Pi Pre Mwen • Rutshelle Guillaume

ADDED BY JEWIPA (JUN 30, 2017 AT 10:21 AM) 5,813 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Other
Album: Rebelle
Year: 2017
Produced by: Fabrice Rouzier
Lyrics by: Jean Winer PASCAL; Music And Lyrics: Rutshelle Guillaume, Dieuve

Pi pré mwen

Sé pou-w vinn di-m tout ti sékrè-w
Tout ti zafè-w, sa-k nan fon kè-w
Di mwen kozé zétwal, la linn
Fè kè-m kouri ak tout boulinn.
Pwoché pi pré-m, vinn rakonté
Ban-m tout détay, pa fè koutay
Toujou sonjé, m-la pou-m kouté
Ban-m vérité, pa ban-m ranstay.

Rété avè mwen
Pa alé san mwen
Pwoché pi pré mwen
Vinn di-m sa-k fè-m plézi
Vinn ban-m yon ti dégi.

Rét bò koté mwen
Sé pou-w filé mwen
Ou mèt kwoké mwen
Vinn di-m sa-w pat janm di
Mo mizik, mo pwézi.

Rété tou pré mwen
Pa alé san mwen
Di-m ou bézwen mwen
Vinn di-m sa-k fè-m plézi
Ban-m yon dégi.

Rét bò koté mwen
Sé pou-w filé mwen
Ou mét kwoké mwen.

Mwen pa ka tann, fò-w avansé
Pa rét kanpé, fòk ou boujé
Pa vinn ransé, g-on-w jan pou-w yé
Maché kontré, pou-n ka kwazé.
Sé sou koté, pou-w pa boulé
Vè lanp chofé, chabon difé
Vinn ban-m pawòl, rèv an Kréyòl
Mennen-m lékòl, tablèt lakòl.

Rété avè mwen
Pa alé san mwen
Pwoché pi pré mwen
Vinn di-m sa-k fè-m plézi
Ban-m ti dégi.

Rét bò koté mwen
Sé pou-w filé mwen
Ou mèt kwoké mwen
Vinn di-m sa-w pat janm di
Mo mizik, mo pwézi.
Pwézi, (palé, palé, palé)

Rété tou pré mwen
Pa alé san mwen
Di-m ou bézwen mwen
Vinn di-m sa-k fè-m plézi
Ban-m yon ti dégi.

Rét bò koté mwen
Sé pou-w filé mwen
Ou mét kwoké mwen.
Ban-m bèl pawòl, karésé kè-m, fè mwen dépalé

Pot akostich ak bouké flè
ékri non-m sou tout vag nan lanmè
Fè-m chaviré, dégringgolé
Men, pa pran-m pou égaré
Lanmou s-on-w jwèt li yé.

Paské-m konnen-m s-on-w fanm
Yon fanm ki fanm dyanm
Mwen pa dakò moun jwé ak tan-m
Ni dan-m, vinn ban-m tan-m
Paské-m konnen-m ka volé, m-volé, m-volé, m-volé wo
é si-w vlé ban-m pwoblèm, m-ka fò-w monté lé syèl pa do.

Rété avè mwen
Pa alé san mwen
Pwoché pi pré mwen.

Rét bò koté mwen
Sé pou-w filé mwen
Ou mèt kwoké mwen
Ban-m bèl pawòl sa-k fè plézi.

Rété tou pré mwen
Pa alé san mwen
Di-m ou bézwen mwen
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Palé, palé, palé
Di-m ou bézwen-m, di-m ou anvi-m, di-m ou renmen-m
Rété, rété, rété, é




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