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Akula Owu Onyeara
by The Funkees

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Theo Barclay Eke

This song is all about the psychotic nature of insanity and its pervasive effects on the sufferer and the society at large. In the Igbo language, "Onye Ara," is an insane person - someone who lacks the perceptions of societal decency. Someone who lacks the faculty to descern what is morally acceptable, and goes against the norm of commonsense. Onye Ara would rather bath with cold water in the winter as oppose to warm water. Onye Ara would rather go naked instead of clothing their body in the winter. We refer to such individuals as "OnyeAra" in Igbo.

ASG

Oh what a great and true definition, all my respect !

smoothjazzaxe

I have to say it's tragic in an amusing manner and amusing in a most tragic context

सूर्य भण्डारी

Thank You for the insight

bigedko

it is a satire, I guess of what is what, and he is clean in his own way, let go of the semantics and the fun begins, Fela Kuti Mojo Guy

Lionqueen24_7

I love how you broke this down so it could forever and consistently be broke

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Ansar Islam single

MY FARTHER WAS IN THIS BAND THE FUNKEES CHRIS IGWILO.... HOW NICE....

Dean Shein

<3 YOUR FATHER IS A LEGEND. MUCH LOVE FROM AUSTRALIA. :D

Osei Siribuor

@Akwasí Owusu I did not know that a Ghanaian played with the Funkees. This song was very popular among secondary school students in Ghana in 70s. It was a welcome song for the new students which I was among
in my school in 1973

tito Balkani

My father was not in this band but they are Awesome. Big up Africa! Respect✌

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