What is the the title of a Nigerian song whose chorus goes hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey something lawbe?
it goes like hey
The chorus at the beginning of Act IV links the action in the first half of the play, Acts I to III with that of the last two acts. "Impute it not a crime to me or my swift passage", says the chorus, "that I slide o'er sixteen years, and leave the growth untried of that wide gap". In a movie you might have the years whirling by on a calendar, or a CGI speed…
Usually (but not always), the title of a song is contained within the song; a phrase from the chorus, or the subject of the song. Thus, people who have heard the song can identify it by its title. There are exceptions in which the title does not directly relate to the song, nor is it contained within the song.