sesia woso biribi the undergrowth shakes very much;
nante bere bere walk softly softly
nante bere bere Walk softly, softly
Yiadom Nana a, yede akobo) gye wo taa taa. Proud Descendant of King Adarkwa Yiadom of Dwaben, hailed in his majesty, who walks to the accompaniment of bullets.
Okyekye akuro brempon a ode ne man nam. Ohene kokuroko, gu mu berebere, berebere.
Daasebre Oti Boateng I of New Juaben, walking in state to the throbbing of fontomfrom drums borne behind him. Parading infront, are some of the numerous swords of New Juaben. These, have on them, gold replicas of certain momentous events in the history of Juaben, which have been symbolically represented. Others are reflective of the benevolence of the Ruler etc.
Okurotwiamansa is the strong name for a leopard in the Twi language.