Jwèt La Chanje • Panik

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Genre: Konpa
Year: 2014

[Evy Keys]
Ladies and gentlemen
Introducing to you mine’s and yours his and hers Panik

[Verse 1]
Nou pa vin fè pèsonalite men gen anpil poun pale
Konpa direk la vin ap soufri – problem structure a
Konsa genyen anpil mechan ke n’ konnen k’ pa vle chanjman
Yo toujou ap fè sanblan ke sou nou ‘k pa gen talan

Kote ancien k’ gen experians yo – jwèt la pa ankadre
Yeah yeah – Mizik Peyi a menace
Se pa chita kritike – fè kòmsi n’ pa konsène
N’ pa ka sipote, fò n evite mediokrite

[Chorus]
Oh oh jwet la chanje
Nouvel la gaye tout kote
Oh oh jwet la chanje
Son’w kesyon de Panik li ye

[Verse 2]
Mizik ki sòti nan lòt peyi – se yo n’ bay priyorite
Sak fè pifò ti jen kap grandi – pifò enfluanse
Anpil moun ap enkyete gen sak dil pa ekziste
Panik pa ta renmen sa rive oh oh

Mwen di ministere la culture sa wap di nan sa
– jwèt la pa ankadre
Yeah yeah – Mizik Peyi a menace
Mwen di promoteur animateur consomateur
N’ pa ka sipote, fò n evite mediokrite

[Chorus]

Haiti men Joshua, bon chwa
Oh oh epa w’ panike

[Evy Keys]
Ladies and gentlemen
Introducing to you mine’s and yours his and hers Panik

[Van]

[Keyboard]

Woy woy

Ti Bebeto men Panik
Jwet la chanje
Tande non frem, pran fòm kòw

Oh oh – ann bay mizik lakay nou an priyorite
Oh oh – ann kreye pepinyè poun ka fè plis progrè
Oh oh – mizik nou an danje n’ pa ka kite’l tonbe
Nou pa vin deranje se konpa nou vin jwe

Woy woy
Panik Panik Panik
Haiti tande on djazz
Zanmi’m sonje mdiw pran fom kow

[Chorus 2]
Djaz sa pa vin nan polemik
Menmsi n’ rele Panik, se jwe n’ vin jwe mizik
[2x]

Evy Keys Menm si jwèt la chanje, jwèt still pou ou

[Evy Keys]
Hey ladies, put your hands in the air like this
Don’t be scared let me see you do this
Gotta get down to the beat like this
Cause you know we be bumping in the club like this
[2x]

[Guitar]

Choral la chante

[Chorus 2]




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