Latibonit (Banging Drums) • RAM

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

[Verse]
I saw you once again the other day,
We didn't really look the same,
That look you gave me hit me once again,
It seemed to matter just the same,
I couldn't seem to move my finger,
I didn't dare to turn my head,
Those things you said were made to linger,
Like banging drums inside my head

[Pre-Chorus]
Why did you leave me? (Why did you leave me?)
Why did you go? (Why did you go?)
Why did you leave me? (Oh darling, never ever should've let you go)

[Chorus]
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh!

[Verse]
I saw you once again the other day (whoaaaa whoaaaa),
We didn't really look the same (whoaaaa whoaaaa whoaaaa),
That look you gave me hit me once again (whoaaaa whoaaaa),
It seemed to matter just the same
I couldn't seem to move my finger (whoaaaa whoaaaa whoaaaa),
I didn't dare to turn my head (whoaaaa whoaaaa),
Those things you said were made to linger (whoaaaa whoaaaa whoaaaa),
Like banging drums inside my head

[Pre-Chorus]
Why did you leave me? (Why did you leave me?)
Why did you go? (Why did you go?)
Why did you leave me? (Oh darling, never ever should've let you go)

[Chorus]
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh!

[Guitar Solo]

[Chorus]
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh!

An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Those banging drums inside my head)
An verite Latibonit gran moun pa jwe oh! (Bang! Bang!)




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