Vou Et Mwen • Thierry Fanfant

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Genre: Zouk
Album: Simé Lanmou
Year: 2011
Featuring: Erik Pédurand
Produced by: Thierry Fanfant
Lyrics by: Thierry Fanfant

Vou é mwen, vou é mwen

[Verse 1]
Si le cœur a ses raisons que la raison ne connaît point
Je m’incline
Des déceptions et des chagrins,
Des certitudes j’en avais plein
Je le confirme
Suivant une belle route si bien tracé,
J’avais tout prévu, planifié,
Tout pensé
Fort de toute mon expérience
Je n’avais pas imaginé tant changer
Et sur mes deux épaules, je portais ma vie,
Essayant de toujours tout assumer
En voulant faire bien, j’avais oublié qui j’étais

[Verse 2]
Si c’est la raison qui fait l’homme,
C’est le sentiment qui le conduit
Je l’affirme
Juste un regard et un sourire ont suffit à éclairer toute ma nuit
C’est infime
Et toutes ces sensations enfouies resurgissent
Cette envie de vivre enfin pour soi
Et soudain cette évidence que je suis bien

Avec toi, une impression de respirer
Mwen enmé’w, pou tou sa ou yé
É pou sa mwen yé lè nou ansanm

Sé pou tou sa, mwen vlé di’w jod-la
Ou ka ban mwen fos, lè ou tjenbé mwen
Sé pou tou sa, an ké toujou la
Lè ou ka santi ou bizwen mwen

[Verse 3]
Malgré le temps qui s’enfuit,
La distance, et le manque de toi
Je m’apaise - Lè ou tjenbé mwen
Et même si nos routes se séparent,
Tu auras toujours une place en moi
Je le sais - Ou chanjé mwen

Ou chanjé mwen

Sé pou tou sa, mwen vlé di’w jod-la
Ou ka ban mwen fos, lè ou tjenbé mwen
Sé pou tou sa, an ké toujou la
Lè ou ka santi ou bizwen mwen

Ou chanjé mwen

Sé pou tou sa, dou mwen té vlé di’w
Ou wouvè zié-mwen, ou chanjé mwen
Sé pou tou sa, zié-aw ban mwen fòs
Pou mwen rilévé lè ou serré mwen

Fò mwen di’w vou é mwen
Ce on jadin pou vou é mwen
On soleil pou vou é mwen
Lè w tjenbé mwen
Ou séré mwen fò

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