Blackout • Klass

ADDED BY GEN11 (MAY 13, 2019 AT 10:04 PM) 2,951 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: Ret Nan Liy Ou
Year: 2019

Lanmou ban m blakawout (repeat)
Klass again y’all
Nou toujou nan menm address la
Epou yo jwenn li

Mwen pa ba n manti m gen alkòl nan tèt mwen
Mwen pa sou mwen jis ap jere pwoblèm mwen
Koze pa pou nou men tande m
Sila k pi bon pase m mèt jije m
Mwen gen yon moun m avè l se la semèn mwen wè l
Lè m ap envèstige m aprann li angaje
M te ba l tout atansyon m
Lanmou make mosyon
Chak fwa m panse kite l m santi kouran lavi m koupe

Lanmou ban m blakawout – dèfwa l parèt li disparèt
Lanmou ban m blakawout – pa gen bouji ni alimèt
Lanmou ban m blakawout – mwen di li pa pou mwen l gen mèt
Lanmou ban m blakawout

Bon se mwen k ap eksplike w, tande m

Mwen pa renmen moun fè desizyon pou mwen
Verite boule men w mèt lage l sou mwen
Si m ap riske m konnen m ka soufri
Men m ap asime l si se mwen ki chwazi
Mwen deside konfwonte l pouki se mwen m mande l
Li avwe m li marye men l di m vi l pa konble
Li di m se lè li wè m, li di m se lè l avè m
Li santi l ekziste, si non kouran lavi l koupe

Lanmou ban m blakawout – dèfwa l parèt li disparèt
Lanmou ban m blakawout – pa gen bouji ni alimèt
Lanmou ban m blakawout – mwen di li pa pou mwen l gen mèt
Lanmou ban m blakawout

Fanatik prete m flash
S on lanmou EDH

Wayay oh wayay (2x)
Oh ou fè m mal (2x)
Woy se pa ti kou non JBrooklyn

Se pi move kou lè ou pa konnen
W ap tonbe damou nan move chimen
Si l te ban m verite m te ka aksepte
Men kote gen manti lanmou pa fleri
Moun ka soufri

Nan lavi sa chak moun gen kou pa w
Sou ti bout tè sa chak moun gen jou pa w

Wayay oh wayay (2x)
Oh ou fè m mal (2x)

  • Founded on April 18th, 2012, KLASS is a new school of Haitian konpa where everyone is welcome to enroll and attend. Since its inception, clean competition, determination, and respect have been the core elements to maintaining a report card of success.

    When you ask the female fans "Where they are heading?" they reply that they are going to "KLASS". Ask the male fans, "How they function?" and they answer that they do everything with "KLASS". Finally, you ask the promoters, "What they think?" and they reply that "an event without this band will have no 'KLASS!'
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