Nwèl Fanmi • Degre Clan

ADDED BY LILPAIN7 (NOV 23, 2014 AT 6:53 PM) 17,832 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2014
Featuring: Flore
Produced by: JD_Beat
Lyrics by: Lilpain

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Wi wi, se denye mwa nan ane a,
Méwi gen sak konséve tout sal gen poul pa pédi
Pou nwel la, 1dec, jiska 31 dec...
Tout kotew pase se anbyans,
Granmoun kou timoun an elegans,
Tout katye byen klere, se

Nwel fanmi ke li ye, an nou fai inite yon sel fanmi ke li ye (pou sa chanje) siw gen ankantite pito ou pataje, bleu e rouj ke nou ye (nap dekole) bis....
Pami tout peyi nan mond lan se nwel pa nou ki king lan, moun sot kote patou nan mond lan vinn fete nwel fanmi an, sou tet kay abdenwel ap limen sak pa gen kay ti tant limen, nwel fanmi an ayiti tande paka gen stres la m stres la, 24, 25 feu datifis ap tir
Nou tout se on sel fanmi, nou tout se on sel ayiti poukin pa met nan ansanm pou nou rive fé li rejwi, se nan linite nou kapab rive jwi lavi, tet ansanm kou dakoud peyi nou ka rive souri gen lontan nape lite poun we si nou ta rive, ayiti se sel bote
Nwel fanmi ke li ye, an nou fai inite yon sel fanmi ke li ye (pou sa chanje) siw gen ankantite pito ou pataje, bleu e rouj ke nou ye (nap dekole)
Sou granri kijanw santiw lew kwaze timoun kap drive, poutanw pa sispann jwi laviw chak fwa se nwel ki rive, linyon ta dwe sel prensip nou tout ta dwe adopte nan vizaj tchan lan souri ta dwe afiche, dayé ton nwel si nou ta kwe, ou ta dwe sel egzanp
Nwel fanmi ke li ye, an nou fai inite yon sel fanmi ke li ye (pou sa chanje) siw gen ankantite pito ou pataje, bleu e rouj ke nou ye (nap dekole)
Wiwi fok nou fete, jan sa ye nou paka komi'n ganthier kwadebouke se (ooooooo, nwel fanmi an, se ooooooo nwel fanmi an) potoprens kou provins se (ooooooo nwel fanmi an) joyeux noel, happy new year se (ooooooooooo nwel fanmi) an se ooooo ou oooooooo


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