Je Fèmen • Alan Cavé

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Genre: Konpa
Album: Je Femen
Year: 2007
Lyrics by: Alan Cavé

Lavil la se pou ou
Chak maten li reklame ou
Channmas pata channmas
Si ou pat konn ale la
Depi mwen rankontre’w manman
M'tounen yon bon flannè Bon flannè chelbè
Kote fanm sa a soti
Di m' ki kote l' prale

Kote ou pase kote ou vire mwen la
M'ap swiv ou je fenmen
Menmsi se nan lanfè ou Mennen m'
M'ap swiv ou je fèmen
Kote ou pase kote ou vire mwen la
M'ap swiv ou je fèmen
Menmsi se nan lanfè ou mennen m' doudou
M'ap swiv ou je fèmen

M'a m'a ba ou tout sa ou vle
Ofri ou tout sa ou mande
Tes desirs sont des ordres Sont des ordres
M'a m'a ale kote ou vle
Ranpe nan pye ou cheri
Vi m' se pou ou

Kote ou pase kote ou vire mwen la
M'ap swiv ou je fenmen
Menmsi se nan lanfè ou Mennen m'
M'ap swiv ou je fèmen
Kote ou pase kote ou vire mwen la
M'ap swiv ou je fèmen
Menmsi se nan lanfè ou mennen m' doudou
M'ap swiv ou je fèmen

Ohh, Tankou yon papye fen
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl
Ohh, Tankou yon papye fen
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl

Si m' di ou depi kile ouu ap mache nan tèt mwen
Si m' di ou depi ki jou ou pa sikile nan tèt mwen
Ou ale vini ou monte desann
M'pap janm bouke gade ou m'pap jan bouke wè ou

Ohh, Tankou yon papye fen
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl
Ohh, Tankou yon papye fen
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl

Depi m' kote ou
Se dife ki vle pran sou kò m'
Depi m' kote ou
Kè mwen kontan m'vle rele
Depi m' kote ou
Cheri ou fe m' santi m'anfòm
Depi m'kote ou
Nanm mwen pran van m'vle chante

Si m' di ou depi kile ou ap mache nan tèt mwen
Si m' di ou depi ki jou ou ap sikile nan tèt m'
Ou ale vini ou monte desann
M'pap janm bouke gade ou m'pap janm bouke wè ‘w

Ohh, Tankou yon papye fen
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl
Se pa ti bèl li bèl bèl li bèl
Ohh, Tankou




BIOGRAPHY
  • Georges Alan Cavé born in New York in 1966. In 1987, he met with Alex Abellard and Eddy Saint-Vil to audition, and Cavé was quickly signed for the group Zin. Alan Cavé is a prolific songwriter, with a catalogue of songs and unreleased recordings in English, French, and Haitian Creole. He said he would prefer to be remembered as writer and composer, as it takes not just talent, but passion, aspiration, discipline and hard work to write songs and release an album. Cavé has performed and collaborated with other well-known performers in zouk, kompa, French and Caribbean music such asMalavoi, Mario DeVolcy, Tanya Saint-Val, Haddy N'jie, Roy Shirley, and Les ténors du Zouk. In 2001 he launched his first solo album, Se Pa Pou Dat, which was an enormous success. This album seems to transcend barriers of language and cultural sound, with its melodies popular in Japan, Africa and South America, even though listeners may not understand the words. He continuous to have a solo career and has released five solo kompa albums.
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