Dekole • J. Perry

ADDED BY TIZER (MAY 24, 2014 AT 12:24 PM) 15,096 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Other
Album: One Life To Live
Year: 2011
Produced by: Serge "Power Surge" Turnier

[Intro]
Oh oh oh
Haiti
Baoli Records, baby
Oh oh oh
Ayiti
Sak gen la?
Anmwey
Shabba!
Yeah!
M’gentan avè w wi la
An ale…
J. Perry
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Ya, you know
Izo for shizzle
Oh ouais
Kote Shabba?
Izo, chilllaling

M’ta renmen pou peyi m dekole
Ole ole ole o, dekole ole o
Ole ole ole ole o
M’ta renmen pou peyi m dekole
Ole ole ole o, dekole ole o
Ole ole ole o

[Shabba]
Ayiti cheri m, m’sonje lontan ou te la pèl dèzanti
La Perles des Antilles
Yo maltrete w bèl ti peyi mwen
Lespwa w pa fini, w’ap reprann figi w
Oh o, ouwo oh oh
Kite l avanse, kite l dekole, kite l avanse (yeah)
Yeah!

[J. Perry]
Fò nou tout chante
Pou n di peyi n fòk li dekole (yeah, yeah)
Li gen twòp tan l kanpe
An nou met tèt ansanm, pou n fè l mache
Nou gen bèl plaj, bel solèy - Hey!
Kaskad nou se mèvèy - Oh!
Peyi sa a twò rich pou l pòv
M’ta renmen wè peyi m dekole

Ole ole ole o, dekole ole o
Ole ole ole o
M’ta renmen pou peyi m dekole
Ole ole ole o, dekole ole o
Ole ole ole o

Izolan!
Zo blòd, zo blòd

[Izolan]
Si-n vle peyi n avanse, fòk nou mache tèt kole
Kanpe tout ipokrizi, ak J. Perry n’ap dekole
Prodiksyon peyi n bese, touris pè vin vizite n
Nou tèlman pa viv ansanm tout lòt nasyon vle imilye n
Nou sipoze chanje paj, yo fè n pote tout vye chaj
Ayisyen nou dwe met may, koulè drapo n’ nan te mèt kay
Lè yo we peyi n chanje, kounya n pral di ‘Oh yeah, oh yeah,”
Oh yeah Oh yeah Oh yeah

M’ta renmen pou peyi m dekole
Ole ole ole o, dekole ole o
Ole ole ole o
M’ta renmen pou peyi m dekole

Fò l dekole, pou l dekole ole o

[Shabba]
Se tout jounen y’ap pale nou mal - Non!
Tout jounen y'ap pale nou mal
Pa pale l mal, non pa pale l mal
Chak peyi gen pwoblèm pa yo
Se tout jounen y’ap pale nou mal - Non!
Tout jounen y’ap pale sou do nou
Pa pale l mal - Non, non

Wakatchatchakatcha
Yeah, ooo ooo
This is Shabba
J. Perry
Haiti for life
Izo for shizzle
Move ya body
Chillaling, chillaling,
Ya know

M’ta renmen pou peyi m dekole
Ole ole ole o, dekole ole o
Ole ole ole o (Fò l dekole)
M’ta renmen pou peyi m dekole

Fò l dekole, pou n dekole
Dekole n (rpt)
An ale
Oh yeah, oh yeah
M’gentan avè w wi la
Sal ye
M’ta renmen m’ta renmen, m’ta renmen
M’ta renmen li dekole (3x)
M'ta renmen pou peyi m dekole

Ole ole ole o, dekole ole o
Ole ole ole o




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