Bèl Ti Fanm Okay • Nicolas

ADDED BY JEFFMADISON (MAY 12, 2019 AT 8:32 PM) 78 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2019
Produced by: Mastagrad Records
Lyrics by: Frazix Lyrics Videos

MAnzè soti okay
Bel ti fanm ti koulè karamel
Yon bel pwodi lokal
Son ti famm de fanmi
On ti lezanj fow pa pwanl pou doda
E lel souri m gen fison nan tout kom
Se komsi’l pwanm an notaj
Tikem bat fo m paka kontronle
Sonje m diw bb eske se mwen ki pou diw jan mwen love
Jan m damou ooo
Pa santim byen chak fwa m wew bouch mwen
Tounen on riso
M vle konnen si son opsetion
Osinon kem fragil ooo
Pase tout vim ap veyel pou katye a ret deyem

Bel ti moun bel ti lezanj
Li pa gen defo
Son ti fanm okay
Li konn tout sal vo tout sal vo
Lap voye w balade siw ta salop
Bel ti moun bel ti lezanj
Li pa gen defo
Son ti fanm okay
Li konn tout sal vo tout sal vo
Sou li neg pap ka vinn leve zogo

Nicolas timid jouman pa konn bel
Santim mare poum rakontel janm renmenl
Se pa fanm zuzu se pa fanm ki pès
E map parye tout neg ta anvi genyen l
M vlel konnen m paka reziste
Sou cham lanmou Lakay mwen gon febles
E poum ta donen fok ou gen seme
Nan tan lapli oubyen nan tan chesress
Son ti siret map souse pap janm fini
M pa vle kraze anba danm
M renmen gade le lap mache
Pou jan lap deranche nan talon
Li gon manque de confiance nan gason ayisyen
Se pou sa’l pa en cours puis utile libateur
Malgre m dil mwen renmenl
Li pa pwan oh sérieux
Epi l dim Nicolas cheri mwen poko prè

Bel ti moun bel ti lezanj
Li pa gen defo
Son ti fanm okay
Li konn tout sal vo tout sal vo
Lap voye w balade siw ta salop
Bel ti moun bel ti lezanj
Li pa gen defo
Son ti fanm okay
Li konn tout sal vo tout sal vo
Sou li neg pap ka vinn leve zogo




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