Solo • Oswald

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Genre: Konpa
Year: 2018

[Verse 1]
Je n’la connaissais pas en vrai à part sur les réseaux
Je n’envoyais pas de message
Pour ne pas faire comme les autres
Un croisement de regard je vois qu’elle me sourit
On voit une perle comme elle et on devient parano
Celle-là, toujours dans son coin
Celle qui ne fait rien, pour moi c’est la plus belle là
Elle voit qu’elle me plait
C’est là qu’elle commence à faire son cinéma
J’ai passé mon temps à faire comme si je n’la voyais pas
Et là elle s’en va

[Chorus]
J’n’ai pas pris son numéro
Je finirai solo
J’ai perdu mon temps à m’poser des questions
Je suis parano
J’n’ai pas pris son numéro
Je finirai solo
J’ai perdu mon temps à m’poser des questions
Je suis parano
J’suis parano

[Verse 2]
Débat sensuel c’est tout ce que j’aime
Tu sors le grand jeu, oui c’est ça que j’aime
Je n’arrive pas à résister à l’appel de tes formes
A l’appel de tes lèvres
Jan’l tap gade’m jan m’tap gade’l
Ka bal ide sa’k nan lide’m
Nan pèdi tan kounyea l’ale

[Chorus]
J’n’ai pas pris son numéro
Je finirai solo
J’ai perdu mon temps à m’poser des questions
Je suis parano
J’n’ai pas pris son numéro
Je finirai solo
J’ai perdu mon temps à m’poser des questions
Je suis parano
J’suis parano

Cheri m’anvi kenbe’w

Yo pap konprann non
Epi kiyes sa
Oswald

[Bridge]
(Mwen kite’l ale)
Mwen pèdi tan’m men kounyea m’kite’l ale
(Mwen kite’l ale)
Si mwen t’al f’on pale avè’l li te ka rete
(Mwen kite’l ale)
Pou jan mwen te anvi pou’n fè yon ti ploge
(Mwen kite’l ale)
M’kite’l, mwen kite'l ale, m’kite’l
(Mwen kite’l ale)

Men kompa

[Chorus]
J’n’ai pas pris son numéro
Je finirai solo
J’ai perdu mon temps à m’poser des questions
Je suis parano
J’n’ai pas pris son numéro
Je finirai solo
J’ai perdu mon temps à m’poser des questions
Je suis parano
Parano
J’suis parano




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