Este roncito me calienta el cuerpo,
Me pone de buen humor y me quita el dolor,
Meneíto pa'quí, meneíto pa'llá,
Estamos calentitos, ¡Vamonos de marcha!
No more no más problemas del coco,
Escucha el consejo del Sargento
Baila, canta, salta, dale marcha al cuerpo
¡Que cuando yo estoy aquí no hay posse muerto!

No, no, no, no, no, mamá aquí no hay posse muerto,
No, no, no, no, no, ¡Cuando viene el Sargento!
Mojemonos con este roncito,
Con este mojito no se queda nadie seco.

La vida yo me la como con salsa piquante,
Me la co, me la co, me la como con salsa agridulce,
Con salsa colombiana, de la que llaman maría,
Con salsa cubana y puertoriqueña,
Amigo la música me lleva y olvido mis problemas,
Bailando con este ritmo ¡Esto sí que me gusta!
Me lo co, me lo co, me lo como porque soy el Sargento,
¡Yo me lo como todo porque tengo buen apetito!

No, no, no, no, no, mamá aquí no hay posse muerto,
No, no, no, no, no, ¡Cuando viene el Sargento!
Mojemonos con este roncito,
Con este mojito no se queda nadia seco.

Fenomenomenal yo no soy general,
Fenomenomenal soy un brujo musical,
Fenomenomenal con sonido digital,
¡Fenomenomenal desde París tropical!

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