Oh Bondye • Papi

ADDED BY DIDIER (JAN 2, 2014 AT 7:24 PM) 7,190 VIEWS EDIT

Genre: Ragga/Rap/Hip-Hop
Year: 2013
Produced by: Papi

Hey pitit mwen music sa se pou ou
Li pa eple anyen ke explication mdwe ba ou
Tout reine mwen yo kite on paket pot ouve pou ou
Tout zanmi mte konn jwe football a basket yo
Tout business patne mwen gen Manhattan yo
Tout fanmi'm sou ba pam yo voye bisou pou ou
Yo di'w yo pa ka tann pou yo fete yon norel ak ou
Men mwen menm tou mgen match brooklyn mpral gad ak ou
Se vre ou on ti jan piti
Men kanmenm mwen gen bagay mdiw
Eske we mesie ki gen foli papa'w la
Li te di lap tire'm
On bagay mkonn si'm di maman'w Nicole
Lap di se manti map fe sou mari'l
Ou we tout fanmi ki antoure'w yo
Yo tout net femen'm deyo san ou
Se vre cherie nan reunion
Yo femen'm deyo san ou
Menm prop zanmi'm vle banm konsey pou vire dom net ba ou
Pandan m'finn su kew se pitit mwen
Si le fo map
E mwen pwomet kem pap janm suspann goumen tout tan mpa uni a ou
Mwen di mwen pre poum bat a tout lemond jus poum uni ak ou

[Chorus]
Sim pa nan laviw se sa Nicole te vle pou ou
Li bow on lot neg pass mwen tankou papa ou
Kounia mpral fe tout vim ap rele'w non bo pe ba ou
Oh bondieu o bondieu
(2x)

Oh bondieu gade sat rivem
Janm konnen mte malin epa mpa we a ki pie Nicole triblem
San menm reveyem li bouskilem a tout rev mwen nan zie'm
Bon mkwe l'te di li renmenm pouki se konsa li humilie'm
Alos li te konnen bien timoun se te pi gro sensiblite'm
Li te konn bien tout travay du'm se te pou biennet bebem
Men genle sa pat ase pou'l te apenye'm
Oh bondieu o bondieu
Kounia ancien mennaj ap relem
Ap di se bon pou mwen se sa m'te merite
Oh non mpa ka pleyen paske gen anpil m'te konn maltrete
Non plus mpa ka fache de twa nan yo te bay vim on ti ale mieu
Sel sa mka swete res yo se meilleur de lavni
Franchman sa fem mal lem tande jus kounia Mireille ap kriye
Poutan se sel li let rele ki di Papi pa dekourage
Li di'm as cool as I am yon jou pitit la ap chache kotem ye
Ebien si se vre titit tanpri

[Chorus] 2x

Nicole ou we saw fe
Konsa konsa konsa
Konsa ou fe sa
Hmmm

[Chorus] 3x




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