Sonia • Black Parents

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Genre: Konpa
Year: 2001

Alo Sonia

Sonia, comment vas-tu Sonia
Sonia, comment vas-tu Soso
T’est qui toi

T’as déjà oublié mon nom là
T’as déjà oublié mon coeur là
T’as déjà oublié ma face là
T’as déjà oublié mon existence là
T’as déjà oublié mon nom là
T’as déjà oublié ma face là
T’as déjà oublié mon existence là
Sonia comment vas-tu Sonia

Mwen deja di w se fanm ki pot lanmou
Mwen deja di w se fanm ki pot lajwa
Mwen deja di w se limyè k klere kè m
Mwen deja di w lanmou briye tankou solèy
Souvan
Je te le di dis souvent – so so so Sonia

Sonia comment vas-tu Sonia
T’as déjà oublié mon nom là
T’as déjà oublié ma voix là
T’as déjà oublié ma face là
T’as déjà oublié mon existence là
T’as déjà oublié mon nom là
T’as déjà oublié ma face là
T’as déjà oublié mon coeur là
T’as déjà oublié mon existence là Sonia

Ola ola ola oh – ole
Ole ole ole oh – ola

T’as déjà oublié mon nom là
T’as déjà oublié ma face là
T’as déjà oublié mon nom là
T’as déjà oublié ma face là

Lanmou que j’ai pour toi baby n’est pas pour quatre
Pa opike pèsòn ki di n fè lanmou ase
Mwen konnen doudou m ta renmen fè lanmou a de
Mwen pa konnen jou pou m ta renmen fè w la marye
Lanmou que j’ai pour toi baby n’est pas pour quatre
Pa opike pèsòn ki di n fè lanmou ase
Mwen konnen doudou m ta renmen fè lanmou a de
Pa okipe pèsòn ki di n fè lanmou a kat

Lè m fèmen de je m doudou mwen wè w kap pase
Lè mwen fè on dòmi doudou se ou ke m reve
Chak m fè on panse avè w m santi m transfòme
Tankou yon towo m santi kò mwen ap pouse

Ola ola ola oh – ole
Ole ole ole oh – ola

Alo Sonia
C’est moi Black Love
Oh c’est toi, je pensais que c’était James
Mais non

T’as déjà oublié mon nom là
T’as déjà oublié ma voix là
T’as déjà oublié mon coeur là
T’as déjà oublié mon existence là
T’as déjà oublié mon nom là
T’as déjà oublié ma voix
T’as déjà oublié mon nom là
T’as déjà oublié ohh

Je te le dis souvent
Souvent




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