Bat Bravo Pou Yo [Kanaval 2018] • Olivier Martelly

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Genre: Kanaval
Year: 2018
Produced by: Olivier Martelly
Lyrics by: Olivier Martelly

Chak sa m fè yo mande m pou m fè plis
Oh wi Big O that Big O this
Mwen gen yon rèv pou m chanje yon peyi
Anatandan pou kò m m ap fon hit nan figi yo

Gen yon pawòl kap pale Big O se li k Plezikanaval la
Gen yon pawòl kap pale Big O gen plas li nan kanaval la
Gen sak la pou jije, pap janm felisite
Sila kap mete may pou yo fè yon bagay

Nou pran rezo sosio pou di moun tout vye mo
Nou nan salon lakay chita fè tripotay
Menm lè m fè sak bon nou soti pou n blo m
Woy ann aprann bat bravo

Men dwat anlè men goch anlè
Frape men nou – pla pla
Frape men nou – pla pla
(2x)

Alo getho m yo chofè moto m yo
Ti machan mwen yo
Anpil respè pou nou
Pou nèg lari m yo, elev lekòl yo
Mete demen n anlè pou n bat bravo pou yo

Kite yanlè kite yanlè – bat bravo pou yo
Kite kite de men n anlè - Bat bravo pou yo
(2x)

Alo etidyan, alo komèsan
Alo peyizan
Anpil respè pou nou
Sak renmen devlopman k ap travay pou chanjman
Mete de men n anlè ann bat bravo pou yo

Kite yanlè kite yanlè – bat bravo pou yo
Kite kite de men n anlè - Bat bravo pou yo
(2x)

Leve mayo n anlè – konsa
Mete mouchwa n anlè – konsa
Souke yo souke yo – souke (2x)
Souke
Wey

Alo Le Francais, yo sezi

Pipi nan lari – non
Leve men sou fanm – non
Bay manti sou moun – non
Sa pa ladan l sa pa ladan l
Ensekirite – non
Polisye kap tonbe – non
Moun kap kraze brize
Sa pa ladan l sa pa ladan l

Alo Sogener
Tropic SA
Bongu
Tirezone eske nou dako

Haiti jan l dwe ye
Bon lekòl travay la sante
Fòk nou tout pote kole
Pou n met Ayiti sou wout chanjman
Alo prezidan, alo lapolis
Alo paleman anpil respè pou nou
Pou tout DJ mwen yo animatè mwen yo
Mete de men n anlè ann bat bravo pou yo

Kite yanlè kite yanlè – bat bravo pou yo
Kite kite de men n anlè
Bat bravo pou yo
(2x)

Se pase mwen tap pase mwen pat vini pou m rete
Peyi a pran chante Big O fèl ankò pou nou

Retire mayo – konsa
Retire mouchwa – konsa
Leve drapo n anlè – konsa
Big O fè l ankò pou nou
Retire kepi – konsa
Retire mayo – konsa
Souke tchatcha anlè – konsa
Big O fè l ankò pou nou

Vire yo vire yo – vire
Big O fè l ankò pou nou

W al kache pou w bat bravo




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