Les Geôliers • BélO

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Genre: Afro/Dancehall
Album: Motivasyon
Year: 2019
Produced by: BélOMusic
Lyrics by: Jean Winer PASCAL Et Jean Bélony MURAT/BélO

Les geôliers

Le nom des maladies lié aux importations
Vais-je à la pharmacie? Au bas de la ville
Guérir mes conditions
Au coeur de mon bidonville
Malaises et tourments qui détruisent mon corps
Je crève et je perds mes billes
Même les aliments, rongeant mes anticorps
J’voudrais mon thé’d camomille.

Mes paysans bafoués
Les entrailles de mes terres piégées
Mon agriculture axphyxiée
J’importe des poisons emboîtés, pour consommer.

Ils attaquent mes gènes
Et installent la peine
Dans le rythme de mon coeur
Les battements de douleur
Ils empoisonnent mon sang
Ils empoisonnent mon temps.

La santé en prison
Les geôliers en blouson
Les seringues de la peur
Les maladies injectées
Et les pilules du malheur
Les patients enragés
École de la démence
Formules de la souffrance
Les feuilles et les écorces
Qui nous donnent de la force
Ne sont plus sous les kiosques des marchés.

Les plantes médicinales sont rayées dans les annals
Ça fait mal
Charlatans et sorciers glorifiés, célébrés
Mais, quelle atrocité cachée?

Ils attaquent mes gènes
Et installent la peine
Dans le rythme de mon coeur
Les battements de douleur
Ils empoisonnent mon sang
Ils empoisonnent mon temps.

Mon amour pour la vie
Dépasse leur folie
Je ris, je suis en vie
Et j’ai choisi de transcender leur devis.
Je défie leur mépris
J’m’en fous de leur plan
Leurs données, leur bilan
Mes dimensions ont dépassé leur cadran.

Ils attaquent mes gènes
Et installent la peine
Dans le rythme de mon coeur
Les battements de douleur
Ils empoisonnent mon sang
Ils empoisonnent mon temps.

Je rêve et je respire encore
Je vis au-delà de la mort
Je rêve et je respire encore.

Paroles: Jean Winer PASCAL et Jean Bélony MURAT/BélO
Musique: Jean Bélony MURAT/BélO
September 23, 2017




BIOGRAPHY
  • BelO has been hailed as Haiti's musical ambassador to the world. A socially conscious singer-songwriter with a sophisticated sound and winner of numerous awards, including the prestigious "Prix Radio France International Discoveries of 2006," BelO's sound is a sublime mixture of Jazz, Worldbeat, Rock, Reggae and Afro- Haitian traditional rhythms known as "Ragganga". After the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, BelO's primary focus was to create awareness for his country at various performances around the world. BelO's third album "HAITI DEBOUT," (Haiti Stand-up -2011) was released under Radio France/France Info and distributed, globally, by Harmonia Mundi. During the "HAITI DEBOUT" tour, BelO has performed in Germany, Rome, Romania, France, South Korea, London, Canada and the U.S.
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