Love Someone • Zenglen

ADDED BY GIGITHO (DEC 26, 2013 AT 12:05 PM) 10,351 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Konpa
Album: Rezilta
Year: 2013
Produced by: Kenny Desmangles

Mwen te konprann le de moun renmen,
Sa vle di lanmou nan ke tou de manifeste
Sa vle di aksepte defo et kalite
Soufri pou youn pou lot
Always be there for each other

Mwen te panse le'n te di I DO
Sa vle di ke'w pou mwen, sa vle di ke mwen pou wou
Sa vle di nou ka dakor poun viv jus ka la mort
Soufri pou youn pou lot rete soude kou kle ak pot

Min"m konnen ke renmen pafwa bay dlo nan je, ke brize that's ok
Min'm oue ou pran plezi fe'm mechanste fe'm soufri
That's not how love should be

Le de moun renmen youn dwe rand lot bien
Nou ka diskite'n ka fe ti fache, min sa pa vle di pou gin mechanste
When you love some one you dont make them cry
Never say i love you if you're not completely sure

N'sou minm kabann chak jou, min'n pa janm fe lanmou
Nou pa pale, youn pakon'n sa lot ap regle
Chak jou'w leve ou abiye, epui'w soti ou pa rantre
Sa pa yon vi, si ou pa vle'm set me free

Le de moun renmen youn dwe rand lot bien
Nou ka diskite'n ka fe ti fache, min sa pa vle di pou gin mechanste
When you love some one you dont make them cry
Never say i love you if you're not completely sure

N'sou minm kabann chak jou, min'n pa janm fe lanmou
Nou pa pale, pou wou mwen pa minm existe
Tout la jounin ou kay zanmi
Se chak weekend wap pran plezi
Lanmou fe'm toleran min pa profite pouw vin mechan

Santi'm bouke! mwen pa kapab ankor

No oh No oh... M'ta renmen konnen pouki sa'w chanje
No oh No oh... why you treating me this way
No oh no oh... si'w g'on ke cheri si'w kwe nan Bondje
Bay lanmou'n yon chans tanpri souple

Le de moun renmen youn dwe rand lot bien
Nou ka diskite'n ka fe ti fache, min sa pa vle di pou gin mechanste
When you love some one you dont make them cry
Never say i love you if you're not completely sure




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