Sunday, December 16, 2012

3 Days To Christmas - You Should Sip and Shop!

Christmas as usual comes with a number of entertaining and fun
activities. The musical concerts have started and fashion enthusiasts
have been served with a welcoming number of bazaars. Among the fashion events lined up for this year is the 3 Days To Christmas Sip and Shop Fashion Event.

Sunday, December 9, 2012

The Becca Girl Talk Concert

Over the years, so many concerts have sprung up in Ghana, and most especially in the capital city of Accra. We have had situations where various events centers and auditoriums have had to play host to different performances in one night and yet all have had the privilege of attracting their right audience and at least filling these auditoriums to almost three fourth of their capacity.

Monday, December 3, 2012


Joey B and Edem entertaining the audience

The 1st of December has come to be known and celebrated as World AIDS Day for some years now. For this year’s celebration, Kaylers Communications joined in the awareness campaign by organizing a free awareness concert on the pandemic. The event took place at the Aviation Social Center in Accra on December 1st

Monday, November 12, 2012


Last week Wednesday, one of the stores of the Melcom Group of Companies, a retail outlet collapsed in Achimota in Accra. A “few” lives have been lost. A number of people have been pulled out of the rubble as survivors. Some have been able to tell their stories, their horrors, their anguish and their shock. Ghanaians flocked to the venue and some lay men did volunteer to help pull out some people. 

The Fire Service, the Police, NADMO, Zoomlion and all other agencies including a supporting team from Israel have done well at helping the victims.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Free HIV|AIDS Concert On Dec 1st 2012

On the 1st of December 2012, a day which will be celebrated Worldwide as World AIDS Day, Kaylers Communications will stage a free HIV\AIDS awareness concert for school children and the general public at the Aviation Social Center in Accra.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Hiplife In Ghana Book Reading

The cover of the book and Prof. Halifu Osumare

Tomorrow, Thursday October 18th 2012, the Department of African Studies of the University of Ghana will play host to Prof Halifu Osumare, an Associate Professor of African American Studies at the University of California Davis in the United States as she makes a book presentation of her new book, The Hiplife In Ghana: West African Indigenization of Hip-Hop to a cross section of students, academics, musicians and interested persons.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

On My TV This Morning!

Kokui and Patric
The new morning show on Viasat One, This Morning is a brilliantly produced program so far. There is a beautiful chemistry between the two presenters and they are able to synchronize their conversations without it looking fake. That entails a lot of brilliance to attain so to you Kokui Selormey and Patrice Amegashie, you guys are awesome!

Monday, October 8, 2012

Lexis Bill - Favorite Host on Accra's various Morning Programs on Radio

The host of the morning show on Hitz FM, Lexis Bill has emerged as the most favorite Host on Accra’s various morning programs on radio. This came up during a poll conducted by over a one week period.

Lexis polled 50% of all votes cast while Joy Fm’s Super Morning Show Host, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah polled 33% of the polls.

Sunday, September 30, 2012

Hitz FM's Lexis Bill Hosts "The Challenge" Season 4

Lexis Bill

The Challenge, the educational reality competition which seeks to give brilliant promising young Ghanaian University graduates a chance to compete for a fully paid scholarship at the Robert Gordon University in  Aberdeen, Scotland returns this weekend with Season 4 and this time with a new host.

Papaye Has Still Got It!

The Osu Oxford Street in Accra has seen some of the most amazing and fastest transformations from a calm normal street into a bustling commercial center in a very short while. The street I remember used to have a few shops but commercial activities weren’t vibrant. The only restaurant I remember is Papaye.

Friday, September 28, 2012

AKUCHI Designs S\S 2012 Collection . . . JADEITE

This year, this spring, this summer, while you laid in wait for it to come, you probably didn’t anticipate that you will be served with glamour as AKUCHI Designs presented their 2012 s\s collection, themed “JADEITE!”

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Obrafour - Most VERSATILE Rapper


Obrafour, the Ghana Rap Sofo has been voted as the Most Versatile Rapper, gaining 42% of votes cast. He was in contention with Edem, Okyeame Kwame, Sarkodie and Asem on a poll organized by

Surprisongly, the current fastest rapper in Ghana, and argualbly the most popular polled 23% while Okyeame Kwame and Edem both got 33% each of votes cast.

