Puso Pusèl • Next Level

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Genre: Konpa
Year: 2016
Featuring: Badi Kamal

[Intro]
Yeahh
Maestro
Di yo sa
Nou sonnen on lòt jan
Next Level

[Verse 1}
Kè’m ap sote
Se premye sa pral rive
E m’eksite
M’konnen tout vi mwen pral chanje
E mwen pare (mwen pare)
Lè a rive
M’santi tout kò’m ap transfòme
Konsa’m rete
Kè’m pran bat fò, souf mwen ap koupe
Se tout bon vre (tout bon vre)
Tout bon vre sa pral pase

[Chorus 2x]
Chérie on est novice
Ce soir on est complice
Je suis puceau, tu es pucelle
An nou pran san’n pou nou byen fè’l

[Rap]
Mwen puso, ou pusèl
Cheri pouki’n pa fè’l
M’konnen mwen pral timid cheri
Bagay sa pa aprann
Pou ta pran zo’m fò’w ta gen fyèl
But apre l’ap tankou myèl
M’konnen m’eksite’w w’eksite’m
M’pa konn sa n’ap tann
An’n fè’l, an’n fè’l nèt
Très sensuel, nou prale slow
Pou premye fwa n’pap fèl a po
Cheri n’ap mete kapo
Pou se dous la ki konte
Men pou’l dous cheri konte
Men kabann nan pou’n monte
Sou youn, sou lòt nou pral monte

[Keyboard]
Cheri ah ha
Aswe a fon ou pran san’n pou’n byen fè’l
Men kisa’k kompa

[Keyboard]
Men kisa’k kompa
Badi Kamal
Next Level

[Badi Kamal]
Se premye fwa nou pral fè’l
Mwen puso, ou pusèl
S’on moman m’tap tann lontan
Pou mwen avè’w an mouvman
M’pa konn si’l sik, m’pa konn si’l sèl
Sof sa yo di’m li gen gou myèl
Sou kabann nan n’pral jwe marèl
Lè l’ap fini nou pral bay rèl
Tout sa ou feel lè li anndan’w
M’ka ba’w li detanzantan
Si’w vle fè ti ba pou li avan
M’ap ba’w kenbe li jantiman
Se Badi Kamal ak Next Level (Ehhh, Muahhh)
Nou pral fè medam yo fè rèl (Di yo sa)

[Chorus 2x]
Chérie on est novice
Ce soir on est complice
Je suis puceau, tu es pucelle
An nou pran san’n pou nou byen fè’l

[Outro]
Ayy shh ayy
(Konsa’l fè’l an kreyòl)
Ayy shh ayy
(Jemisman an kreyòl)
Ayy shh ayy
(Li fè’l an espanyòl)
Ayy shh ayy
(Ayy shh ayy shh ayy)
Ayy shh ayy
(Vini non…)
Ayy shh ayy
(Cheri…)
Ayy shh ayy
(Li genlè mal antre)
Ayy shh ayy
(Ayy shh ayy shh ayy)
Ayy shh ayy (4x)




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