Lonely • 5 Etwal

ADDED BY MASAKADIE (JUN 25, 2014 AT 9:55 PM) 30,519 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: New Chapter
Year: 2014
Produced by: Jam O P
Lyrics by: Kikko Lyrix

JamO p
Je mène une vie solitaire
Je me sens très seul au monde
Dès fois je me demande si je suis seul sur terre
Que je cris que je pleure
Non non personne m’écoute
Donc moi je continue seul sur ma route
Lè m’ale nan w ti bal
Mpa gen moun poum danse
Music mwen al tande
Sanble tout fanm marie
Mwen pa genyen pèsonn
Music mwen al tande
Mwen pa ka menm ka danse musisien m’al gade

Lonely
Lè swa mpa ka dòmi paske m santi’m lonely
Toujou toujou poukòm tèlman m santi’m lonely
I have so much to share but I can’t find no one who cares
Loney
Msanti mwen fatige ap viv on vi lonely
Mbezwen on moun poum pale m santi’m lonely
On santiman ki a triste bagay sa fè mwen akable

Gen moun ki gen mennaj ki pa gen tan pou yo
Pandan mwen menm mpa gen yon moun pou’m pale
Le swa lè’m sot travay mpa gen yon moun pou mande’m
Kouman ou ye baby kijan jounen ou te pase

Lonely
Lè swa mpa ka dòmi paske m santi’m lonely
Toujou toujou poukòm tèlman m santi’m lonely
I have so much to share but I can’t find no one who cares
Loney
Msanti mwen fatige ap viv on vi lonely
Mbezwen on moun poum pale m santi’m lonely
Mwen pa ka pab ankò I need somebody

Men konpa

Pouki se mwen menm ki pa gen pesòn
Malgre m toujou chèche mwen pa janm ka trouve
Pouki se mwen menm ki pa gen pesòn
Chak kou m genyen yon moun

Yo di pa gen pèn san sekou tout problèm gen solution
Edke problèm mwen an ap janm kabap rezoud
Mwen chèche anro m chèche anba
Mwen pa janm kapab trouve
Yon moun pou etire’m nan solutud ke mwen ye

Tout kè mwen ouvri bien gran
Mwen prè pou’m aksepte yon moun
Ki vle renmen tout bon ki pa nan plezantri
Oh wi mwen pare pou’m damou
Pou’m bay tout tan’m avek passion
Eske sa se yon rèv ki pa janmen reyalize

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