Poukisa • K-Dans

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Genre: Konpa
Album: Lanmou Marem
Year: 2017

[Verse]
Yèswa m'rele'w nan telefònn
Ou di'm cheri mwen santi'm dwòl
Rete m'rete tèt mwen ap vire m'paka kanpe
Tanpri kite'm ale f'on ti lonje
Mwen di'w cherie ne t'en fais pas
San mwen pa imajine
Ke a minuit yo pral rele'm
Pou yo di'm mennaj mwen mouri nan aksidan

[Verse]
Ouhhh sa fè'm mal
Pou'm dekouvri'w t'ap ban'm manti
Pou'w al pran plezi avèk zanmi
Gade kijan'w mouri
Ooooh sa fè'm mal
Lè mwen chita m'ap reflechi
Pou jan'w te finn pale avè'm
Gade ou brize kè'm.
Ouhhh sa fè'm mal

[Chorus]
Poukisa'w te ban'm manti
Pou'w te soti ak zanmi
Gade jodia'w pati
Oooh ooohh
(Kè mwen anestezi oh, oh)
Poukisa'w te ban'm manti
Pou'w te soti ak zanmi
Gade jodia'w pati
Oooh ooohh

[Verse]
Ouhhh sa fè'm mal
Pou jodia mwen pral dòmi
M'pa tande vwa'w k'ap di'm papi
E mwen k'ap di'w bonne nuit
Ooooh sa fè'm mal
M'pa gen le chwa fò'm aksepte'l
Menm lè m'pap janm finn dijere'l
Men s'on reyalite
Ouhhh sa fè'm mal

[Chorus]
Poukisa'w te ban'm manti
Pou'w te soti ak zanmi
Gade jodia'w pati!
(Tout kè mwen anestezi baby)
Poukisa'w te ban'm manti
Pou'w te soti ak zanmi
(Tout rès vi mwen aneyanti)
Gade jodia'w pati

[Hook]
Pouki'w te nan manti avè mwen, poukisa?
(Pouki'w te fè'm sa doudou?)
Pouki'w te nan manti avè mwen, poukisa?
Pouki'w te nan manti avè mwen, poukisa?

[Bridge]
Nouvèl la tonbe kè'm rete, tan ralanti
Lè mwen wè zanmi'w mwen oblije pati kouri
M'ape mande'm lè yo souri avè'm eske yo pa konn afè'm
Ouhhh m'ap mande Bondye chans
Menm nan dòmi pou'w vinn pale avè'm
Pou'w ka explike mwen
Poukisa ou te ban mwen manti

[Hook]
Poukiw te nan manti avè mwen, poukisa?
Poukiw te nan manti avè mwen, poukisa?
Poukiw te nan manti avè mwen, poukisa?

[Verse]
Ouhhh sa fè'm mal
Pou'm dekouvri'w t'ap ban'm manti
Pou'w al pran plezi avèk zanmi
Gade kijan'w mouri
Ooooh sa fè'm mal

[Chorus]
Poukisa'w te ban'm manti
Pou'w te soti ak zanmi
Gade jodia'w pati!
(Tout kè mwen anestezi baby)
Poukisa'w te ban'm manti
Pou'w te soti ak zanmi
(Tout rès vi mwen aneyanti)
Gade jodia'w pati




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