Djoko • Joé Dwèt Filé

ADDED BY GEN11 (APR 15, 2019 AT 5:22 PM) 717 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Other
Album: A Deux
Year: 2019
Produced by: Joe Gilles
Lyrics by: Joé Dwèt Filé

Humm, Yé-Yo
On la connait, et partout elle montre son dos
Quand elle snap, tu vois jamais y'a qui dans l'auto

Elle a une manière de se pencher sur ses photos
Va la péter, c'est minimum un Sirocco

Madame travaille pas mais, elle est dans tout les tel-hô
Si elle s'pavane (ouais ouais), c'est dans le plus gros Merco
Madame travaille pas mais, elle est dans tout les tel-hô
Si elle s'pavane (ouais ouais), c'est dans le plus gros Merco

Elle est Doko, Doko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)
Djoko, Djoko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)
Djoko, Djoko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)
Djoko, Djoko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)

Connu par tous les raclos, donc elle veut l'anonymat
Elle choisira quel raclo l'emmènera au Costa Rica
Et pourtant elle a son djo, mais ça ne lui suffit pas
Elle les a mise tous K.O, le body d'une latina

Madame travaille pas mais, elle est dans tout les tel-hô
Si elle s'pavane (ouais ouais), c'est dans le plus gros Merco
Madame travaille pas mais, elle est dans tout les tel-hô
Si elle s'pavane (ouais ouais), c'est dans le plus gros Merco

Elle est Doko, Doko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)
Djoko, Djoko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)
Djoko, Djoko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)
Djoko, Djoko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)

Elle est accotée, il est à coté
Elle s'est préparée, pour lui voler sa CB
Elle est accotée, il est à coté
Tout est calculé, faut lui voler sa CB

Elle est Doko, Doko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)
Djoko, Djoko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)
Djoko, Djoko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)
Djoko, Djoko (Oui)
Djoko, Djoko (Ah éh)

Elle est accotée, il est à coté
Elle s'est préparée, pour lui voler sa CB
Elle est accotée, il est à coté
Tout est calculé, pour lui voler sa CB




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