Twerk That • Alan Cavé

ADDED BY TIZER (APR 24, 2014 AT 4:45 PM) 19,570 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: Timeless
Year: 2014
Featuring: TZ

Anye o
Girl I'm dying to work that
Dying to twerk that
Anyen o
Baby just let me twerk that
Just let me twerk that

Se te yon Samdi swa nan club Moca
Tafya t'ap koule, konpa t'ap tonbe
M'vire je m gade, m'wè yon bèl fanm o
Yon fanm anfòm tankou Coca
Tout je sou li l'ap taye banda
Manzè mete tout nèg nan club la sou sa
Kouri m, kouri m'vanse sou li
Mwen di baby I gotta twerk that
Anye o
Girl I'm dying to work that
Dying to twerk that
Anyen o
Baby just let me twerk that
Just let me twerk that

Feel my love, feel my touch
Girl you know I can't get enough

Ki lè li ye
Kisa l pral fè
Ki kote l prale lò bal la lage
Ki lè li ye
Kisa l pral fè
Li gentan 4 hr, li lè pou n al jwe

[Chorus]
Anye o
Girl I'm dying to work that
Dying to twerk that
Anyen o
Baby just let me twerk that
Just let me twerk that

Feel my love, feel my touch
Girl you know I can't get enough

Cheri m'anvi kenbe w
Doudou m'anvi sere w

Anye o, m'pap janm fatige
Anye o, m'pap janm fe ase

Cheri m'anvi kenbe w
Doudou m'anvi sere w

[TZ]
Hey lil mama, what's poppin, what's goodie?
Yea it's real fact booze keep you hoodie
Say one life you living, cuz tomorrow's never given
Shawty all on me, True Religion on the denim
Ghost Phantom whippin, icey on the beanies
A bunch of bad bitches, they all like AC
Diamonds dancing on me, HD 3D
Shawty say I'm wavy
She told me she ‘a ride me

She said she wanna ride like I never had before
She said she the best that ever done it
Ride it till the wheels fall off

She wanna ride me (3x)

Anye o
Girl I'm dying to twerk that
Anye o
Baby just let me twerk that
Just let me twerk that

I know you heard that
Just let me twerk that
Girl I wanna twerk that
Just let me twerk that
I wanna work that
Just let me twerk that
Girl I know you heard that
Yes Imma work that

She wanna ride me (6x)




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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