Ou Detenn Sou Mwen • Harmonik

ADDED BY PHKATHIUS1 (MAY 16, 2019 AT 12:42 PM) 6,387 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: Respè
Year: 2019

[Intro]
M’pap dekole
La m’ap rete
M’pap dekole

[Verse 1]
Mwen pran tout mès ou, tout abitid ou
Se kòmsi m’wè menm, menm jan avè’w mwen pale
Tout ti vye jès ou, menm atitid ou
Se kòmsi nou te fèt menm manman, menm papa
Tankou yon tach ki pat ka efase
Konsa ou fè enpak sou mwen
Yon tatou ke mwen pat ka retire
Se konsa ou detenn sou mwen

[Chorus]
Ou detenn sou mwen
De, de, detenn sou mwen
(Sa pa nòmal)
Ou detenn sou mwen
De, de, detenn sou mwen

[Verse 2]
M’pap pase yon jou san m’pa tande ou
Ou tankou batman kè’m, si’w kanpe m’tou mouri
Ou vomi tout lank plim ou sou mwen
Se konsa ou detenn sou mwen

[Chorus]
Ou detenn sou mwen
De, de, detenn sou mwen
(Sa pa nòmal)
Ou detenn sou mwen
De, de, detenn sou mwen

[Bridge]
Rèv mwen se pou’m ba’w ti rès la
(Pou lavi’m dous konsa)
Rèv mwen se pou’m pa janm ex la
(Pou lavi’m dous)

[Hook]
Mwen wè tout sa ki gen deyò a déjà
Mwen fè tout eksperyans ki gen déjà
Lè nou soti se pou nou abiye menm jan
(Yo mèt rele’m marasa)

[Refrain 2X]
Wo oh oh
Oh oh
Wo oh oh

[Bridge]
Rèv mwen se pou’m ba’w ti rès la
(Pou lavi’m dous konsa)
Rèv mwen se pou’m pa janm ex la
(Pou lavi’m dous)

[Hook]
Mwen wè tout sa ki gen deyò a déjà
Mwen fè tout eksperyans ki gen déjà
Lè nou soti se pou nou abiye menm jan
(Yo mèt rele’m marasa)

[Refrain 2X]
Wo oh oh
Oh oh
Wo oh oh

[Chorus]
Ou detenn sou mwen
De, de, detenn sou mwen
(Sa pa nòmal)
Ou detenn sou mwen
De, de, detenn sou mwen

[Outro]
Yo mèt rele’m marasa




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