Asem tailed the polls with 23%.

Okyeame Kwame

Indeed versatility is different from popularity. CONGRATS to Obrafour.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

What Goes Around. . .

In a fast changing world, I have been awed by the growing characters around me. I get surprised by some of them and get to laugh at them when they start crying foul.

Imagine this. There are a group of five girlfriends. They do all sorts of things together. One of them has a certain man as her best friend. This man is breathtakingly dangerously flirtatiously wild! But there is a catch.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

The Controller

Ghana’s electricity is supplied mainly, and I daresay solely by the Akosombo Dam which, when all things are well and good is managed by the able Electricity Company of Ghana but when all things are bad, the blame game between the ECG, Volta River Authority and GRIDCo comes to play.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Yvonne Okoro - Most Talented Actress

Nadia Buari

Yvonne Okoro
 To create some more excitement, I have decided to conduct polls on different topics on my blog. The very first one I conducted was for readers and visitors to vote for the Most Talented Actress between Nadia Buari, Jackie Appiah, Yvonne Okoro, Roselyn Ngissah and Joselyn Dumas.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Young Executives Young Entrepreneurs - Lexis Bill

Photo Credit: KwakuDavid Photography
Tune your radio to Hitz 103.9FM every morning from 6am to 10 am, Mondays to Fridays and get the opportunity and an escape from all the political talk on Accra’s morning radio and to be serenaded with a beautiful blend of music genres and little talk, beautifully served by Louis Sakyiamah, better known as Lexis Bill.

Sunday, September 16, 2012

10,000 And Counting!!!

In the month of February 2010, I decided to finally create my own blog and host my thoughts on it. This was after I had realized that indeed am somewhat of a good writer, courtesy the feedback from some lovely people whom I practically forced to read. The first article to be published on this blog was a longer version of thoughts I had sent to Graphic Showbiz in a text message for it to be published in their Reader’s Column segment. I actually won GHC10 credit for that message. The title is Arts In Sync!

Friday, September 14, 2012

First Ever Ghana Music Week Launched

This evening (Friday September 14th 2012), the Musicians Union of Ghana launched the first ever Ghana Music Week to be celebrated from October 15th to 21st 2012. The ceremony is expected to attract Ghanaian musicians and lovers of the industry to exhibit and patronize beautifully made Ghanaian music. It will also be an avenue where musicians can launch their new material. 

Thursday, September 13, 2012

The One Show

The Talk Program on Viasat One, The One Show, presented by Joselyn Dumas and PY Addo-Boateng has gone through some metamorphoses from the days when Joselyn was handling it alone to the public outcry for the producers to change her through to her taking charge and holding the show down to when PY joined. It has been able to stamp its feet as a talk show to watch out for and for which a lot of people make time to watch, and listen.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Hair At Kenzo's' Got Me Talking!

Driving through Cantonments, I had been seeing this salon whose outlook just made me decide that someday, I would like to walk in there to have a feel of what they offer. Kenzo’s Place, a new salon, spa and barbering shop located off the Ghana International School Road had been on my mind and the moment I stepped in, the experience I came out with made me itchy enough to want to write and tell you all about the experience I got.

Friday, September 7, 2012

This One Is For The One In Love

“This one is for the one in love. And for the one who’s found that one and place' no one above.
Asem and Kwabena, those married and those in relationships, if your love says they cant live with you again, this one is for you” – Into by Asem. 

Kwabena Kwabena
Then Kwbena Kwabena comes in with his usual sultry voice and renders these lines “my Love is leaving me, what should I do? She has showed me her love and I have felt so pampered. Love, now that you are leaving, what should I do? You know I cant sleep when you are not around. Thoughts of you will kill me, what should I do? Now that you are leaving, what should I do?’ 

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

My Love For Manchester United

One evening in 1999, my brothers and their friends were watching a football match between Manchester United and Bayern Munich. I knew nothing about football and even till now, I have never sat through the whole 90 minutes of any football match involving whoever. I always ask for the scoreline and that is always enough for me. 

