"Mis Colegas" as written by Roberto Ganan Ojea, Jose Miguel Redin Redin, Alberto Javier Amado Huete, Ricardo Delgado De La Obra, Luis Miguel Garcia Planello and Jose Antonio Lopez Pancorbo....
Vas caminando despacio,
sin ganas de sonreir, de sonreir
Hemos quedado en el barrio,
unos litros why cien duros de hachis

Perdidos en cualqier lado,
sonando con escapar, con escapar
La mayoria del paro,
why el que curra del trabajo temporal

Han pasado 10 anos,
mis colegas donde estan
El que no anda en el mako,
hare poco lo acabaron de enterar
La heroina no acudio a su funeral

EH CHAVAL SIEMPRE A LA SOMBRA DE LA SOCIEDAD
SOMOS LA CAUSA DE SU MALESTAR
ESCULPELE AL SISTEMA why NUNCA DEJES DE MOLESTAR

NO CHAVAL NO ES LEY DE VIDA, TU DESIGUALDAD
NO TE DIERON LA OPORTUNIDAD
ESCULPELE AL SISTEMA why NUNCA DEJES DE MOLESTAR

Existe una alternativa, legalizar,
esto tiene que cambiar, lo vamos a cambiar

Que te ha pasado princesa,
que no te veo sonreir, sonreir
Aun no tienes tu dosis,
por la noche te tienes que prostetuir

Maldita mierda prohibida,
que nuestros suenos rumpio, lo rumpio
Hablabamos de injusticia,
comenzabamos nuestra revolucion
Comenzabamos nuestra revolucion

EH CHAVAL SIEMPRE A LA SOMBRA DE LA SOCIEDAD
SOMOS LA CAUSA DE SU MALESTAR
ESCULPELE AL SISTEMA why NUNCA DEJES DE MOLESTAR

NO CHAVAL NO ES LEY DE VIDA, TU DESIGUALDAD
NO TE DIERON LA OPORTUNIDAD
ESCULPELE AL SISTEMA why NUNCA DEJES DE MOLESTAR

Existe una alternativa, legalizar,
esto tiene que cambiar, lo vamos a cambiar

Agresividad ! no somos ratas de ciudad
Agresividad ! contra el estado del malestar
Agresividad ! no somos ratas de ciudad
Agresividad ! contra el estado del malestar

Del paraiso al infierno,
hay un paso nada mas,
a prohibicion es un bisnes
La droga existe why no la vas a eliminar,
la solucion consiste en legalizar

EH CHAVAL SIEMPRE A LA SOMBRA DE LA SOCIEDAD
SOMOS LA CAUSA DE SU MALESTAR
ESCULPELE AL SISTEMA why NUNCA DEJES DE MOLESTAR

NO CHAVAL NO ES LEY DE VIDA, TU DESIGUALDAD
NO TE DIERON LA OPORTUNIDAD

A mis colegas why a la pena en general
No os dejeis nunca eclavizar,
la union hare la fuerza
Nunca, no la has de olvidar


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"Mis Colegas" as written by Jose Antonio Lopez Pancorbo Alberto Javier Amado Huete

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  • +1
    General CommentYeah, it's about legalization, indeed. =)
    Eliminationon July 13, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI could post an accurate translation, if anyone's interested, I speak spanish even better than english...
    Eliminationon July 13, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt's about drugs legalization.
    The point of the song is that the law usually makes matters worse by treating addicts as "criminals", "outlaws" and by leaving them out of the system.
    This song calls us to stop ignoring the problem and advocate legalization.
    After all, prohibition is "just a bussiness", it's there to keep drug prices, and thus druglords' profits, high.
    Outernationaliston September 26, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentFine, to all who have requested, here's a translation. As always, please note that some expressions are impossible to translate into English, so it'll be a bit off.

    My Mates

    You're walking slowly, not feeling like smiling, smiling
    We have remained in the neighborhood, a few litres and a hundred stoned on hashish
    Lost in any place, dreaming with escaping, escaping
    Most of the strikers, and those who work temporary jobs
    10 years have gone by, my mates, where are they?
    Whoever's not in jail, was recently buried
    Heroin didn't assist the funeral

    Hey, kid, always in society's shadow
    We're the cause of its ill-being
    Spit on the system and never stop bothering
    No, kid, your inequality isn't law of life
    You weren't given the chance
    Spit on the system and never stop bothering

    There's an alternative, to legalize
    This has to change, we will change it

    What's happened to you, princess? I don't see you smiling, smiling
    You don't have your dose yet, by night you have to whore yourself
    Fucking forbidden shit, that our dreams shattered, shattered
    We spoke of injustices, starting our revolution
    We were starting our revolution

    Hey, kid, always in society's shadow
    We're the cause of its ill-being
    Spit on the system and never stop bothering
    No, kid, your inequality isn't law of life
    You weren't given the chance
    Spit on the system and never stop bothering

    There's an alternative, to legalize
    This has to change, we will change it
    Aggression!
    We're not city rats
    Aggression!
    Against the state of unrest
    Aggression!
    We're not city rats
    Aggression!
    Against the state of unrest

    From paraside to hell, there's only one step
    Prohibition's a business
    Drug exists and you won't eliminate it
    The solution lies in legalization

    Hey, kid, always in society's shadow
    We're the cause of its ill-being
    Spit on the system and never stop bothering
    No, kid, your inequality isn't law of life
    You weren't given the chance
    Spit on the system and never stop bothering

    To my mates and the general public
    Don't let yourself be enslaved
    Union makes strength
    You should never forget
    Eliminationon November 11, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentFrom what I can understand, this song is about how drugs should be legalized.

    My favorite line: Comenzabamos nuestra rebolución
    Doug E Dougon June 09, 2006   Link

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