Because I Miss You • J-Beatz

ADDED BY DIDIER (JAN 7, 2019 AT 8:07 PM) 1,809 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Year: 2019
Produced by: J-Beatz
Lyrics by: J-Beatz

[Verse]
Ou bay mwatye nan vi w pou w ede malad geri
Ou sakrifye plezi pou fè lòt moun rejwi
Anpil lonè merit misyon byen akonpli
Bondye te voye w kounya l rele w

[Pre-Hook]
Kè m sere
M konn ap panse dlo ap koule
Kè m sere
Avèk bonte w e kalite w
Kè m sere
Yon anj de Dieu pou mwen w te ye
Kè m sere
Bon pa dire se verite

[Hook]
M pa konn sa wap regle nan syèl la
Bò kot papa Bondye nan syèl la
M swete ti van kap soufle la
Te ka fè koute melodi sa
Si m ta g on chans rewè w fas a fas
Menm si se ta pou yon dènye fwa
Pou mwen ta touche w yon lòt fwa
Pou m di w lavi m pi difisil sans toi

[Verse]
Soufrans sa pap pi di
Men nou konprann lavi
Soti w soti w nan vi nou tout sa k nan mwen febli
Pafwa lè m al dòmi nan rèv mwen wap souri
Bondye mete li retire, amèn

[Pre-Hook]

[Hook]

Because I miss you love you – miss you
Because I miss you love you – love you
Because I miss you love you – miss you
Because I miss you miss you, miss you love you

[Rap]
Depi ou ale a kay la tèt anba
Si w pat banm fòs avèk kouraj menm mwen m te ka nan bar
Sak rete nan memwa m de ou is your smile
Sak soulaje m nan m konnen se pa goodbye
Bondye bay bondye pran m pa ka fè anyen ak sa
Chak jou m leve m kriye priye l matin midi e swa
M konnen on jou kanmenm m ap vin kote w ye a
M ap byen kontan lè w fè m fè konesans ak God la

[Verse]
Si se nan paradi wale fò n kwaze
Li mèt nenpòt kote ou ye, fò n rekwaze
Si se ant papa bondye ou ye, fò n kwaze
Menm si se nan lanfè ou ye, m ap vin chèche w

[Outro]
Mwen dedye mizik sa ak yon moun ki pèdi yon moun trè chè ak li
Li kapab yon madanm, yon kouzen, yon kouzine
Yon fanmi, yon zanmi
Se pa goodbye n ap rekwaze




BIOGRAPHY
  • Jbeatz, Jean Robert, originally from Arcahaie; Jbeatz is a prolific artist, Music Producer, Musician, Recording Engineer. These are some of the myriad of hats Jbeatz has been wearing. In the short span of a decade, Jbeatz has masterminded an astonishing number of mega hits in the Haitian/American Music Industry. Jbeatz created a name for himself by producing and mixing countless albums for a variety of artists, including Alan Cave, Black Dada, Carimi, Casley, Kenny Des, Oswald, Top Alderman, Young Rich, and upcoming artist Jerome Baker. He has also worked on numerous projects with some of the best record labels such as Vagabond Records and Strictly the Best Records. Even more impressive, Jbeatz has earned the reputation as "The King of Remixes" from De Mwen We to Sa Pa Pou Dat.
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