Klass it is baby
Do you wanna have a good time tonight?
Do you wanna free your mind?
Mizik sa a se pou tout moun k'ap by move siyal deyò a
That's right, spesyalman medam yo
Let em know
So y'all know what I'm talking about here
Let em know
Check it out
Nou nan telefòn tout lajounen
Dèfwa lè n al dòmi li 4è di matin
Fò m vin chèche w, fò m depoze w
Lè nou prale lekòl oubyen n pral nan mall
Nou fè ti bo, banm ti moso
Malgre kèk zanmi n konn jan n rive lwen (Kisa l di w?)
Ou di m nou poko renmen
Si w vle lage m pouki w kenbe m
Mwen telman renmen w fè dlo sot nan je m
If you don't love me, don't bother
I ain't trying to make a long story longer
Kou w wè lòt fi, w fè jalouzi
Cependant lè m vle al plus loin (She says what?)
Ou di m nou poko renmen
Ou renmen avè l depi 8 an
Paran l ak zanmi l yo tout okouran
W'al dine avè l nan ‘on restoran
Ou mete w ajenou li gentan pantan
Kò l ap tranble, li esoufle
Se lè l byen gade li reyalize (kisa la?)
Se soulye ou t'ap lase
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