All About You • T-Vice

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Genre: Konpa
Album: Resan
Year: 2013

Se vre ou bèl, ou tèlman bèl
M anvi siyen kontra tout rès vi m nan pye w
Se vre w janti, se pa manti
Bagay sa kont pou fè tèt mwen pati
Lè w bò kote m santi fòs mwen double
M kap travèse loseyan a pye
Bon fanm ak kè se sa ou ye an verite

Baby you are the best
Ou gen yon kalite ki la trust me you’re bless
Mwen deja aksepte konvèti nan jadin lanmou si w ban m yon chans

Se kè m ki chwazi bò kote w
E l deside rete avè w
I wanna fall in love with you baby all the way
Se vre mwen la mwen pap fè on pa
Mwen vle pou lanmou sa rete ta
Ou se sèl fanm ki okipe lespri m
Nan ou mwen jwenn terapi ki adousi kè mwen
Metriz ou an lanmou se tèt chaje
Yon bote chokola ki byen dore
Cheri tanpri di mwen kisa pou m fè pou mwen ka posede w

[Bridge]
Ou okipe panse m cheri
Mwen deja all about you
Sa pou m fè

Epi n ale, men konpa
[Keyboard]
Dwèt selèst la
Again ankò, and again

You look so fly to me girl

Ou fè tèt mwen pati pou ou mwen fè on foli
Sou mwen y ap pran plezi – kite mele m
Podiab yo pa konnen kijan mwen tap fete
Si w te banm chans pou m lave pye w
Fanm sa fè m depale rele gagagougou Avèk anpil lanmou
Li fè m reve je klere, li se tout sa mwen bezwen

Lanmou sa pranm epi li vire m tou won tou won
Santiman m pou ou cheri sa plante andan m trè fon

Sa pou m fè
[Keyboard solo]
Se bon pou mwen cheri
Sa k te voye m
Li kenbe m nan kòtèt
Ala dous ala swa
Maestro tonnè

You look so fly to me girl

[Guitar solo]
Guitar lari a
Roberto

Yalal

Lanmou sa pranm epi li vire m tou won tou won
Santiman m pou ou cheri sa plante andan m trè fon
Sa pou m fè




BIOGRAPHY
  • Being sons of the legendary Robert Martino, Roberto and Reynaldo over 15 years ago embarked on a musical journey that has been a roller-coaster ever since! T-Vice is a Haitian Kompa musical band that formed in 1992. The group was formed by brothers Roberto Martino and Reynaldo Martino. Longtime friends James Cardozo and Gerald Kebreau were soon added making the quartet. In 2005 the band reinvented itself by adding Olivier Duret, Eddy Viau, Rivenson Louissaint and their newly added congas player Ricot Amazan. They are 8 now rocking the concert and bal stages all over the world! T-Vice is known for their catchy lyrics and energetic vibe, as well as the modern party scene they bring into the genre of Kompa.
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