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Lapiro alias Ndinga Man,
Né Pierre Roger Sandjo à Mbanga.
Lapiro, musicien chevronné, ne bi so ?
Ouais ! Ouais !

Lapiro, Ndinga Man Numéro Un,
C’est comme ça, no ?
Yes ! Yes !
Tara no make erreur !
Lapiro, véritable small no bi sick,
Enfant terrible de la maison,
No be so ?
Yes ! Yes !

En avant Tara !
Go before, go before Tara !
We day for youa back Tara !
Motion ! Motion de soutien !
Lapiro, djintete Ndinga Man
Wei yi dei Mbanga, no be so ?
Ouais ! Ouais !

Yi own musique na musique
Pour les damnés de la terre, n’est-ce pas ?
Yes ! Yes !
Lapiro, président des sauveteurs, no be so ?
Ouais ! Ouais !
Yi own musique na musique
For les laissés-pour-compte, non ?
Biensûr ! Biensûr!

Bête noire des fossoyeurs
De la république, no be so ?
Ouais ! Ouais !
Lapiro, emmerdeur politique,
C’est comme ça,,non ?
Yes ! Yes !

La voix des sans voix, no be so ?
Biensûr ! Biensûr!
Yi own musique na for
Put shame for djintete dem head, no be so ?
Oui ! Oui !

Trouble-fête insupportable, n’est-ce pas ?
Killjoy, no be so ? Yes ! Yes !

Hymne des déshérités, no be so ?
Ouais ! Ouais !

Appel de clairon pour la révolution
No be so ?
Biensûr ! Biensûr!

Chant de libération
C’est comme ca, non ?
Yes ! Yes !

Hymne de dissidence, no be so ?
Ouais ! Ouais !
Hymne funèbre des orphelins, no be so ?
Yes ! Yes !

Gee me chance make I shake ma skin,
Makossa dei me for foot !
Dégagez ! Dégagez !
J’ai envie de danser le makossa.
Gee me road make I shake ma kongolibon!
Makossa dei me for head !
Mouf me de make I shake ma waist,
Makossa dei me for lass !
Put me for dong make I shake ma banja,
Makossa dei me side by side !
Bukulu ! Bukulu ! Saka ! Saka !
Dansez! Dance! Ku yi rawa !

Lapiro, CPDM pet peeve, oye !
Lapiro, Mbiya’s nightmare, oye !
Lapiro de Mbanga, tête brulée, oye !
Lapiro Ndinga Man, oye !
Lapiro ! Albatros de Popol, oye !

© vakunta 2010

Big Neck

Is it the pain worth?

A soul shall fly away
With wingless wings
The Piper blows the tone
Dinga falls
It is the pain worth?

A soul shall fade away
Eyes wide open
In the midnight silence
No safe heaven in sight
Nor ark to drift
Draperies desolately fall
A pale pall unfolds
It is the pain worth?

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