Aveugle • Dezod

ADDED BY DIDIER (SEP 8, 2018 AT 2:36 PM) 691 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Year: 2018
Featuring: J-Beatz
Produced by: Powersurge

[Intro]
Hmm are you ready ready ready
Powersurge

[Hook]
Fèmen - De je m fèmen (3x)
De je m fèmen
Cheri m avèg san lanmou sa

[Verse 1]
Ansanm depi lontan
Se ou k fè kè m kontat
Ou nan mind mwen chak jou
Ou fè m tonbe damou
I don’t think I could live
If you’re not here with me
You’re the lighter to my fire

[Verse 2]
Mwen pa vle pèdi tan
This love it weighs a ton
Ki pa bon yeah
Se sèl ou menm ki medikaman m oh yea
When I close my eyes ou devan m
Now I know you’re the one
Cheri m ap kite de je m fèmen

[Chorus]

[J-Beatz]
Manman m pale m papa m pale m
Yo di m ke w ap itilize m
Zanmi m pale m fanmi m pale m
Anverite I don’t care I don’t give a damn
Yo met pale de fanm mwen jan yo vle I don’t give a damn

Cheri depi m avè w m tonnen yon je pete klere
Lanmou mwen gen pou ou fè m tounen yon je pete klere
Anverite cheri m tonnen yon
Je pete klere (3x)
Depi J-Beatz damou li se yon je pete klere
Lanmou mwen gen pou ou fè m tounen yon je pete klere
Yo di lè on nèg damou li se
Je pete klere (3x)

[Chorus]

[Keyboard Solo]
Manman m pa tande m pa wè
Dezòd, kite l ale
Cheri demare je m ban m bon jòch
Menaj a twa sa se Dezod, men konpa
BFG brin git back
Powersurge
Dezod, J-beats se nou menm
Team Invasion

M pa wè m pa tande anyen
Cheri m pa wè san ou
M pa wè m pa tande anyen
Lanmou sa fè mwen fou
M pa wè m pa tande anyen
Cheri mwen ajenou
M pa wè m pa tande anyen

Cheri ou – fè m pèdi tèt mwen
Cheri ou – fè m pèdi sans mwen
Cheri ou – fè m pèdi souf mwen
Cheri ou – fè m pèdi nanm mwen

[J-Beatz]
Cheri depi m avè w m tonnen yon je pete klere
Lanmou mwen gen pou ou fè m tounen yon je pete klere
Anverite cheri m tonnen yon
Je pete klere (3x)
Depi J-Beatz damou li se yon je pete klere
Lanmou mwen gen pou ou fè m tounen yon je pete klere
Yo di lè on nèg damou li se
Je pete klere (3x)

[Chorus]




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