Men Fou Yo • G-Shytt

ADDED BY DIDIER (NOV 29, 2018 AT 6:10 PM) 195 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2018

[Intro]
PIPO BEAT

[Chorus]
Yo di humain yo extraliser
Tout moun bezwen konn jan pou neutraliser
Tout ti blessure yo deja sikatrizer
Tout moun ki fou yo deja cicatriser

Men fou yo men fou yo
Men bon jan fou yo
Fou pa volè fou yo pap janm ka fou
Men fou kap fè maji nan 4 kafou yo
Men fou fè gran pakou nan gran lakou yo
Men fou yo

[Verse 1]
Yeah they, say yeah they say ke nou fou
Men no body ka vin sneaching antre nou ou
Nou gen mind nou gen kwnoledge et nou gou ou
Publik la si nou fou se pou nou ou

Pase ti zanmi n yo male
Pase ti zanmi n yo male
Defwa m konn soti bo pale

Ane sa mpa vini poum pale
Trofe m mwen vini poum rale
Dada m mwen vini poum kale

Vire game lan tet anba
Msou tracker kes anba
Fanmi maap fou mfe sanblan

Nan game nan mtres standard
G-Shyt gonw effet sonard
Pipo Beat banm 12 bar

[Chorus]

Nan mind kèk grèn yo dim fou
Lem we map fè gran pakou
G-Shyt fè on hit Vodou
Nou toujou vole nan foul
Se nou kap chil se nou kap fel
Tout fanm yo se nou yo vle
Nap bay plezi msonw krezi
Tout timoun se nou yo vle
Tout fan yo konnen mwen fou
Dim renmen voye nan foul
Fanm dammarie voye mwen cool
Hip hop mwen voye mwen cool
Iya iya hip hop ki voye mwen cool
Cash sou cash map bien chill
Trop sou track map bien kill
Kat sou tab bol anpil
Pa nan vin pale anpil
Lekol la pa neglije
Timoun yo pa repouse
La jeunesse la pa repliye
Jeunes yo bezwen ankadreman
Iya iya
Jeunes yo bezwen ankadreman

[Chorus]

[Verse 3]
Tout sa wap fè hit men se pain baget
Men lem nan baz lobey mpap still fè maket
Sak pa vle admet pa vle fè paket
Fanatik renmen we lem ap fè chadek
Mfe jenny fel avec christine
Mvole nan foul tankou piscine
Mpouse lafimen tankou izin
G-Shyt yeah big team

Pou san fè deja nigga you know
Moute national tankou google
Tout peyi a woule tankou jumbo
Nou se denye gout la so nou vin ranvese on doum dlo
4 7 banm on pip
4 7 banm on fit
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