According to the Team Move CEO who touched on the subject of love effectively in the song, he is admonishing lovers to love wholeheartedly and not partially. “An example is what some guys say, I like her dressing but not how she walks, I like her talking but not her cooking, the way she laughs and not her house keeping skills. So if you are ready to love, love someone that you love all the characteristics and qualities (the whole show).”
“Just like how ‘adendey’ (see-saw), swings back-and-forth, loving someone also comes with it’s own challenges. You shouldn’t choose which part of the swing you enjoy most, everywhere that the see-saw swings to must be enjoyed by both lovers” Kofi Kinaata succinctly explained to www.233times.com the import of the KinDee produced and mixed and PachBay Band recorded live song ‘The Whole Show.’
In the second verse of the song, Kofi Kinaata creatively used the titles of seven (7) of his popular songs to express his love.
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