Yon 14 fevrier, m tap trip à l’etat zonbi
M te non’w baz ap bwè avèk de twa zanmi
Sanzatann, gon limyè’k flache sou mwen,
M wè yon anj kap pwoche, li pot yon jwa, el pot the light on me
Lè lap mache, se kòm sil tap defile
Fanm sa bay mil rezon sou tè kon nèg ta dwe file
Se first yon po black, bèl dan, fresh, yon gwo back,
Sou li’m te vle pwoche, men’m te pè poum pat defile
San makiyaj, m t’atire par senplisite li
Bondye te vle fè’m won’ mèvèy, se senp, li site li
L’ tap briye, tout nan je’m, bote li reflete
E menm lè st-valentin pase, pou li’m dwe refete’l
M te sezi, mwen’k te panse zanj sèlman ret nan syel la
Mal pal’avè’l, m fè sak esansyèl la
M dil, ou wè wap fè dife nan kèm limen,
Si lanmou ta eklate aprè se ou kap etensèl la
Kom mwen vlel pwoch mwen, m pap pa envite’l soti
M wè si’m goute’l, m pap ka rebite’l so, m tease
Yon bon jou, fanm lan mennenm lakay li,
Li fèm antre nan chanm li, so’m pa tap ka evite sotiz
M te pral peche, men aprè poum konfese
M te gentan vle manyenl, men’m pat vle montre’m twò prese
So m ralanti, poum metel nan pol, m bal de blag et
Dabòr m te vlel zanmim epi aprè poum ka debraguer’l (rèd)
M bay manzè plus plezi kon teyat
Pou li’m te kon gwo chat, et tout plezim se twonpe rat
Et poul sousa, m just depoze lang mwen bò kou’l
Li di”wap fèm anviw”, m di chérie, mais jtm bokou
Sèlman’m pa vle pou aprè m’ regrèt ke’m t’al pran kou nan kwò’w
Ti saveur fondante sa, m’ vle pran gou’l nan kò’w
Li di’m malgrel konnenl pa caramel, li gon chocola nan li,
Depim goute’l, m pap janm grangou ankò.
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