Pawol Mizik • Zenglen

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Genre: Konpa
Year: 1995

Manman, papa pale "pas de chanson porno"
Pou timoun k ap grandi, ce machin n’est pas beau
You music balance sou deux, trois piqué, li mache nan san yo
Sa paran yo panse

Pawòl yo byen sonnen, moun ap interprete l
Betiz ap boujonnen, granmoun pral bougonnen
Sa se lekòl lage, santiman yo fennen
Mwen mize sou dola m , fòk music mwen gen dwa

Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
La Karayib leve danse, tout moun nan peyi a
La Guadeloupe leve danse, tout moun nan peyi a
Ayiti, peyi m leve danse, tout moun nan peyi a

Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
La Karayib leve danse, tout moun nan peyi a
La Guadeloupe leve danse, tout moun nan peyi a

Deux kout bagèt, you cymbale ki marye
Gita ka graje, bass la ka mate, kompa deja balance

Si wè w al dèyè l , nan télé n a va wè l
Tout kote kòlte, m envite yo avè m
Tout granmoun yo vekse, kab la dekonekte
Aswè lago kache, n a anvi debòde
Si wè w al dèyè l , nan télé n a va wè l
Tout kote kòlte, m envite yo avè m
Tout granmoun yo vekse, kab la dekonekte
Aswè lago kache, n a anvi debòde

Lè kompa marye, pa gen betize
Zenglen ap frape, pa chita gade
Timoun ap pran plezi, granmoun ap bougonnen
Music nou se chalè ki ka pote tendresse
Ki ka pote lajwa, ki ka pote lanmou
Ki ka chase lapèn nan jou ki gen chagrin

Si wè w al dèyè l , nan télé n a va wè l
Tout kote kòlte, m envite yo avè m
Tout granmoun yo vekse, kab la dekonekte
Aswè lago kache, n a anvi debòde
Si wè w al dèyè l , nan télé n a va wè l
Tout kote kòlte, m envite yo avè m
Tout granmoun yo vekse, kab la dekonekte
Aswè lago kache, n a anvi debòde

Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a
Danse, nou fè yo danse, tout moun na peyi a




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