Viens Chez Moi • Konpa Kreyol

ADDED BY TIKESS (SEP 19, 2014 AT 2:29 PM) 17,745 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Year: 2004

Sa fè yon semèn m'ap chèche'w
Tout sa mwen fè, m'pa ka jwenn ou
M telefone'w ou pa reponn
M'ape mande kote ou fann
Cheri mwen te byen bezwen'w
Yon bagay ase enpòtan
Ou te konnen mwen anvi wè'w
Aswè a se byen le moman
Ou t'ap plenyen kay pa janm vid
Aswè a yo vle kite m' viv

Refrain
Viens chez moi, j'ai les clefs
A nous seuls, les chambres
Serons ce soir;
Ne t'occupes pas, de mon p'tit frère
J'ai enlevé toutes les chaises
Il ne pourra jamais nous voir

Cheri, pa di'm ou pa kapab
Ni'w pa vle santi'w koupab
E si manman'w fè movesan
Aswè a tout moun sou kalman
Cheri mwen te byen bezwen'w
Yon bagay ase enpòtan
Ou te konnen mwen anvi wè'w
Aswè a se byen le moman
Nou fè lontan nou pa love
Aswè a nou pap negosye

Refrain
Viens chez moi (viens chez moi chérie)
J'ai les clefs (mais j’ai les clefs doudou)
A nous seuls, les chambres
Serons ce soir;
Ne t’occupes pas (ne t’occupes pas)
De mon p'tit frère (de mon p’tit frère doudou)
J'ai enlevé toutes les chaises
Il ne pourra jamais nous voir

Yon sèl moman
Nou ka pa jwenn anko;
An nou profite'l, pa kite li pase;
Cheri m'anvi'w, se tout sa mwen vle di'w;
M'pap sipliye'w,
Cheri pou'w ban'm karès

Karese’w
Cheri m’anvi ‘w
Karese’w
M’anvi karese’w
Karese’w
M’anvi miyonen w
Karese’w
M’anvi’w, m’anvi’w m’anvi’w

Refrain
Viens chez moi (viens chez moi)
J'ai les clefs (mais j’ai les clefs chérie)
A nous seuls, les chambres
Serons ce soir;
Ne t’occupes pas (ne t’occupes pas)
De mon p'tit frère (de mon p’tit frère)
J'ai enlevé toutes les chaises
Il ne pourra jamais nous voir
Viens chez moi, j'ai les clefs
A nous seuls, les chambres
Serons ce soir;
Ne t'occupes pas, de mon p'tit frère




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