Poukisa • Nu-Look

ADDED BY TIZER (JUN 14, 2019 AT 6:51 PM) 1,944 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: No Stress
Year: 2019
Produced by: Arly Larivière
Lyrics by: Arly Larivière

Poukisa poukisa 
Poukisa w pa vle renmen m
Poukisa poukisa 
Poukisa w pa tchenbe men m

[Verse 1]
A 6 heures du matin w reveye 
Pou di m kijan lanmou kriminel
Ou enkosolab, pat menm ka pale 
Rien qu’à t’écouter kè m ap ronger
Toujou ap kache sa m éprouver pou wou
De peur m pa gacher amitye n
Reyalize ke plis mwen ezite 
Reyalize chans mwen ap diminye
Jodia m vle fè w yon aveu

[Verse 2]
Ou souri, ou di m sispann plezante 
Sa twouble m ke w pa pran m au serieux
Ou di tout gaf ou fè mwen imbu de yo 
Fè w panse w pèdi valè nan zye m
Pa genyen moun ki pa gen yon pase
Erreur de jeunesse pa dwe andikape n
Reyalize se lè w gen volonte
Reyalize ou kapab surmonter
Nenpòt baraj ou kontre

Poukisa poukisa 
Poukisa w pa vle renmen m
Poukisa poukisa 
Poukisa w pa tchenbe men m

[Verse 3]
Ou toujou ap rakonte m
Lavi pa janm fè w kado
Nenpòt sa pou posede
Se nan batay pou genyen l
Mwen paka orfri w lesyèl
Mwen pa pwomèt ou richès
Sèl garanti m ap ba ou
M ap renmen w ak tout sa m genyen

Poukisa poukisa 
Poukisa w pa vle renmen m (por que)
Poukisa poukisa 
Poukisa w pa tchenbe men m
(Tanpri di mwen pouki)
Poukisa poukisa 
Poukisa w pa vle renmen m
(Ou inyore tout avans mwen yo)
Poukisa poukisa 
Poukisa w pa tchenbe men m

[Verse 3]
Ou toujou ap rakonte m
Lavi pa janm fè w kado
Ninpòt sa pou posede
Se nan batay pou genyen l
Mwen paka orfri w lesyèl
Mwen pa pwomèt ou richès
Sèl garanti m ap ba ou
Se ke m ap renmen w ak tout mwenmenm

Oh oh oh oh
Dadou ti frè m
David gran frè m
Nou wè mizè mwen

[Verse 4]
Cheri pou ou pagen anyen ki twòp 
Pare pou m sakrifye m
Chemen lanmou genyen zepin
Ansanm nou ka eskive yo 
Depi se pou m ran ou heureuse 
Anyen pa genyen pri
Bonheur ou se priyorite m 
A wi se l’essentiel

Pou eksperyans nou fè
Moment de folie n konèt 
Il n’y a plus rien pou n ap chèche 
Rès wout la fò n fè l à deux 

Epi pa okipe w de sa yo ka rankonte

Men li papa…wa degaje w
Cheri w kite m la ap gaspiye

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