Telefòn Ki Gen Moun • Disip


Genre: Konpa
Year: 2018

[Verse 1]
Nan ton lontan nou te konn wè moun te sousye de moun
Nou te konn wè de zanmi viv tankou fanmi
Kounya sa k fè aktyalite se on kesyon de telefòn
Ki la koz fwaye kraze, zanmi fanmi divize
Lòt jou mwen rankontre on zanmi ki tape kriye
Lè mwen mande l sak pase ki sa k pa mache
Lè sa li tonbe rakonte m soufrans lap andire
Ak mennaj li ki pa ba l tan nan telefòn tout tan


[Verse 2]
M konnen ke telefòn bon pou itilize
Men sèjousi li vin tounen yon obsesyon
Yon jou cheri a deside pou l konnen sa kap pase
Se nan fouye li dekouvri l nan senkyèm pozisyon

Adye wo, oh lord
Ti van w pa wè a se li ki pral deranje w

Atansyon, disip

Ou lala lala lala, konpa

Nou se disip

Pouki se telefòn nan moman ou bay tout priyorite n
Pouki n pa eseye pou n wè si na sove fwaye n

[Verse 3]
Kounya sa tèlman vin dejenere Lèzòm bliye si yo ekziste
Moun nan chita bò kote w li pa gen tan pou li okipe w
Telefòn li k okipasyon l Li pa janm ba ou atansyon
Telefòn fè youn bliye lòt Konn arive fè yonn touye lòt


Oh papa bondye pa kite n zonbifye
Telefòn mete nou tèt atè
Moun nan konn di w lap trepase
Olye w ede l ou pito filme l
Telefòn rann nou iresponsab
Li fè n bliye priyorite n
Telefòn okipe lespri n
Li menm fè n neglije fanmi n

Si w bezwen fè tout maladi al checke telefòn moun ou
Ki maladi konsa?
Kriz kadyak, tet fè mal san rete – evre?
Tansyon, kè sote san kanpe – hm hm
La tranblad, dayèt san fòse

Les Antilles, Paris, nou se Disip

Koze k nan telefòn sa m pa sa pale
Sa m wè nan telefòn sa mwen pran tranble

New York City, Boston kriye
Se telefòn ki gen moun
Pa gen moun ki gen moun


Se telefòn ki gen moun – Miami Montreal rele
Pa gen moun ki gen moun
Se telefòn ki gen moun – bagay sa pa senp non
Pa gen moun ki gen moun

Moun nan kouche bò kote w li ba w do epi telefòn li nan men l
S on ti bwat sekrè

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