Quadras e quadras e quadras "b boys" capoeiristas
Velhos sonhos, novos nomes na avenida
O folclore é hardcore, e ataca o nosso momento
Abre a roda quem tá fora e quem tá dentro participa,
O folclore é hardcore, instiga alegria
Em respeito do homem ao tambor,
Do rítmo que domina com louvor
Do fato de estarmos juntos sem pavor,
Pois o instinto é coletivo meu senhor.

Eu represento o instinto coletivo

É domingo e só temos uma opção
As caixas são grandes
O som tem que ser alto
Pra tocar a multidão
E pra dançar não faz seleção
Pro homem do samba, pro homem do funk, pro homem do branga
Ruarup e o Boi Mamão
Nossa identidade é nosso far
E dentro de uma área de exclusão
Afrika Bambaata padre Cícero e Lampião
Contra a mente de exclusão, sempre souberam
Que o instinto é coletivo meu irmão

Eu represento o instinto coletivo
O Rappa from Brasil
Third world posse on the bill
O Rappa from Brasil
Essa dança não faz seleção
Pro homem do samba, pro homem do funk, pro homem do bangra
Baile da furacão, folia de reis
Ruarup e o boi Mamão
Nossa identidade é nosso lar
E dentro dessa área de exclusão
Comandante Marcos Afrika Bambaata padre Cícero e Lampião
Contra a mente de exclusão, sempre souberam
Que o instinto coletivo meu irmão
When you see mypassaport number
You don't see my culture
You don't see me.

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