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Giant Taking Giant Strides - Zapp Mallet

Zapp Mallet is an ace music producer with particular interests in all genres of Ghana’s highlife music. He has worked for and with some seasoned Ghanaian musicians, notably Pat Thomas, Charles Amoah, Nana Tuffour, Ofori Amponsah, Lord Kenya, Kofi Bee, Obour, Obrafour, Praye, Samini, Daddy Lumba, now known as DL, Reggie Rockstone, Nana Quame, Wutah, Daasebre Gyamena, the late Michael Dwamena, then Akyeame and Okyeame Kwame. He has been in the music scene for a very long time and has worked with the Gothe Institute to produce various high life concerts.   

Thursday, August 30, 2012

My Very Own Analysis of Our Elections 2012

Following the death of President Attah Mills and the ascension of John Dramani Mahama to the highest office as President of Ghana, I have had quite a number of people ask me how I think the elections will go, considering all that has happened.

In my years on earth and of the four or so democratic elections I have witnessed in my country Ghana so far, my conclusion is this: that Ghana is a wholly NDC(National Democratic Congress) and NPP(New Patriotic Party) Affair. The other parties, well I feel they will not be seen nor heard for a very very long time.

Friday, August 24, 2012

Young Executives Young Entrepreneurs - Kwaku Zee

On Facebook, his name is Bra Kwaku Zee, aka Gals Best Friend. This accolade he keeps up by usually talking about relationships and giving ladies more tit bits to feel empowered. Sometimes he tells them not to ever cry over any man and at other times, he tells them that there is a lot of sexiness in being confident. He posts lots of links to his videos on via Facebook.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Stepping Out In Style

A lot of people have spoken about how to dress and how looking good and wearing the right dresses and outlook can boost ones confidence. Sadly, we have a lot of people who have invested and keep investing so much in clothing and accessories, shoes and bags, belts and all others they may deem relevant. Yet, their confidence levels is nothing to write home about.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Young Executives Young Entrepreneurs - Kwabena Poku

The onset of Social Media has brought with it an appreciable level of new friendships and meetings on a virtual platform. It is now relatively easier to be friends with or followers of certain people and to kind of have an interpersonal discussion with them on various issues. However, social media as a marketing tool is still quiet new to majority of people.

Monday, July 16, 2012

Open Letter To Kaaki

Dear Kaakie,

First time I heard one of your tunes, I didn’t know who the singer was. I just loved the music and enjoyed it as much since the Radio Presenter was happy enough to play it twice. He mentioned you had been a contestant in Stars of the Future and that you did not win, nor make it to the top five yet you have found your way into the limelight. I think that song was Too Much. 

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Photography Basics With Steven Adusei

Over the weekend, at one of the Conference Rooms of the African Regent Hotel, mainly amateur photographers were taken through some of the basics of photography. The workshop, organized by award winning photographer, Steven Adusei also had Nana Kofi Acquah, another ace photographer giving practical lectures on creative use of exposure controls, JPEG verses RAW, autofocus verses manual focus and understanding ISO, shutter speed and aperture. 

Friday, May 11, 2012

My Mama Dear

 "This story is not my real story. :-)"
Born by another woman, and brought to marriage by my father, you accepted me, loved me and have been so much of a parent to me. I was only eight and fears were high that you will maltreat me. at that young age, I knew nothing. I did not understand my mother’s admonitions when  my father allowed me to visit her from time to time. She was always bitter, and trying so hard to get me to be rude to you. according to her, any act of correction from you was equal to maltreatment. I tried to tell her you were good to me, but she never really had ears for my little voice. 

Friday, May 4, 2012

Shapes In The Office

They are everywhere, in every office, every corner. They are there, plain and nice. When you step into the office, they are usually the first ones to approach you with friendship. Mostly they will portray themselves as the best friends you could have in the office and tell you about others. As soon as you say something, they will report on you. Mostly they are so preoccupied with others that it seems they are paid to snitch on other people. 

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

As Mother's Day Approaches. . .

The stories will flow. The mothers will be celebrated everywhere, in every corner, church, home and the media will definitely look at making money off this celebration, while ensuring that some “deserving” mothers win prizes.

It is good to celebrate mothers, and people in general who are responsible. Yet, the stories of biological mothers who had had to run over themselves to ensure their children got an education, to took them away from an abusive man, or sold her entire wardrobe to ensure her children ate never gets to me. I say never because 

Sunday, March 18, 2012

I Sleep Around. . .

(This piece was inspired by knowing more on the effects of rape and defilement in children)

Oh I got your attention ha? What? You wish you had read wrongly? No, you didn’t. I sleep around, like really, seriously. See, it is my favorite fun activity and I must admit I enjoy it a whole lot, you have no idea. 

