JUMPI

Jum-pi jum-pi sal-ta màs al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi màs al-to màa al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi sal-ta màs al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi màs al-to màa al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi sal-ta màs al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi màs al-to màa al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi sal-tà màs al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi màs al-to màa al-to
En ca-da pla-ne-ta haymu si-ca dis-tin-ta boy gen-te di-fe-ren-te gen-te guay en Pa-ris o Bom-bay
Que-da-te con es-to es to lo que im-por-ta
Re-gae hea-vypunk me-ren-gue rap y sal-sa
El rit-mo de la cal-le si-guesien-doel masfuer-te
Blues y jazz hard core tri-ki-ti-xa
El rit-mo de la cal-le u-ne a la gen-te Boy
Del sur pa'l nor-te
Del es-te pa'l o es-te
De a-ba-jo par a-ri-ba
Go-za-lo go-za-lo
Mas al-to mas al-to
Mas al-to mas al-to
ho-ra ponten pie
Qui es-to esdi-fe-ren-te
Mu-si-ca la-ti-na y rit-mo de la ca-lle
No te
Jum-pi jum-pi sal-ta màs al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi màs al-to màa al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi sal-ta màs al-to
Jum-pi jum-pi màs al-to màa al-to

Jumpi, Jumpi, salta más alto
Jumpi, Jumpi, más alto, más alto.

En cada planeta hay música distinta, gente diferente
Gente guay en París o Bombáy
Quédate con esto, es tó' lo que importa.
Reggae, heavy, punk, merengue, rap y salsa
El ritmo de la calle sigue siendo el mas fuerte.
Blues y jazz, hard core, trikitixa
El ritmo de la calle une a la gente
Del sur pa'l norte
Del este pa'l oeste
De abajo para arriba
Gózalo, gózalo.

Vince, chef de garnison, envoie circulaire,
Nouvelle mission, ouvre tes oreilles,
Laisse faire le son et même les cartes vermeilles
Rebondiront jusqu'au plafond.
Si dans cinq secondes par malheur t'as pas décollé
J'me recicle hors saison, baraque à frites St Tropez,
Alors mets moi toi à l'aise, parterre de braises, genuflexion et saute, saute...

Latino-Americano hasta la muerte
Es un sentido musical que está aquí presente
Y si tú quieres guarachar no te lo prohibo
Escucha, mira mami ¿ Qué ? lo que te digo :
Y sigo dando un swing sabroso, porque está el motivo,
Persigo bien la rima, no te le prohibo,
Para que te sientas bien yo te lo he traido
Que te tengas que mover esto es lo que pido.

Ahora ponte en pie
Que esto es differente
Música latina y ritmo de la calle
No te quedes tirado
Que el baile es africano
Te lo dice, te lo dice, te lo dice el Sargento

Música mestiza
Que todo el mundo la goza
Gózala, gózala
De abajo para arriba
¡ Gózala, gózala !
En el suelo y en el ciel
¡ Gózala, gózala !


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JUMPI Lyrics as written by Bruno Garcia Simon Andrieux

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