Tempo • Zenglen

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Genre: Konpa
Album: Easy Konpa
Year: 1999

Yo, sa se pou alèlè yo, men dènye groove la

N debake Ayiti yon lòt nivo
Fanatik ak laprès vin bann de ti bo
Pòtoprens kou provens, kompa n pat mens
Depi Zenglen debake, tout moun se "deux pye anlè"

Nou rive Pòtoprens nou mate you kompa
Tout moun se "deux pye anlè"
Nou desann Jacmel, nou blayi groove sa
Tout moun se "deux pye anlè"
Au Cap-Haitien, nou f on kanaval tout moun se "deux pye anlè"
Uptown baby, Downtown baby, I said get down baby

Zenglen still the best! Wi still online!
[Tande sa] Nou rive Pòtoprens nou mate you kompa
Tout moun se "deux pye anlè"
Nou desann Jacmel, nou blayi groove sa
Tout moun se "deux pye anlè"
Au Cap-Haitien, nou f on kanaval tout moun se "deux pye anlè"
Uptown baby, Downtown baby, I said get down baby

[Guitar solo]

Depi Zenglen rive, vle pa vle w oblije
Tout moun, Tempo oo, tempo ooo
Li tounen, li tounen, tout moun deux pye anlè
Tempo oo, tempo ooo

Poukisa w ap mache pale mal
Yon jazz ki si total (tempo oo)
Si w pako konprann sa lavi ye
F on ti chita tande (tempo oo)
Lavi sa s on highway monkonpè ki chaje koub malè (tempo oo)
Se lè rive metrize koub sa yo
Yo rele w bon chofè, èè (tempo oo)
Tempo w, Mwen di tonton tempo w (tempo oo)
Mwen di ti mal tempo w (tempo oo)
Mwen ti djèdjè tempo w (tempo oo)

Poukisa w ap mache pale mal
Yon jazz ki si total (tempo oo)
Si w pako konprann sa lavi ye
F on ti chita tande (tempo oo)
Lavi sa s on highway monkonpè ki chaje koub malè (tempo oo)
Se lè rive metrize koub sa yo
Yo rele w bon chofè, èè (tempo oo)
Tempo, Johnny First-class tempo w (tempo oo)
Mwen di Jino tempo w (tempo oo)
Gade bad boy tempo w (tempo oo)
Suspann pale (tempo oo) Suspann ranse (tempo oo)
Suspann fè tenten (tempo oo)
Epi Charly Pòtoprens lòt nivo

[Horns sections]

[Hook]
Deux pye anlè
Wo-o-wo, men Zenglen wi, pou fanatik yo
Wo-o-wo, men Zenglen wi, pou alèlè yo

Wo-o-wo, men Zenglen wi, pou fanatik yo
Wo-o-wo, men Zenglen wi, pou alèlè yo

Hey, se lannwit kou lè jou, y ap pale sou do nou
Bondye nan syèl la avèk nou, fanatik yo renmen nou
Kompa sa tèlman blinde, men ti nèg pran depale
Se tout kote nou pase, lage yo deux pye anlè
Yo di jazz la kraze (se pa vre)
Yo di Alan kite (fatra y ap pale)
Yo di Richie pap la (se pa vre)
Men yo di Ernst kite (fatra y ap pale)

Hey, se lannwit kou lè jou (polis), y ap pale sou do nou (Eddie)
Bondye nan syèl la avèk nou, fanatik yo renmen nou
Kompa sa tèlman blinde, fè ti nèg pran depale
Se tout kote nou pase, lage yo deux pye anlè
Yo di jazz la kraze (se pa vre)
Yo di Brutus kite (fatra y ap pale)
Men yo di James pap la (se pa vre)
Yo di Gracia bloke eee (I like to live in America)
Give me my respect man




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