I am currently twenty two years, just done with my university education and my parents are so proud.

Three Years Of Viasat One

With the brightest screen quality, they launched themselves onto our television screens and into our homes some few years back and wowed a ,lot of us. They promised to deliver quality entertainment and surely they have lived up to expectation.

The Church Announcement

“There will be a Youth, Men and Women’s Fellowship meetings on Monday evening at 7.30pm. The Singing Band and Choir will meet on Tuesday and Thursday at 6pm and Saturday at 5.30pm. There will be the usual mid week service on Wednesday at 6.30pm. On Friday there will be an all night service from 10pm. On the same Friday, we will have our morning prayers from 8am. From Monday to Friday there will be the usual morning devotions from 5am each day.’

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Click! Shutter!! Bobbie!!!

Emmauel Bobbie

I am not good at pin pointing. And because of that I have become a serious lover of Emmanuel Bobbie’s works, to the extent that I can recognize his works just about anytime yet I do not know how he achieves that. Is it because of his composition? Or his love for bright and somewhat contrasting colors? Or the fact that he is able to take snapshots of places in Ghana and make them look so surreal. He will take a shot of the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange, publish it on Facebook and have people ask him where that is! He will say it is the Tetteh Quarshie interchange, and that he went up the Villagio Appartments to take the shots and the next comment will be, “how come I have always used Tetteh Quarshie Interchange and yet this looks so different?” Trust Emmanuel Bobbie to make Ghana’s landscape look so inviting.

I got charmed, for lack of a better word, with his works which he had published on Facebook.  I loved them to bits and I would usually tell Nana Kwadwo Duah of Oxygen that I love how Emmanuel is able to make sharp, bright and contrasting colors look so super cool in a given space. I was fascinated and wanted to know more about him, his works.
(Landscapes in Ghana)
One day, while chatting on Facebook with him, he mentioned that he has a shoot that Friday so if I can make it, I can come see him at work. This was after I had mention to him that I would love to witness him work. I got to the venue and had the chance of witnessing him and his “light man”, King George at work. I watched them set up, tripods and light equipment and checking the brightness as against using a filter or not. As they did all these checks, they kept mentioning some figures and taking test shots as they went along. The next series of shots involved adult and child models. The child models were a delightful pain to work with yet Bobbie found his way around them.
Sunset at Sea-Men drawing their fishing net
Through the shooting, we kept mild conversations. While moving from one venue to the other, he got us waakye from Katawudieso at Nyaniba. Through talks, I got to know that he worships with the Church of Pentecost with his wife and kids. He hardly goes out after 8 pm and the surprise of all was that he is a very shy man. So shy that when one of the ladies wanted to take a picture with him, his countenance changed instantly. The shot that was captured showed a man whose facial expressions were that of someone almost under duress.

A graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Emmanuel had his ‘O’ level certificate from the Odorgonno Senior High School and his ‘A’ level certificate from the Abuakwa State College. He sojourned to the United Kingdom and decided to come back to Ghana, pick up a camera and do magic with it for a living.

Amongst the professional photographers I have spoken with, Emmanuel has come up on the lips of many as one they admire. He has shot a lot of models and has a lot of corporate clients to his credit. He loves to travel around the country, taking shots and presenting Ghana in a very beautiful way. Some of the pictures get people to doubt him all because while we see a bare Afram Plains, Bobbie sees a beautiful landscape on the outskirts of Accra, much different from how we have all seen it all this while.
He is a lovely man to chat with, and you can go to Facebook and search for Emmanuel Bobbie. Whether through his personal profile page or business page, send him a message and be sure to get a reply from this photo magician!


Whenever we set off to pray, we have to forgive all those who have caused us bitterness. This is mandatory, for a part of the model prayer says “and forgive us our sins as we have forgiven those who trespass against us.”
Tis true that our human nature makes it difficult sometimes to forgive and to forget. But the God in us should make it easy. Sometimes, some people hurt us and we are able to easily forgive them and move on. Such people are needed by us as much as they need us. Let us consider ourselves as a tree.


