M'anvi Goute'w • Roody Roodboy

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Genre: Reggae
Year: 2018

[Intro]
M’anvi goute’w
Ban’m goute’w
M’anvi goute’w
Ban’m goute’w

[Hook]
I want you so bad
M’anvi wè’w san rad girl
M’anvi bobo’w
M’anvi mòde’w
Touche’w, pou’m devore’w
Bere’w ak lang mwen

[Verse 1]
M’anvi fè’w jemi
M’anvi fè’w rejwi
M’anvi fè’w bliye kote’w ye a
M’anvi’w fè’m bwè tout dlo kokoye a
M’anvi fè’w swe
M’anvi’w fè’m bouke
M’anvi’w fè’m dous, bebi m’anvi love
M’anvi’w bwè nestle’m
M’anvi bwè lèt ou
Karese’w nan zòtèy jouk tan m’rive nan tèt ou

[Chorus]
Ayy Ayy Ayy Ayy
M’anvi goute’w bebe (Ban’m goute’w)
Ban’m goute’w bebe (Ban’m goute’w)
M’anvi goute’w bebe (Ban’m goute’w)
Ban’m goute’w bebe

[Verse 2]
Mwen anvi manje chiklèt ou
Pandan w’ap souse piwouli’m
M’anvi’w pran’m pou bisiklèt ou
Pou’w ap pedale’m epi wouli’m
M’anvi wè’w k’ap lage degidon
M’anvi wè’w tounen ti bebe pou’w ap tete nan bibon’m
M’anvi’w kale je’w nan je’m pandan m’ap detache bouton rad yo
Le’w kenbe antenn mwen pandan m’ape vire bouton radyo’w
M’varye, m’anvi fou, m’anvi loco
M’anvi pou n’ap fè lòbèy, pou’n filme, fè ti foto
M’anvi pran sant ou, sere’w nan bra’m, m’anvi koke’w
Men’m si lestomak mwen papita m’anvi pote’w bebi

[Chorus]
Ayy Ayy Ayy Ayy
M’anvi goute’w bebe (Ban’m goute’w)
Ban’m goute’w bebe (Ban’m goute’w)
M’anvi goute’w bebe (Ban’m goute’w)
Ban’m goute’w bebe

[Verse 3]
M’anvi fè ti bo a (bo a)
Sou po’w fè ti koka (koka)
M’anvi tòtòt ou tankou mango fransik
M’anvi prije’w epi bwè’w san dlo san sik
M’anvi kapote’w, monte sou ou galope’w
M’anvi fè’w pase anlè, pi m’anvi pilote’w
M’anvi gagari ak ti dlo’k nan kanari’w
Lè kòk mwen chante kokoriko pou kanari’w
M’anvi download ou bebi paske m’chaje megabyte
M’anvi’w depoze tèt ou sou kè’m pou’w tande jan ke l’ap bat
Rete cool, fè kò’w fè chair de poule
Men’m sa’w pata imajine a m’anvi pran gou’l
F’è’w rele

[Chorus]
Ayy Ayy Ayy Ayy
M’anvi goute’w bebe (Ban’m goute’w)
Ban’m goute’w bebe (Ban’m goute’w)
M’anvi goute’w bebe (Ban’m goute’w)
Ban’m goute’w bebe




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