Oblige • Black Parents

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Genre: Konpa
Album: Oblije
Year: 2002

Lanmou se sa fanm bezwen
Pa maltrete l fò dòlote l
Ba li bèl karès
Malè si w pa bay tandrès
Fanm lan kapab kite w
L’al sòti ak bon zanmi w

Please baby, Please
Mwen ta renmen wè ou tonight
Mwen ta renmen ba w bon love tonight
M oblije ba ou li
M oblije ba ou li
Please baby, Please
Mwen ta renmen wè ou tonight
Mwen ta renmen ba w bon love tonight
M oblije ba ou li
M oblije ba ou li

Me tell them
W oblije
W oblije mennen madanm ou sinema
Pou montre ke w se yon bon gason
W oblije mennen madanm ou al bwè krèm la
Bouch nan bouch konsa na va love
W oblije ba li bon afektyon la
Pou montre kijan ke ou renmen la
W oblije ba li bèl ti karès la
Pou lanmou n ka dire pi lontan

Please baby, Please
Mwen ta renmen wè ou tonight
Mwen ta renmen ba w bon love tonight
M oblije ba ou li
M oblije ba ou li
Please baby, Please
Mwen ta renmen wè ou tonight
Mwen ta renmen ba w bon love tonight
M oblije ba ou li
M oblije ba ou li

Me tell them
W oblije
W oblije mennen madanm ou sinema
Pou montre ke w se yon bon gason
W oblije mennen madanm ou al bwè krèm la
Bouch nan bouch konsa na va love
W oblije ba li bon afektyon la
Pou montre kijan ke ou renmen la
W oblije ba li bèl ti karès
Pou lanmou n ka dire pi lontan

Jalouzi
Jalouzi i
Oh na na nay
Jalouzi
Jalouzi i
Oh na na nay

M fè jalouzi se paske m renmen madan m mwen
M fè jalouzi se paske m renmen boubout mwen
M fè jalouzi se paske m renmen amou mwen
M fè jalouzi se paske m renmen cheri mwen

Jalouzi
Jalouzi i
Oh na na nay
Jalouzi
Jalouzi i
Oh na na nay

M fè jalouzi se paske m renmen love an mwen
M fè jalouzi se paske m renmen sexy mwen
M fè jalouzi se paske m renmen madan m mwen
M fè jalouzi se paske m renmen kreyòl mwen

Eme bèl ti fanm ke ou genyen
Ti fanm sa p’ap janm kite w
Li p’ap fè w fè jalouzi
Eme bèl madanm ke ou genyen
Madanm sa p’ap janm kite w
Madan m sa ap ba ou bon diri

Eme bèl ti fanm ke ou genyen
Ti fanm sa p’ap janm kite w
Li p’ap fè w fè jalouzi
Eme bèl madanm ke ou genyen
Madanm sa p’ap janm kite w
Madan m sa ap ba ou bon diri

Please baby, Please
Mwen ta renmen wè ou tonight
Mwen ta renmen ba w bon love tonight
M oblije ba ou li
M oblije ba ou li
Please baby, Please
Mwen ta renmen wè ou tonight
Mwen ta renmen ba w bon love tonight
M oblije ba ou li
M oblije ba ou li

Speech:
« Ou tande bèf ale wè kòn
Mennen m bwè krèm se ou k ka fè l
Peye peye w hein hein
Tout lajounen ou nan yon gagè
W’ap bat kòk
Ou pa ta di se vre
Monchè se pou mwen ou ye »




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