Guilty • Djakout Mizik

ADDED BY TIZER (APR 8, 2016 AT 8:37 AM) 6,528 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: Manniguéta
Year: 2003

[Intro]
Lalalalalala

Cheri, mwen konnen ke mwen fè w soufri
M ap mete m tou piti pou rejwenn lanmou ki te fè w tresayi
Amou, a wi mwen brize ke ou
M ap mete m ajenou, car j’ai eu tort d’agir comme un fou

[Chorus]
Padone, padone mwen pou tout mal mwen fè
(W a padone m cheri an mwen)
Padone, (fò k ou padone mwen)
Padone mwen pou tout mal mwen fè

[Verse 2]
Sweetie, mwen pa dwe al koute zanmi
Ki pale nan tèt mwen, fè m fè foli, al chèche lòt fi
Please open your eyes to see how I’m still in love
M ap mande pou kisa mwen pa t ka satisfè de ou sèl nan vi mwen

[Chorus]

Padone, padone mwen pou tout mal mwen fè
Come on, come on, you got to forgive me
Padone, (padone mwen)
Padone mwen pou tout mal mwen fè

[Bridge]
I promise you I will never and never place no one above you baby
No, no, no, no, no, no
I will never and I swear
I swear even if I’m guilty
Please baby, don’t make me cry
Ayayay, ayayay

I want you to be by my side
Please don’t give up sweetie
I want you to be by my side
I will do everything for you
I want you to be by my side

[Keytar groove]
Baby…
Regi, represent yo

[Chorus]
Dou, m pap dakò pou kite m
Doudou m pap dakò pou sa kraze
(M pap janm dakò)

Yo mache rakonte m’son flanne ki pa konn sa mwen vle
Mwen pap kite w fè yon pa
Faut donner une chance à celui qui reconnait son tort
Mwen pap kite w fè yon pa

M pap dakò pou kite m
Doudou m pap dakò pou sa kraze
(Mwen pap janm dakò)
M pap dakò pou kite m
Doudou m pap dakò
Oh Lord

[Keyboard solo]
Kite l mache,
Pou moun yo sa patisipe
Kite konpa mache
Konpa…aight

You’re still the one I want
You are the one I dream
You’re still the one I want for life
You’re still the one

But just look at us holding on
We’re still together, still going strong
You’re still the one

You’re still the one I want
You are the one I dream
You’re still the one I want for life
You’re still the one

You’re still the one I want
You are the one I dream

[Horns]
Kòman m ta fè bliye?

[Bridge]




BIOGRAPHY
  • The group started in 1996, based in Carrefour, Haiti, Djakout Mizik is notable for their slow jazzy style and have produced songs such as Septieme Ciel, Naje Pou Soti, and Biznis Pam. The first performance of Djakout Mizik on an American network Television was in 2007 and was the first performance with the famous Wyclef Jean. In fact, this performance set the stage for their subsequent performances in the later years. It also set the stage for their successes in music as the days went by. Studio albums: Defi Leve, Jistis, Live Biznis pa m', Mannigueta, Love Songs, Live Mechan Mechan, The Family, Septieme Ciel
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