I love to write. I do not know exactly when this love started but I cast my mind back and realize there are many reasons that have contributed to this love. The main and strongest of all the reasons is my junior high school English teacher, “bra” Emma.
This man taught me from JSS one to JSS three. He taught us much more than the usual English curriculum that the GES gave us. He stuck to the curriculum alright but always went further than our level.


Our Lecturers became flabbergasted. They just could not fathom what had happened. Was there going to be more? Why did it have to happen to three of us? It had never happened before.
This month of May has unconsciously brought memories. Memories I do not want to throw out. Memories I want to keep.

This month of May marks three years since we completed our studies at the College of Art and Social Sciences, Department of Communication Design, Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science And Technology, Kumasi.

Still. . .You Can Rise!

Beginning a project and having it go down the drain can be nerve wrecking. It can make you loose all hope you once cherished some time ago. Before you began, you dreamt of the success, you smiled at it, you smelled it and you began to think it. At that moment, troubles and trials seemed like grass beneath your feet. With all the thorns, some piercing you and some giving you a smooth walk, you were only seeing and feeling grass, smooth or rough.


A few realisations I have made concerning the social network site, Facebook. Nothing personal. And if this happens to have a bearing on your particular self, that was not the intention.
Mondays on Facebook are inundated with motivational quotes and status updates, possibly giving enough energy for the coming week. Tuesdays come with a continuation of the Monday status’ updates. Still quite high on motivation.

Dear Men. . .

In as much as you would want your women to be submissive and all the other qualities that you yearn for, I feel you sometimes slack on certain things in terms of your being yet you never take it lightly when she, on the other hand slacks.

For one thing, every woman, naturally, is a submissive woman. Seriously. If you are the man you are supposed to be, she will be the woman she is supposed to be.

Until Love Finds You. . . .

(This piece was inspired by an excerpt from Michelle McKinney Hammond)

Age is just a number so am not going to give any age limits here. But then let’s see, . .you are next to the only single person amongst your friends, you no longer get their companionship for a boys day out. You don’t get to shop with the girls anymore and even if you do, they buy diapers and baby food and wipes while you are left, primarily with an apple in your shopping basket!

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

His Royal Design Highness, Nana Kwadwo Duah

It was back in 2007. I was then having my academic industrial attachment at Ultra Films in Bubuashie. In the same building as Ultra Films was Oxygen, a brand & design firm run by Nana K. With my very curious self, I usually wondered why the seemingly shy designer almost always walked with his head bowed. He never talked much, not that I heard and he locks himself up when he is in a design mood! The design of his from that time, which I remember is a small sticker for the Ghana@50 celebrations.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Ties That Bind. . .Leila Djansi's Movie

This is Africa. We do not adopt children. A woman must make her own else she will not be woman enough. Her husband will be ridiculed and he may be pressured to have children with another woman. The childless woman will be considered a witch. Childlessness could be a barren woman, or a woman whose children keep dying for one reason or the other. She is a doctor, and has had two miscarriages for a reason only known to her and a friend. She lets her partner suffer too because they have a situation none of them can help. Because of this condition, and society, she wanted to stop marriage despite the heart throbbing love she feels for her man. She knew the pressure of constantly losing her children could swallow her.

There is this American woman living in Ghana. She came here to heal. She had a bad childhood and grew up to become a spiteful mother to her own child despite not ever wanting to be so. She could care less about her own crying baby. Her own childhood was tormenting her and she had no control. She did something back in the States which she now regrets. She has to however live with it and yet find courage to face her demons. She has to go back to the States and face her twelve year old “nightmare.” Through her two other friends, she finds courage, embraces herself and decides to go back.

Then there is a woman, who has long been suffering from a health condition which neither she nor her husband knew how bad it is. She does get pregnant but for some reason, the society still considers her barren. Coincidentally, the piece of land she inherited from her parents is as barren as her womb. Her mother in law gave her no peace, called her a witch at any opportunity and made her feel bad. But she had a husband who loved her. A man who chose her over his mother and stood up to put his mother out of his home so his wife will have peace.

These are the stories of the three main women in Leila Djansi’s new movie, Ties That Bind. The premiere was held at the National Theater on the 30th of December and the turnout was very impressive. As the movie film rolled, and judging from the audience response, it was clear that indeed people were enjoying the movie. Women, childbirth, African customs and tradition, beliefs and love are the themes that intertwined beautifully to tell this story.

