Mwen Wè Kou A • Nu-Look

ADDED BY DIDIER (JUN 17, 2019 AT 5:55 PM) 521 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: No Stress
Year: 2019
Lyrics by: Arly Lariviere

[Intro]
You may think you’re smart
But don’t think I’m a fool
You may think you’re smart
But please I’m don’t

Panse ou gen kou – non ou pa gen kou
Panse ou malen – non ou pa malen

[Verse 1]
Gen de moun ki kwè yo entelijan
Yo vle tout sa kap fèt se nan avantaj yo
Lè ou fèmen je w ou kite yo pase sou ou
Yo panse yo ganyan panse w pa wè kou a
Menm si m pa pale, menm si m pa gade w
M pa vle w panse ke mwen s on egare
Menm si m pa pale, menm si m pa gade w
M pa vle w panse ke ou pase sou mwen

Pa konprann ou pase – sou mwen
Pa panse ou pase – sou mwen
Pandan w panse w pase sou mwen
M kwaze de bra m ape gade w

[Keyboard]

[Choir]
Mwen kwaze de bra m ape gade w (2x)
Al kwè sa non
Mwen kwaze de bra m ape gade w (2x)
Epi Nu-Look jwe
Oh oh ou nan cho (3x)
Oh oh

Lamitye mwen wè kou a frè m – monchè mwen wè kou a
Pa panse m son bègwè – monchè mwen wè kou a
Ou twò piti pou ou blofe mwen – monchè mwen wè kou a
Repanse kou a – monchè mwen wè kou a

Rodney Noel - Mwen kwaze de bra m ape gade w
Jean Michel de bra n kwaze n ap gade yo
Mwen kwaze de bra m ape gade w
Mwen kwaze de bra m ape gade w

Lamitye mwen wè kou a frè m – monchè mwen wè kou a
Pa panse m son bègwè – monchè mwen wè kou a
Ou twò piti pou ou blofe mwen – monchè mwen wè kou a
Al repanse kou a – monchè mwen wè kou a

Jean Marie Simon di yo n wè yo tande
Mwen di w non m pa vle pou m pran m pou on bègwè

Blofè - Mwen pa bègwè
Guy Wewe
Mwen pa bègwè
M ka fè tankou m pap gade w men m wè w

Menm si Tano pa gade w – konnen l wè kou a
Menm si Kari pa gade w – konnen l wè kou a
Menm si w wè Chico pa gade w – konnen l wè kou a
Menm si w wè Ansy pa gade w – konnen l wè kou a
Mwen di w non m pa vle pou m pran m pou on bègwè

Menm si Moza pa gade w – konnen l wè kou a
Menm si Jacques letant pa gade w – konnen l wè kou a
Menm si Chemali pa gade w – konnen l wè kou a
Menm si Ricardo pa gade w – konnen l wè kou a
M pa vle pou m pran m pou on bègwè

Fanatik Nu-Look (2x)
A dwat, a goch
Mitan dèyè
Ede m chante

Mwen wè mwen wè kou a
Phillip St-Louis – Mwen wè mwen wè kou a
Nou wè yo – Mwen wè mwen wè kou a
Mesye pale yo

Pa gen, pa genyen wout pa bwa
Elmayo zanmi m pa gen sa pyès
Pa gen, pa genyen wout pa bwa
Diwayens zanmi m pa gen sa pyès
Pa gen, pa genyen wout pa bwa
Masani zanmi m pa gen sa pyès
Pa gen, pa genyen wout pa bwa

Mwen wè mwen wè kou a
Konpa Events pale yo
Mwen wè mwen wè kou a
KM eksplike yo
Mwen wè mwen wè kou a
Menm si w we Fredo Rene fèmen je l, pa okipe l
Mwen wè mwen wè kou a
Haitian beats

Pa gen, pa genyen wout pa bwa
Zakalo zanmi m pa gen sa pyès
Pa gen, pa genyen wout pa bwa
Dr Anes zanmi m pa gen sa pyès
Pa gen, pa genyen wout pa bwa
Promokonpa zanmi m pa gen sa pyès
Pa gen, pa genyen wout pa bwa

Epi kite l mache

[Guitar]
Herve Foucand
Mr Mix
N ale

[Horns]




BIOGRAPHY
  • With six studio albums and 9 live albums Nu Look has brought what the old folks call "Kompa Direk" (Live Kompa) to our new generation. For Nu Look it's more than the sound that makes them the ultimate "it" band in this kompa world. They are in this category because of their reputation of having the most touching love songs and are also known for please the crowd at their events whether it's with slow, mid, or fast tempo music. During the 13 years of their existence with the leadership of Arly Lariviere as their Maestro Nu look has officially enlisted themselves in the hearts of all kompa lovers, with mega love hits such as "Loving You", "Why Do You Say You Love Me", and "Notre Histore".
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