Limen Brikè [Kanaval 2018] • T-Vice

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Genre: Kanaval
Year: 2018

Mèt beton an lage

Kisa pou n fè ankò
Valè bagay nou fè
Gen sa k pa janm dakò
Pèp la wè yo antò
Yo pito fè konplo tan pou yo bat bravo

Sak avè m
Ann ale batay la kòmanse
Tout solda rasanble
Kenbe fè m
Oh non pa lage
Nou subi twòp abi mwen di fòk sa fini
Pa bezwen fache ban mwen sa m merite

Nikiya nikiya nikiya (2x)

Ayiti chaje pwoblèm Ayiti chaje devèn
Siklòn Mathieu – move pa pote n ale
Siklòn Jòj pase
Siklòn Jeanne pase
Men Irma pase

Ki van n bezwen – van libète
Ki van – egalite
Ki van – fratènite
Se sou channmas depi van sa rive

Vire yo vire yo – mayo
Vire yo vire yo – kepi
Vire yo vire yo – chemiz
Vire yo vire yo
Vire yo vire yo (2x)

Toto pi rèd

Wach se wach – nan dada koripsyon
Wash se wach - nan dada lamizè
Wach se wach – nan dada vole

E ou menm ti lepè
Panse m te bliye
Sak te fè aktualite a
Sak te fè pawòl anpil la

Chaje malfèktè kap fè move aksyon
Toujou mache ak brikè w prekosyon pa kapon
Si w nan sitiyasyon ou pa konn sa pou w fè
Ale mande Rambo la baw tout solisyon

Tout fanatik T-Vice (3x)
Rale brikè n
Rale rale brikè nou
Rale pou n boule minòt yo

Nap rale brikè n, n ap boule minòt yo – baw (2x)
Boule yo (4x)

Woy kite l tou limen (4x)

Lè Bondye di wi, lèzòm pa ka di non
Beton an se pou nou, se pou nou, se pou nou
Aksepte l

Rele anmwey (3x)

Men twonbòn original la
Vice2k tonton, chante

Si n vle lòt nasyon respekte n
Fò n ka kòmanse viv nan linite
Chanjman ta dwe priyorite n
Pou grann pwisans yo sispann kritike n

Ede m chante - wo
Ede m rele - ah
Pèp la ap mande – oh
Kot Ayiti prale – ah

Ansan m ann chante – oh
Pou n fè yo tande n – ah
An nou pran konsyans – oh
Pou Ayiti vanse – ah

Ou tap mande pou bagay
Men bagay (3x)

Devan Roro kap grate li
Li pran poz lap fè cho
Devan Roro kap grate li
Poutan se anba l ki cho
Devan Roro kap grate li
Sa n pral fè avè l
Mennen l nan famasi
Pote pomad (7x)

Mezanmi sa l di la ?
« Nou fèt pou nou met tèt nou ansanm uni nou antan ke frères et sœurs dans le futur pou y opa fè typ de frekantasyon sa avèk nou«

Se pa frekantasyon se frekansite, enbesil

Ayiti chaje pwoblèm Ayiti chaje devèn
Siklòn Mathieu – move pa pote n ale
Siklòn Jòj pase
Siklòn Jeanne pase
Men Irma pase

Ki van n bezwen – van libète
Ki van – egalite
Ki van – fratènite
Se sou channmas depi van sa rive

Vire yo vire yo – mayo
Vire yo vire yo – kepi
Vire yo vire yo – chemiz
Vire yo vire yo
Vire yo vire yo

Toto pi rèd

Wach se wach
Wach se wach

M pral poze w kesyon kite m poze w kesyon
T-Vice avèk Djakout sa w pi pito – T-Vice
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