#OrinIhinrere: Tosin Oyelakin – E Lu Agogo (Jingle Bells) || @TosinOyelakin

As Christians all over the world prepare for the great celebration of Christ’s birth this December, Outstanding Gospel minister, Tosin Oyelakin has released a new single titled ‘E Lu Agogo (Jingle Bells) to also celebrate the Christmas season.

“I see everyday that I am given as an opportunity to share the gospel, and no better time than this festive period when people’s spirits are generally high and there’s joy of the season in the atmosphere. I believe their hearts will be more receptive to hearing the gospel in a Christmas song”, Tosin says.

E Lu Agogo (Jingle Bells) is a beautiful, happy indigenous song based mostly on Isaiah 9: 6-7, done in Yoruba and English languages.

Written by Tosin Oyelakin and Anuolu Oyedele. Produced by Ebenezer Iriemi.

LYRICS

Unto us a child is born
Unto us a Son is given
Hark the herald angels sing
Glory to the newborn King

Chorus:

Osuba re re (Here’s Your praise)
Osuba re re o 2x (Here’s Your praise)
E lu agogo kere (Jingle Bells)
E lu agogo keresimesi de o (Jingle Bells, Christmas is here)

And the government shall be upon His shoulders
Of the increase of His rule there shall be no end
And His name shall be called
Wonderful counsellor
Almighty God
Everlasting Father
The prince of peace

Chorus

What story filled with love
You can tell it with joy
Hark herald angels sing
Glory to the new born King
Jingle bells we rejoice
Oh tidings of comfort and joy
Comfort and joy
Oh tidings of comfort and joy

Chorus.

CONNECT WITH TOSIN OYELAKIN

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Twitter: @TosinOyelakin

Website: http://www.tosinoyelakin.com

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