The set for the movie was very much like we will see in most of our villages and smaller towns and even in parts of the bigger towns. The language was comical and engaged a brilliant mix of some local languages with English. The subtitles were definite and without flamboyance. A lot of emotions came to play as the movie rolled with the most emotional part being when one of the characters run so fast that her friend had to struggle to keep up. Where was she going? I heard people ask. The next scene and her language got the entire auditorium to be quite, very quiet. As her friend complained about her sorrows, she took her to the barren land that carried the secret of her scorn and her bitterness.

Ghanaian, Ama K Abebrese, Nigerian, Omotola Jolade Ekeinde and American Kimberly Eliseare the three main leads in the movie. With captivating acting skills and beautiful directing by Leila Djansi, they played their roles and told the story of how some, and infact most women suffer from child-related issues. Hw ignorant some of our cultural practices are and how we even mistreat the sick and women in labor by taking them to churches, The Holy Fire Church, in this instance, while we downplay the effectiveness of orthodox medicine.

Leila, who triples as the writer and producer of this movie also made use of a beautiful array of old Ghanaian actors. Indeed one does not need recurrent scenes to make an impact in a movie. Grace Nortey’s one scene and barely two line language accompanied with her facial and bodily expressions were too effective to be ignored. Kofi Middleton-Mends and Kofi Adjololo also had cameo roles. John Dumelo, David Dontoh and musician Paulina Oduro had recurrent roles. Rapper Okyeame Quame also had a cameo role as a comedian.

Ties That Bind is what I classify as a fiction but too real to be so. Such situations are still happening and am grateful that this director chose to tell our story as is happening without flowery and poetic language and over glamorous costumes, which by the way hardly exist now, even in our palaces.

Leila Afua Djansi, kudos. Indeed, am bound by your Ties That Bind!

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

My Mind Dey!!!

Some say good girls fall in love with bad boys. Some say good boys cannot take care of their women because they are often boring. Some, and I dare say majority of women would love a mix of these two. But yet, the number of good girls who keep falling for bad boys seemingly keeps growing. For this, and on this subject is the entire theme of Irene Logan’s “My mind dey” track.

With the piano and guiter starting and the drums joining in, this beautiful jazzy love tune has been replaying in my head ever since I heard it in Adams’ Apples Chapter six.

The lyrics begin with Irene’s sultry voice singing, “Boy I love you. . . I no dey lie. . . boy I need you. . . cant deny. . . when you no dey. . . my heart dey go. . . when am with you. . . I don’t wanna go. . . I don’t wanna go my baby. . . ooooohhhh. . . . boy I feel you. . . I no dey lie. . . boy I need you. . . cant deny. . . when we kiss. . . it feels like heaven . . .when we touch. . . I don’t wanna go. . . I don’t wanna go my baby. . . .Boy my mind dey for you boy my heart dey I no fit how I miss you my baby boy my mind dey for you boy my heart dey I no fit how I miss you my baby. . . . . .

Of course while enjoying the love and company of such persons you will have some friends and family advising you against them. The man might not be suitable for society’s expectation and well, your friends and family might mean well and get your head, but seriously, if only they could say that to your heart. . . and so Irene’s beautiful voice continues to indulge in her love professing for her man. . .

“Friends dey talk say. . . make I leave you, . .. Friends dey talk say. . . you will never come, . . but when you are around, . . things dey better. . . hell I miss you, . . oh I don’t want to go my baby. . . Boy my mind dey for you boy my heart dey, . . I no fit how I miss you my baby, . . boy my mind dey for you boy my heart dey . . .I no fit how I miss you my baby. . .”

Irene is so in love with this man she is singing about in this track. I bet a lot more females will find themselves connecting with Irene on this record. He may not fit into your family and friends expectations but heck your heart is chasing him, and so Irene continues and tells him. . . “Baby I want your love, . . I need your love . . .oooooooo don’t leave me out. . . baby baby come closer now, . . put your arms around me baby, . . . don’t leave me out it’s so cold. . . Don’t leave me out it’s so cold. . . don’t leave me out it’s so cold . . .I want you baby. . . baby its so cold don’t leave me out. . . it’s so cold. . . Aw) di me oh, . . .aw) di me oh don’t leave me out it’s so cold. . . put your arms around me. . . show me that you love me only. . . oh baby am tired . . . in the cold. . . . . .