Dile a papa que me voy de la ciudad, dile a los chicos
que no volvere más
voy en un coche que robe anoche a un tipo listo que iba a ligar
es un spider con dos asientos coje dos tiempos sin apretar
dile a papa que me voy de la ciudad dile a los chicos que no volvere mas
en la autopista las rayas bailan como coristas de cabaret
las patrullas de carreteras pintan panteras en el arsen
quema los rascacielos, quema los postes dela luz y los camiones de bomberos quema los tribunales, quema todos los bares porque no voy a volver hay...
dile a papa que me voy de la ciudad dile a los chicos que no volvere mas
los camioneros culegan sonrisas del parabrisas cuando me ven soy la princesa de la autopista y hasta los polis besan mis pies
quiero llegar muy lejos casi casi hasta el final donde nadie da concejos pasando la frontera con una calavera tatuada en el cristal
voy en un coche que robe anoche a un tipo listo que iba a ligar dije mi amor voy por cigarrillos y una ves dentro le meti gas el muy cretino me tiro un beso por el espejo retrovisor ahora la luna pasa la noche oyendo el ruido de mi motor los tipos duros pasan apuros cuando se cruzan por mi carril y en el cielo todos los santos son de mi bando y rezan por mi
dile a papa que me voy de la ciudad dile a los chicos que no volvere mas (3 x)

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