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No One Like U (Mother) Lyrics - Tony Tetuila

 No One Like U (Mother) Lyrics - Tony Tetuila


Sweet Mama Mi O
When I was a little baby how u dey care of me
Anytime we dey hungry u dey first think of me
I start to dey go school u dey always carry me go school
Closing time nko o, u no dey late at all
We dey live like husband and wife o
My papa come dey jealous o
U no care about my papa o
I go run to u, u go carry me
U dey for me
U no dey shake
U dey my back
Together we stand
U care for me
I know for sure
U love me so
Walahi Talahi
Oya Oya
Chorus


All those time I no fit sleep, u no dey sleep at all
When I broke and I need money, u dey give me for sure,
U dey always support me so that I go be somebody in life
All the time nko o, U no dey tell me lie
You wan Gba-du-ra fu mi everyday
My prayer is to pay u back one day
U dey for me sunshine and rain
My love for you is all that u always need
U dey for me
U no dey shake
U dey my back
Together we stand
U care for me
I know for sure
U love me so
Walahi Talahi
Oya Oya
Chorus

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Women and Anger: To Vent or Not to Vent Isn't the Question

JANE E. BRODY

To women who were taught that it is unladylike to express anger, the presumably therapeutic yelling and cursing of the current let-it-all-hang-out generation is often shocking. But now a major new study has strongly suggested that both the old style of keeping anger in and the newer tendency to release it explosively are equally poor ways of expressing this fundamental human emotion.

Both responses can catch women in a vicious cycle of low self-esteem and depression and can worsen anger because the issues that provoke it are never resolved, the study findings indicate. Far more effective, the researchers found, is to calm anger through physical or mental activities and to discuss angry feelings, preferably with the person who touched them off.

The study involved 14 researchers and 535 women from 25 to 66 years old, most of them white married mothers who work full time outside the home. The women, who chose to participate, were recruited from work sites, educational sett…