-eh)

About time to take over

E don tey wey I trouble you (Its been long I troubled you.)

Back down oh, lucifer (Back down Lucifer.)

I no dey follow pastor, dey beef Imam (I do not follow pastors or envy Imams.)

Father na father (God is God.)

See, me, I don busy my call oh (Look at me, I have put my call on busy.)

I won focus on you, ooh, on God (Ma sun egbe) (I want to focus on you, on God. Don’t act like a dummy.)

Chorus

Aye ole f’eni t’omo way (oh-oh) (Life is not hard for anyone that knows the way.)

Eni t’omo way, s’eboun l’omo Barnabas? (The one who knows the way, is He not the one who knows Barnabas?)

Aye ole f’eni t’omo way (F’eni to mo way) (Life is not hard for anyone that knows the way.)

Eni t’omo way, s’eboun l’omo (The one who knows the way; is He not the one who knows —)

Post chorus

Me I get sense (Eh-eh) ( I have sense.)

I get God (I have God.)

I come first (Ah) (I come first)

I don boss (I am a boss.)

Plenty talk (So much talk.)

Plenty noise (Too much noise.)

Plenty people don com report (S’eboun l’omo Barnabas) (Many people have come to report. Is He not the one that knows Barnabas?)

Me I get sense (Eh-eh) ( I have sense.)

I get God (I have God.)

I come first (Ah) (I come first)

I don boss (I am a boss.)

Plenty talk (So much talk.)

Plenty noise (Too much noise.)

Plenty people don com report (S’eboun l’omo Barnabas) (Many people have come to report. Is He not the one that knows Barnabas?)

Bridge

Ah, eh, God oh

No make I fall oh (Don’t let me fall)

This one wey things dey cost (Now that things are so costly.)

I still want to ball (I still want to ball.)

I still want to ta’no, ta’no (eh-eh, eh) (I still want to shine bright.)

Eh, God oh

No make I fall oh (Don’t let me fall)

This one wey things dey cost (Now that things are so costly.)

I still want to ball (I still want to ball.)

I still want to ta’no, ta’no (eh-eh, eh) (I still want to shine bright.)

Verse 2

Dear Father, in Heaven (O po) 

Sometimes I catch your blessings

E dey tey to show for face (It takes time to show on the face.)

E be like HIV (HIV, kripa) (It is like H.I.V)

Church for club oh 

Gucci for cloth oh

Land for ‘Port oh

Make dem no mind me, yanga (Ma sun egbe) (Don’t take me seriously; too much posing. Don’t be dull.)

Chorus

Aye ole f’eni t’omo way (Life is not hard for anyone that knows the way.)

Eni t’omo way, s’eboun l’omo Barnabas? (The one who knows the way. Is he not the one that knows Barnabas?)

Aye ole f’eni t’omo way (f’eni t’omo way) Life is not hard for those who know the way)

Eni t’omo way, sheb’oun l’omo- (The one who knows the way, Is He not the one that knows…)

Post chorus

Me I get sense (Eh-eh) ( I have sense.)

I get God (I have God.)

I come first (Ah) (I come first)

I don boss (I am a boss.)

Plenty talk (So much talk.)

Plenty noise (Too much noise.)

Plenty people don com report (S’eboun l’omo Barnabas) (Many people have come to report. Is He not the one that knows Barnabas?)

Me I get sense ( I have sense.)

I get God (I have God.)

I come first (Ah) (I come first)

I don boss (I am a boss.)

Plenty talk (So much talk.)

Plenty noise (Too much noise.)

Plenty people don com report (S’eboun l’omo Barnabas) (Many people have come to report. Is He not the one that knows Barnabas?)

Bridge

Ah, eh, God oh

No make I fall oh (Don’t let me fall)

This one wey things dey cost (Now that things are so costly.)

I still want to ball (I still want to ball.)

I still want to ta’no, ta’no (eh eh) (I still want to shine bright.)

Ah, eh, God oh

No make I fall oh (Don’t let me fall)

This one wey things dey cost (Now that things are so costly.)

I still want to ball (I still want to ball.)

I still want to ta’no, ta’no (I still want to shine bright.)

Chorus/Outro

Aye ole f’eni t’omo way (Eh eh eh) (Life is not hard for anyone that knows the way.)

S’eboun l’omo Barnabas? (The one who knows the way. Is he not the one that knows Barnabas?)

Aye ole f’eni t’omo way (Eh eh eh) Life is not hard for those who know the way)

Seb’oun l’omo Barnabas (The one who knows the way, Is He not the one that knows Barnabas)

Jah Jah Jah

Duration- 3 minutes 8 seconds

Reference

https://www.crosswalk.com/faith/bible-study/what-christians-should-know-about-barnabas.html

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