[Verse 1 – Mickael]
An n leve pye n, an n fè sa n gen pou n fè
Special Olympics yo la, nou pap gade dèyè
An n louvri zye n pou nou sa wè pi klè
Nou pral montre lemond antye ke n s on pèp ki chaje potansyèl…yeah
E nou pap janm lage jiskaske n rive nan syèl
Jiskaske n rive nan syèl
[Verse 2 – Shabba]
Nou gen anpil pontansyalite – E e
Anpil foug, detèminasyon – O o
Ayisyen fò n leve kanpe – E e
Nou pral fè yon revelasyon
An n leve drapo n, an n souke l pi wo
Reprezante - We
LA nou prale - We
Fòk nou montre yo ki sa nou vo
Ayisyen tout kote an n ale ankouraje jèn spòtif nou yo
Special Olympics la rive
[Outro – Mikaben]
Mwen gen yon rèv kote m wè ble e wouj chak kote, tout kote
Kote tout peyi resi respekte nou
Paske n met tèt nou ansanm pou nou reyalize gwo bagay
So tout Ayisyen alawonbadè fè deplasman an, al LA, al sipòte jèn spòtif nou yo pou Special Olympics la
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