Bou • H-MAN DAMAN

ADDED BY GEN11 (AUG 2, 2018 AT 10:37 AM) 202 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2018
Lyrics by: H-MAN DAMAN

[Refren]
M plen bou (en en) (men zen)
M shaje bou (en en)
Oui m gen pil bou (en en) (ou bezwen)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en)

M plen bou (en en)
M shaje bou (en en) (men zen)
Oui m gen pil bou (en en) (ou bezwen)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en)

M plen bou (bou)
M shaje bou (bou) (men zen)
Oui m gen pil bou (bou) (ou bezwen)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en) (ok)

M plen bou (en en)
M shaje bou (en en)
Oui m gen pil bou (en en)(o)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en en)

[Vès 1]
Bou bo kote m kapòt proteje m
Kontrole m ki mele m pa nève m pa chache m
Fanm ou nan foul la chache l ou trouve l mèt pale l
L àp di w pa deranje l li goute m pa ka kite m fò l jere l
E asire l pou lè l anvi repase pye l
1/2/3/4 pàt bàk shàt pàwpàw
Detwa bèl tàp bon gouyiàd byen mouye
Fè l kriye fè l rele fè l site nonm fè l bliye non l
69 fè l pèdi tèt li
L renmen janm domine l
M son mèt li pa mande rete l renmen m son daddy (yeee)
Ella Le gusta como le doy es dame dame papi
En dous en sho (wouy)
Sho i sho i sho i sho
Sho sho nèt gad on fèt

Refren
M plen bou (en en) (men zen)
M shaje bou (en en)
Oui m gen pil bou (en en) (ou bezwen)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en)

M plen bou (en en)
M shaje bou (en en) (men zen)
Oui m gen pil bou (en en) (ou bezwen)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en)

M plen bou (bou)
M shaje bou (bou) (men zen)
Oui m gen pil bou (bou) (ou bezwen)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en) (ok)

M plen bou (en en)
M shaje bou (en en)
Oui m gen pil bou (en en)(o)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en en)

[Vès 2]
Santi bon koute chè pa gen lajan ou pap jwen on mant
Fanm k avè w la àp bwase pou mwen
Fon poze pa gen tèt cho
Pandan w àp pale de saaa m gentan ak yon lòt
Jan m poze jan m vire fè fanm vibre (en en)
San fouchèt ni kouto yo renmen jan m fè yo manje kòk
Pla konplè san zanyion
M renmen jan yo ban m pitit bèf
Le petit (mouuu) Le petit (mouuu)
Le petit (mouuu) le petit (mouuuuuu)
God damn alooo mr mike ban m ranfò
Impass life pàp pa la
Konnen nou son bann papa chacha
Fè lajan vire chak swa
Tankou bon an trap mwen gen bon sant
Tande piti ou trò cho
Sa k nan menw lan m bà l matlòt
Fòk ou tande
Pou pa pran zòk
Se pa presyion
Aaa brèf (plaplaaa)

[Refren]
M plen bou (en en) (men zen)
M shaje bou (en en)
Oui m gen pil bou (en en) (ou bezwen)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en)

M plen bou (en en)
M shaje bou (en en) (men zen)
Oui m gen pil bou (en en) (ou bezwen)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en)

M plen bou (bou)
M shaje bou (bou) (men zen)
Oui m gen pil bou (bou) (ou bezwen)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en) (ok)

M plen bou (en en)
M shaje bou (en en)
Oui m gen pil bou (en en) (o)
M pa gen problèm bou (en en en)

[Soti]
H-MAN DAMAN pa gen tan pou l veye madanm ou veye l pou kòw frè
H-MAN yeah!!! yeah! yeah!
H-MAN DAMAN




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