Ou wo o o o
Cheri m’adore w
Mwen renmen lè w souri
Mwen renmen lè n goumen epi n zanmi
Apre sa nou fè lanmou (oh oh)
Cheri m’adore w
Pou lanmou ke ou banmwen
Lè lòt moun te di nou pap janm anyen
Se pou sa ke mwen renmen w
Cheri m’adore w
Cheri m’adore w pou lanmou ke ou banmwen
Cheri m’adore w pa gen lòt ki trete m pi byen
Lè mwen avè w pa gen anyen lòt mwen bezwen
Pa gen moun k’ap ranplase ou, ou nimewo 1
Bebe ki fè mwen fou, pa gen anyen m’pap fè pou ou
Banm ba w ‘on ti bo sou bouch ou
Pou mwen montre w jan m’apresye w
Ou se batman kè m, m’ap kenbe ou fèm
M’ap toujou la si w gen pwoblèm
Mwen damou w, mwen pap janm kite w
Bebe mwen pap janm lage w
[Verse 2 – PJay]
Yo cheri m’adore ou
Yeah pouki God la pa dore ou
F’on ti mache dèyè w so si w bite pou m ka kore ou
Trete w tankou ‘on rèn paske se ou ki ofisyèl la
Sou latè ou se sèl fi ke m prè pou mwen ofri syèl la
Avè m baby m’vle pou pare demen w, yeah bare demen w
Si se pou lòv baby jus pare 2 men w
M’ap ba w lanmou jiskaske baby li ranvèse
Adore w tankou ‘on Dieu, fè w krache des grands versets
Gen ti kote ke m pase men m
Fè m anvi devye fiti m chanje presan m e pase m menm
E si te g’on nèg ki renmen w wi pase m menm
Ou pa tap janm vibre konsa lè m pase men m
Tomorrow, we celebrate the Haitian flag's 211th anniversary. We have a lot to be proud of. And a lot to think about. Many songs fit the occasion. Would we feature a nostalgic ode like Jacques Sauveur Jean's Ayiti Cheri and MikaBen's Ayiti Se? Or poignant reality checks like BelO's Detripay? Kumbaya...
Episode 1: Jean Winer Pascal We're excited to launch Nannan Podcast. We'll be having candid conversations that get to the heart of music with our favorite songwriters, artists, musicians, producers and fans too. In our first episode, we chat with songwriter Jean Winer Pascal. He's written classics for Beethova, BélO and...
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