Doudou An Mwen • Dj Jackson

ADDED BY LILPETER3 (APR 21, 2019 AT 9:31 AM) 3,797 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Zouk
Year: 2019
Featuring: Rutshelle Guillaume & Anthony Drew

[Intro]
Oh oh Jackson Rutshelle
Antonny
Oh oh (6X)

[Rutshelle]
Kè'm sote chak fwa mwen tande'w pale
Fè san'm mache, fè lespri mwen vwayaje
Kote'w te ye, ou se tout sa'm t'ap chèche
Si'w ka li nan panse'm wa wè ke mwen damou

[Chorus]
Doudou love mwen (Santiman'm pap chanje)
Doudou love mwen (M'ka ba'w tout sa ou vle)
Doudou love mwen (Pi bèl rèv ke mwen genyen)
Doudou love mwen (Mwen kontan ke nou renmen)
Oh oh, oh oh, oh oh, oh oh

[Antonny]
Oui mwen vlé, séré-w toultan
Pou vwè lanmou an didan zyé aw
Oui mwen vlé, pran tan pou tann’, tempo a kè aw
Sa pran lontan, twòp tan, pou ke vou é mwen vin’ emé
Lanmou nou pa mò, li pli fò, pou léternité

[Chorus]
Doudou love mwen (Santiman'm pap chanje)
Doudou love mwen (M'dakò pou sa ou vle a)
Doudou love mwen
(Pi bèl rèv ke mwen genyen Mwen kontan tout bon vre nou renmen)

[Hook]
Ou se mwatye'm, ou se tout vi'm (Ou tankou san'k koule anndan'm)
Se bèl avni'm, pi bon zanmi'm (Se pa aza ki fè'n ansanm)

Ou konn saa (oh oh)
Mwen vle ou antann saa (oh oh oh)
Se pi bèl chwa (oh oh)
Ou savé pani lavi san-w

[Hook]
Ou se mwatye'm, ou se tout vi'm (Ou tankou san'k koule anndan'm)
Se bèl avni'm, pi bon zanmi'm (Se pa aza ki fè'n ansanm)

[Rutshelle & Antonny]
Mwen vle'w konprann sa (oh oh)
Mwen vle'w konnen sa (oh oh oh)
Se pi bèl chwa (oh oh)
M'ap dil a haute voix

[Hook 2]
Doudou an mwen (doudou, doudou)
Doudou an mwen (doudou, doudou)
Doudou an mwen (doudou, doudou)
Doudou an mwen (doudou, doudou)

[Hook 2]

Ou se... (doudou, doudou)

Ou se...




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