Banm Ma Baw • Maestro

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Genre: Konpa
Year: 2017
Produced by: Hantz Mercier Jr
Lyrics by: Badi Kamall

[Verse 1]
Avè w s on doulè
San ou s on mizè
Se vre w maltrete m
Mwen mal pou m kite w
Nenpòt ti istwa
S on pakèt traka
Pale anpil (vire tounen)
Se divizyon (tout lajounen)
Sa pa bon pou mwen
Avni nou pa sèten

Cheri se ban m, m a ba w
Tout sa ki pa m, se pa w
Lanmou se sakrifis li pa fèt a sans inik
Cheri se ban m ma ba w
Tout sa ki pa m se pa w
Lanmou se sakrifis
Pou li ka dire plis

[Verse 2]
Se pa tout sa w bezwen
Nan lavi w ap ka genyen
Se pa tout sa w renmen
Ase souvan ki fè w byen
Mwen ba ou kè mwen
Ou maltrete mwen
Pale anpil ( vire tounen )
Se diskisyon ( tout lajounen)
Sa pa bon pou mwen
Sa pa rele renmen

Cheri se ban m, m a ba w
Tout sa ki pa m, se pa w
Lanmou se sakrifis li pa fèt a sans inik
Cheri se ban m ma ba w
Tout sa ki pa m se pa w
Lanmou se sakrifis
Pou li ka dire plis

Djaz la ap sonnen on lòt jan wi la a

Wooo oooo

[Keyboard solo]
Woy depoze konpa
Moschino ou sipoze voye wi la a
Voye konpa monte
Maestro Maestro, men djaz
Gunshot Nico
Medam backup yo ede m chante

[Verse 3]
Lè m anvi gate l, li neglije m
Lè m bezwen pran swen l, li kanpe lwen m

Fanm nan blo m blo m blo m
Manmzèl blo m blo m blo m
Li pran lanmou an pou piyay
Nan lanmou pa gen sa,
Li pa konnen se ban m, ma ba w
Se a de pou n mete ll sou ray ray ray
Si se pa sa m ape di w bye bye bye
Cheri cheri se ban m ma ba w

[Guitar solo]
Jerry Express, se gita sa a
Cheri ban m, m ap ba w (4x)

[Verse 3]

[Guitar groove]
Cheri ban m, m ap ba w (2x)
Men gita matirite a wi

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