Innocent • Karizma

ADDED BY TIZER (JUN 5, 2015 AT 4:56 PM) 10,419 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: Virus
Year: 2015

[Verse 1]
Depi m maten mwen wè w leve ak bouch ou mare
Ou tankou w prèsk pou eklate tèlman ou fache
Mwen swete w pa kite jalouzi fè w ap mal aji
Apre sa pou plede di w sorry
Wa sonje lè bagay bon pou ou,
Pap manke zanmi ki plis ke pare pou jwi w
Men si jamè w ta gen on pwoblèm y ap pi vit demake w

Wa sonje tout sa nou sakrifye
Pa bliye sa lanmou nou reprezante
Sonje pou verifye tout sa yo vin rakonte w
Avan w deside kondane m cheri

[Verse 2]
Ou pran plezi w pou meprize m pandan n menm kote
Zanmi w di sa yo vle sou mwen, pa banm chans pale
Di mwen non kijan w eksplike pou relasyon sa a mache,
Si ou trete m kon timoun cheri
Nan moman lè ou te konn soufri yo,
M pat janm fè yon pa malgre mwen te gen lechwa
Mwen pa di w sa pou repwoche w, men jan w fè l la blese m

Wa sonje tout sa nou sakrifye
Pa bliye sa lanmou nou reprezante
Si jamè w ta deside ke nou pa dwe kontinye
Yon sèl bagay m vle w konnen, O Bondye mwen inosan

[Keyboard solo]
Karizma….hey, men konpa
Shedley, depi anlè
Ou pa ta fè m sa wo (Baby m pa merite sa)
Pa merite sa wo
Ou pa ta fè m sa wo


M inosan cheri, mwen inosan
M inosan cheri, ou pa wè m inosan

[Verse 3]
Konbyen fwa m prouve w m renmen w
Gen sa k fache pase se pou mwen ou ye
Tandiske se menm moun sa a ki mande w soti

M inosan cheri, mwen inosan (Ou genlè pa wè sa)
M inosan cheri, ou pa wè m inosan

[Verse 3]

Oh Lord…

[Keyboard solo]

Ou pa ta fè m sa wo (Cheri m pa merite sa)
Pa merite sa wo
Ou pa ta fè m sa wo

[Guitar solo]
Yes, la vérité blesse

  • Karizma is an 8-piece modern konpa band, Haiti's most popular musical genre. The band's musicians, all of whom, at one point or another, started their young musical career in local Haitian Gospel churches. They all grew up under the heavy influence of Konpa music, R&B, Gospel, and Hip Hop.

    Lead Vocal: Emmery Etienne
    Maestro/Guitar: Jean Napoleon Jr
    Keys: Daniel Paul
    Keys: Jodanny Petit-frere
    Congas: Davidson Bastien
    Percussion: Auguste Blanchner
    Drums: Louissant Beliard
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