Manvi Fè Bagay • Guccy Love

ADDED BY DIDIER (JUN 13, 2015 AT 1:15 PM) 10,838 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2015
Featuring: Dasmain YB | Aphrodity
Produced by: Guccy Love

Manvi fè bagay yoh
Manvi fè bagay
Manvi bagay ak sèl ou menm cheri doudou
Manvi fè bagay tou
Manvi fèl avew tou
Manvi fè bagay ak sèl ou menm cheri doudou

[ Dasmain Yeah Boiii (Verse) ]
Ou gen de supper tou bote bb
Ak yon bèl souri nan visaj ou
Kifè lè mwen wèw bb.
Manvi kouri nan tout vilaj ou
Ou gen de bèl ti prent tete
Ak yon bounda ki twop pou laj ou
Kife chak swa lè m dòmi reve map defiltre tout sak ou yeaaaaaaahhhh
Ala bagay dous se fè bagay
Granmoun timoun renmen fè bagay
Gn sa ki renmen pan kabann dogy style
Konsa tou gen ampil ki renmen pran kabann dòmi sal
Ki melem ou pat janm konn lavel
Cheri mdesidem savew poum taye
Mkonnenw renmen sak rele sweet sex
Bon bak chat melange ak tibe

[ GuccyLove &Aphrodity Land Beyondy (Bridge)]
Manvi (×3) manvi fè bagay tout bon
Cheri mpap baw manti manvi konyenw avèk tout fòs
Ah ah ah se konsa mpral fèw rele pandan tout lasent jounen

[ GuccyLove & Aphrodity Land Beyondy (Refrain)]
Manvi fè bagay yoh
Manvi fè bagay
Manvi bagay ak sèl ou menm cheri doudou
Manvi fè bagay tou
Manvi fèl avew tou
Manvi fè bagay ak sèl ou menm cheri doudou

[GuccyLove (verse) ]
Yeah yeah manvi bagay
Yon bon fanm creole Ki pou santi bom
SePa poum fè nanaj
Ni pa poum fè tapaj
Ni sepa kou retrapaj Anhhh
Ki pou kwè nan tèt li
Fèm fè foli
Pa fèm praan tan pouw ka show me
Ann ale ann ale (×3)
Cheri ann kouri fè l
Pa dim lèw rive sou matla wap pran poz sewou ki pi rizèz
Tanpri mesie je vous en prix feli!!!!!!!!!!
Gad jan yon fanm gou map rete kè l
Mwen renmen jan chat lan kanpe
Em santim bien bande
Dim non se koko mak liye
Se toyota liye
Se maxima liye
Nenpot sal ye aaa mwen tap pranl

[GuccyLove & Aphrodity Land Beyondy (Refrain) (×3)]
Manvi fè bagay yoh
Manvi fe bagay
Manvi bagay ak sel ou menm cheri doudou
Manvi fè bagay tou
Manvi fèl avew tou
Manvi fè bagay ak sel ou menm cheri doudou

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