Kote Moun Yo (Living Without You) • RAM

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Genre: Rasin
Album: Aïbobo
Year: 1996
Produced by: RAM
Lyrics by: RAM

Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo

When we were together, talk about good times (talk about good times)
When we were together, we knew about hard times (knew about hard times)
We did what we wanted, we're doing what we want now
That's when I know, that living without you was just a matter of time
That's when I know, that living without me is something that you had on your mind
Now I know, that even without you the pain doesn't do me much harm (in someone else's...)

Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo (in someone else's arms, whoaaaa)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo (living without you, whoaaaa)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo (in someone else's arms, whoaaaa)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo

Boy meets someone, when he's in one situation (in one situation)
A couple years later, and everything changes (everything changes)
Make some decisions, to stay or move on
That's when I know, that living without you was just a matter of time.
That's when I know, that living without me is something that you had on your mind.
Now I know, that even without you the pain doesn't do me much harm (in someone else's...)

I'm not the kind of guy to leave you high and dry
I just want to have a stable family life
You can do what you want
You can even have your job
It's your love I want and that's the bottom line
Love I want and that's the bottom line
Said love!
Said love!

Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo (in someone else's arms, whoaaaa)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo (living without you, whoaaaa)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo (in someone else's arms, whoaaaa)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo

Kote moun yo (ooooh), m pa wè moun yo (ooooh)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo
Kote moun yo (ooooh), m pa wè moun yo (ooooh)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo
Kote kote moun yo (ooooh), m pa wè (ooooh)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo
Kote kote moun yo (ooooh), m pa wè (ooooh)
Kote moun yo, m pa wè moun yo...




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