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Purist Ogboi - Idirimuma (@purist_ogboi)

Purist Ogboi is rapidly being established, not only as a highly anointed and passionate Worshipper, but also as a powerful vocalist with a knack for excellence in every aspect of her ministry. Her positive impact in the UK Gospel scene in the last year is undeniable. Following a busy period of ministry, Ìdírí mu mà is the fifth single to be released from Purist's critically acclaimed debut album, THE ENCOUNTER. Since the release of The Encounter album, in addition to multiple award nominations across various awarding bodies, Purist recently bagged the award of Best Newcomer at the prestigious Premier Gospel Awards UK.

Ìdírí mu mà, which literarily means "You are good to me", is a multi-lingual up-tempo song of praise which testifies of God's goodness and faithfulness. November 2015, Purist received the song in a dream.

Ìdírí mu mà's catchy melody and joyful tone facilitates an atmosphere of praise and thanksgiving unto the Lord in dance. So get your dancing shoes on, pick up your tambourine and give God quality praise with Ìdírí mu mà.

Produced by Evans Ogboi

 

Lyrics

(INTRO)

HEY HEY HEY HEY

Come on clap your hands like this

Come on come on everybody 

Yeaaaaaa heyyyyyyyyyyy 

You worthy of our praise

 

VERSE 

When I think of your goodness 

And all you've done for me 

And I think of your kindness 

And how you rescued me 

Lord I sing of your mercies 

And faithfulness to me 

I can't contain it but shout out loud 

You're worthy to be praised

Onwegi-ihe diri-gi-ike ime-nuwa 

(There is nothing impossible for You to do in this world)

Soso-gi buchi ne-menma 

(You're the only God that does good)

Ome-mma

(The one that does good)

Agama jagi nma 

(I'll praise you)

 

CHORUS

idiri-mu-ma oh 2x 

(You're good to me)

Ome-mma eh eh

(The one who does good)

Idiri-mu-ma 

(You are good to me)

Ekene diri-gi oh oh 2x 

(Thanks be to You)

Ome-mma eh 

(The One who does good)

Ekene diri-gi oh 

(Thanks be to You)

 

BRIDGE 

When praises go up

The blessings come down

You deserve the lifting of my hands

Holy holy Lord God almighty

King of all creation

Lifter of my head

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