My Father's Lineage Kareo ,omo abule Ikole do, Omo Abule Oke Igbira soro.Omo ogede gborigi keireru Tiye Tomo.Omo oluo lso bi ehin die. Omo atete jeunre soba
My Mother's Lineage Omo elefo, omo aree momutu.Omo arogogo unu igbo ponu,osun ebora ni lule re.Memu gba see, mema see,meroguro galata domi esurode.Omo agbijo ogun mosun igogo hu babadina.Atijemujeje nitibelamo medeje.Omo Efon alaaye, omo aroke fonrere.Omo ajogede sunan jomo olusu,Omo ile ahun.Oritaje o.
Of Ibadan- Land of my Birth Ibadan mesiogo, n'ile Oluyole. Ibadan omo agesin k'ole. Ibadan omo a j'oro sun. Ibi ole n'gbe n'jare olohun. Omo afikaraun igbin fo'ori mu. Ibadan maja maja n'ijo kini, oja gbogbo ilu l'ogun
Translation:Ibadan, who always knows the appropriate response but is sly/wise enough not to say so, the town of Oluyole. Ibadan, the one who rides horses to harvest the bounty of his theft. Ibadan, where the thief is adjudged blameless as against the owner of the stolen property. Ibadan, the one who eats the oro fruit as a night cap in readiness for bed. Ibadan, the one who uses the snail's shell as a bowl for his ogi. Ibadan, don't fight, don't fight from the very first day of its creation, yet it fought all the towns in battle