What About Tomorrow • Nu-Look

ADDED BY GIGITHO (DEC 26, 2013 AT 11:18 AM) 34,212 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: I Got This
Year: 2013
Produced by: Arly Lariviere

Di mwen si wape toujours renmen'm menm jan
Di mwen si les ans pap diminue'm nan zye'w
Si sa ta rive eske wap gen Kouraj
Pou di pa la peine ke nou rete ensanm
Mwen pata renmen se pitye ki Kimbe 'w Bo kote'm
M'pa vle on poid Lourd pou peson moun nan vi'm
Li tro ta pou'm protege ke'm
Seul bagay 'm mande'w pa kite mwen nan fe nwa

Se bagay ki dur le wap planifye vi'w
Ak yon moun ki we'w tankou yon transition
Le pire se Paske ou pap janm pointe du doigt
Les indices qui prouvent vraiment que c'est le declin
Cheri wa va excuse'm se pa ke'm doute'w
Mwen kon trop moun ke sa rive déjà
Li tro ta pou'm protege ke'm
Seul bagay'm mande'w pa kite mwen nan fe nwa

We never know what to expect
Life truly is full of surprises
There 's only one thing we can do
Pray that we have made the right choice

Pa gen on moun nan lavi
Ki pa gen on moman febles
Si tout fwa sa ta rive promet mwen wap la pou mwen
Map kapab afronte ninpot situation
Si'm konnen 'm pap fe'l pou ko'm
Sim konnen wap epaule'm

We never know
What to expect, life truly's full of surprises
There's only one thing we can do
Pray that we have made the right choice

Piga'w enregistre tout Ti erreur'm komet
Pour qu'au moment opportun ou utilize yo kont mwen
Et si seta le cas pa banm mwen fo espwa
Pa mete'm nan position pou fe moun ap ri de mwen

Dis-moi qu' tu seras toujours la
Toi seul peux me rassurer
Peux-tu me faire cette promesse
Que toi et moi c'est pour la vie

Oui mwen accepter gen on fos ki rele destine
Men le'w determine li pa rive se ou'k kreye'l
Malgre mise en garde mwen decide remet ou vi'm
Tanpri preserve'm et tanpri pa lage'm sou rout

Don't think I have no faith in love
I just don't wanna suffer
Tell me we're forever and put my worries to rest




BIOGRAPHY
  • With six studio albums and 9 live albums Nu Look has brought what the old folks call "Kompa Direk" (Live Kompa) to our new generation. For Nu Look it's more than the sound that makes them the ultimate "it" band in this kompa world. They are in this category because of their reputation of having the most touching love songs and are also known for please the crowd at their events whether it's with slow, mid, or fast tempo music. During the 13 years of their existence with the leadership of Arly Lariviere as their Maestro Nu look has officially enlisted themselves in the hearts of all kompa lovers, with mega love hits such as "Loving You", "Why Do You Say You Love Me", and "Notre Histore".
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