Cuban girls Cuban girls
Puerto Rican girls Puerto Rican girls
Mexican girls Mexican girls
Spanish girls Spanish girls
I like 'em girls, girls
Latin girls, Latin girls
Latin girls, what's happenin' girls
What's happenin' girls, what's happenin'?

I like Latin, them Latin women
An' they love me 'cause
I'm that man with
Coconuts and chocolate skin
I'm that mocha masculine
Feminines that are Latin
Call your friends and call your cousins
Cause I know you got dozens of them
Marias, Elizabeth, Sonias, and Blancas
When I see you, you can get boned if you want to
Yo quiero and I'm sincero
If you never had an eechee
Let me be your primo
We could hit the channel, we can dance the bolero
Have a shopping spree and you can spend my dinero but
I wish you was more like J. Lo 'cause
Love don't cost a thing
So won't you let this king
Love the queen of Argentina
Girl you know you know what I mean
Cause I like them


Que on da quieres con mi
Mira mucha cha esto para ti
Latina chichana por mi
Mas finas me gustan asi
Mira a, mira a mami
Esperate, esperate, esperate aqui
We could connect and act humanly
Indulge in animalistic swing
We could have conversation or
Sexual relation or
We can explore find out more about
Things we've done before
Whether it be kinky thoughts
I'm gon' make your chonies drop
Watch mister shorty rock I'll rock your sticky spot
Hombre lumbre known to make it hot
I'll make you drip drop
They call me Cum-a-lot
I like 'em


Para mi so sera
Para ti sera para ti
Empty eyes
Fue goden trode mi
Say Latin girls Latin girls

Pasa senorita
You're a brown skin mama
A yo mama sana wanna take you to Havana
We could get down every day of the semana
Dance to the music and follow the guitara
Come on...
Dame un mento y lo bevo con un beso
Take you to Phillip-pines
Then you don't have to spend a peso
We got connections like a novel to a reader
I can relate 'cause Latin girls look Filipina
Check your history there's no mystery between us
Destiny made it possible to be us
I know about your culture 'cause it's mixed with mine
We go together well just like beats and rhymes
Tequilas and limes
So let's combine
And I'll say it one more time
I like them...


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Latin Girls Lyrics as written by Will Adams Allan Pineda

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    i like this song... especially the latin beat at the end of it...

    landeron June 17, 2005   Link
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    this is my mates favoutrie song on elephunk.. and i can see why.. its catchy.. and definately different

    smooth_annon January 08, 2006   Link

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