Happy For You • Gabel

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Genre: Zouk
Album: Kenbe Yes Ou
Year: 2017
Featuring: Tina Ly
Produced by: Pachou
Lyrics by: Pachou, Masterbrain

[Intro]
Flav
Tina
Gabel

[Flav]
M’wè'w ap planifye mariaj
Ou jwenn yon moun ki treat you right
Men’m lè nan fon kè’m g’on raj
But I wish you the best in life
Ou di’l come home every night
Kat lanmou’l pa janm decline
Men’m foto’w poste m’pa like ohh

[Chorus]
I’m happy for you
(Yes it’s true, yeah)
I’m happy for you
(I’m happy, yeah)
I’m happy for you
(Pou manti m'te bay, pou jan’m te fè'w mal baby)
I’m happy for you
(I’m so happy, men’m lè m'pral soufri cheri)
I’m happy for you

[Tina]
Merci pour tes si beaux mots
Qui ne peuvent pas effacer
Tous les torts que t’as causé
Que le temps a bien gommé
Mon cœur a changé de camp
Pour construire un autre pont
Voilà le temps des adieux
Moi aussi…

[Chorus]
I’m happy for you
(Je te dis adieu)
I’m happy for you
(Toi que j’ai aimé)
I’m happy for you
(Je vais me marier)
I’m happy for you
(I’m happy)
I’m happy for you

Oh oh oh oh oh
I wish you the best in your life
Oh oh oh oh oh
I wish you the best in your life
Oh oh oh

[Hook]
J’ai trouvé ehhh
J’ai trouvé
(Tu l’as trouvé, oui j’ai compris)
J’ai trouvé ehhh
J’ai trouvé

[Flav]
M’konnen’l pa fasil alekile
Pou’w jwenn yon moun ki renmen ou
Yon soulye ki bon pou ou

[Tina]
J’étais folle de rage
J’ai tourné ta page
Une autre phrase d’amour me rend sage
Mon cœur n’est plus en otage

[Hook]
J’ai trouvé ehhh
J’ai trouvé
(Oui j'ai trouvé, oh oui ou trouve'l)
J’ai trouvé ehhh
J’ai trouvé

[Flav]
M’konnen’l pa fasil alekile
Pou’w jwenn yon moun ki renmen ou
Yon soulye ki bon pou ou

[Tina]
J’étais folle de rage
J’ai tourné ta page
Une autre phrase d’amour me rend sage
Mon cœur n’est plus en otage

I'm happy for you
For you, for you, for you baby

Oh oh oh oh oh
Happy for you baby, aujourd'hui je l’ai trouvé
Oh, Oh oh oh oh oh
Baby non
Oh oh oh oh oh
Non non

[Chorus]
I'm happy for you
(Happy for you)
I'm happy for you
(Baby girl I’m happy for you, yeah)
I'm happy for you
(Happy for you babe, happy for you babe)
I'm happy for you
(Malgre mwen pèdi’w cheri)
I'm happy for you




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