Remise à Ses Parents • Wanito

ADDED BY DIDIER (SEP 5, 2018 AT 11:26 PM) 1,059 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Other
Year: 2018
Featuring: Rutshelle Guillaume
Produced by: Manno Beats
Lyrics by: Wanito

Kiyes sa
Madan Pierre se Wanito
Men pouki tout frape sa m ap vini

Madan Pierre mwen vin kote w
G on bagay pou m eksplike w
Pa gen anyen m ap pèdi w
Si m rete ak pitit fi w
Mwen renmen l anpil
M pa vle gaspiye vi l
W wè si l pa rete trankil
M ap voye l tounen ba ou paske
Nan kay la l neglije l
Tout lajounen lap babye tirepye pou l agase m
Se sou zin l kanpe
Chak jou li nan on rakochay tripotay ak vwazinaj
Lap kase ti rezen
Padan rad sal anpile nan on kwen vre
Li pran m pou malandren
Pandan m ap redi pou m fè degouden vre
M pat kase ti rezen
Chak fwa nap dòmi li pouse m nan on kwen vre
Li pran m pou maladren oh

Oh remise à ses parents
M pap pran sa nan men w non
Oh remise à ses parents
M pap pran sa nan men w non
Se ou ki te leve l
Se ou k pou korije l
Oh remise à ses parents
Opa opa opa kamarad opa
Oh remise à ses parents

Jan timoun janm te wè nap byen viv jan nou te kòmanse byen
Bon Rutshelle sa Wanito ap di a se vre ?

Granmanman pa okipe l pawòl li pa verite
Se tafya kap konseye l m pa janm kot kòb li pase
Lap antre byen ta li pa bay kòb lap leve kouvrepla
Bafle sa l jwenn sou tab la
Epi pran vye gita tonbe fè bri nan kay la
Nan zòn nan m san respè paske chak jou l sou fè gè
Lespri mwen pa janm anpè
Mwen te nan erè
Si m ret avè l m ap fè kè genlè m ap mete l atè
Bagay sa twòp pou mwen
Kounya se manman m wap pot plent pou mwen
W deja pa trete m byen
Apre sa se mwen wap bay chay pote vre
Bagay sa twòp pou mwen
Lè w santi koutba pa kouri pran devan vre
Sispann akize mwen eh eh


Bon kiyes pou m kwè la youn ap akize lòt. M pa konn kiyès ki gen rezon kiyès ki gen tò. Pouki nou pa eseye antann nou mezanmi. Heyhey gadon pwoblèm.

Menm on ti afeksyon l pa ka banm
Twazè di maten dòmi pa ka pran m
Genlè pito nou chak gen yon chanm
Paske mwen santi m ap gaspiye tan m
Epi sou mwen l ap planifye pou l vann kay la
Chans pou mwen m gen on zanmi m ki avoka
Mwen di l poze, oh bondye tande on koze

Se pa tout tan ou vle pou m sou san m
Matin midi swa w vle met gòl nan kan m
Genlè pito nou chak gen yon chanm
Paske m santi wap souse tout sanm
Epi moun ki di w mwen bezwen vann kay la
Se yo k maton k ap kraze fwaye sa
De grenn blòk nou redi poze
Pa sèl ou k te depanse

Remise a ses parents
Manno Beats
Remise a ses parents

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