Ayiti Bang Bang • Carimi

ADDED BY ZOKLO (OCT 6, 2014 AT 6:01 PM) 15,211 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: Bang Bang
Year: 2001

[Intro]
F.B.I ,D.E.A mézanmi, mé zanmi, mé zanmi,
Ho ,ho,
F.B.I ,C.I.A mé zanmi, mé zanmi, mé zanmi,
Ho ,ho,

[Verse 1]
Sa fè de zan’m pa wèl
Peyi mwen change koulè
Sa fè de zan’m kite’l
Figi li make mizè
Nou pito fèmen de je’n
Fè samblan sa va change
Nou pito fèmen de je’n
Di pitit pa nou pap tounen

Mé zanmi,
A.A.A.A.A.A(chorus)
Ayiti mwen

Dim ki saw pwal fè
Pou change man talite moun yo
Peyim an dange
Pa gen pèson ki deside levon’w pye

Nou pito fèmen de je’n
Fè samblan sa va change
Nou pito fèmen de je’n
Di pitit pa nou pap tounen

Mé zanmi,
A.A.A.A.A.A(chorus)
Ayiti mwen
A.A.A.A.A.A
Saw pensé li yé

Hoooo mé zanmi, mé zanmi, mé zanmi,
Ho ,ho,
Carimiiiiiiii

Ou zop polo zopo potolé (repeat 4 fois)
Zo polo pèlo pèlo pèlo po (repeat 4 fois)

Tout nèèèèèg ha ha ha
Bang bang luky bang bang luky bang
Peyi mwen tounen toukou yon fim koboy
Tout moun se bang bang Luky luke
Peyim pa yon jwèt sispan jwe avè(bis)

Wat’s going on

Bang bang luky bang bang luky bang
Peyi mwen tounen toukou yon fim koboy
Tout moun se bang bang Luky luke
Peyim pa yon jwèt sispan jwe avè(bis)

Cowboy Carimi yooooo dégéné
Yo di ti Carlo VIEUX pa même n’an C.I.A
Sensib a la gachèt(bis)
Yo di Richard CAVE pa même n’an C.I.A
Sensib a la gachèt(bis)
Yo di ti Mickael GUIRAND pa même n’an C.I.A
Sensib a la gachèt(bis)
Fanatik Carimi pa même n’an C.I.A
Sensib a la gachèt(bis)

Wat’s going on

Bang bang luky bang bang luky bang
Peyi mwen tounen toukou yon fim koboy
Tout moun se bang bang Luky luke
Peyim pa yon jwèt sispan jwe avè(bis)

Yo di ti Richard DOUGER pa même n’an C.I.A
Sensib a la gachèt(bis)
Yo di Sereine CAVE pa même n’an C.I.A
Sensib a la gachèt(bis)
Yo di ti Metrome JACKY pa même n’an C.I.A
Sensib a la gachèt(bis)
Fantik Carimi pa même n’an C.I.A
Sensib a la gachèt(bis)

Sa kap pase DEA
Yo pran peyi mwen yo kontrole mwen
Sak gen lakay, FBI
Yo pran peyi mwen men yo kontrole mwen
(Bis)




BIOGRAPHY
  • Carlo Vieux, Richard Cave and Mikael Guirand who had worked together in some area of music, almost simultaneously made the decision to further their education. Acknowledging that the state of their homeland, Haiti, was troubled and unstable, they each decided to leave and set their sights on the United States. Always driven by their passion for music, this small group reunited in New York to touch upon making their current past-time a potential career.

    They soon found themselves surrounded by sound proof foam mats, extended boom of mics and a mixing board. To their surprise, each had the same desire to pursue their music and created the name for their band by the taking the first two letters of their first names Carlo Vieux, Richard Cave and Mikael Guirand; alas, Carimi was born.
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