Plis Ke Lanmou • T-Micky

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Genre: Konpa
Album: Pa Chache'm
Year: 2011
Featuring: Niska
Produced by: Sandro Martelly
Lyrics by: Sandro Martelly, Badi Kamal, Niska Garoute

[Verse]
Pa gen chif ki pou enimere
Ni pa gen mo pou eksplike
Santiman ki nan kè m pou ou
Kape grandi plis chake jou
Poutan anyen pa janm chanje
Chwazi kite anvi m prive
Pandan m’ap espere yon jou
Jwen n nan men w moso lanmou

[Hook]
Sa m’santi pou ou cheri li plis ke lanmou
Plis ke lanmou

Jire se ou mwen vle bò kote m

[Verse]
Santiman m yo tèlman fò ke m obsede
Malgre sa kè w pa touche
De jou an jou, soufrans mwen vin ap ogmante
Lespri mwen posede
Lanmou m pou ou prèt pou l debode
Preske chak jou m’ape mande m
Ki lè w’a va libere m pou m delivre

[Hook]
Sa m’santi pou ou cheri li plis ke lanmou
Plis ke lanmou

Se premye fwa nan vi m sa rive
Kwè m si w vle

[Keyboard solo]
Oh cheri, je t’aime

Zopodo zopodo zopododo
Oh oh
Cheri m’renmen w baby
Oh oh
Sa m santi l’ plis ke lanmou

[Niskaa]
Baby I don’t really know where to begin
I swear I was never ever seeing him
I know you don’t believe me but you say do
Only problem is, I see it’s hurting you
It’s killing me, I can’t be what I was
And I hate that I’m falling in and out of love
But I willingly will take every single blame (I’m sorry)
For me putting you through all this pain
I feel like I’m crawling right through the mud
All alone by myself with a little bud (Yes)
I couldn’t face you so I sent this text
I’m sorry babe, let’s just let this rest (I’m finished)

[Keyboard solo]
Oh cheri, ou kite m vre
Zopodo zopodo zopododo
Malaïka, Olivier, Yanni

Oh oh
Cheri m’renmen w doudou
Oh oh
Sa m santi l’ plis ke lanmou

[Guitar groove]
Kiki
Junior, pran madan m ou
Zepep pedo

Jire, se ou mwen vle
Bò kote m
Yeah…




BIOGRAPHY
  • Sandro Martelly aka "T-MICKY was born into a Musical family with a passion for Music, he prides himself as being a young student in the game. To introduce himself to the world, he produced a solid freshman album titled "Pa Chachem" under Big O Prod. T-Micky is enjoying his artistic journey doing music that feels good to the soul. The Group has toured in Paris, French Guyane, Turks and Caicos, Bahamas, New Caledonia, Montreal, US etc.
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