Por la mañana yo me levanto
No me dan ganas de ir a trabajar
Subo a la Combi voy observando
Que toda la gente comienza a pasar
Por la avenida va circulando
El alma obrera de mi ciudad
Gente que siempre esta trabajando
Y su descanso lo ocupa pa soñar

Después de ocho horas de andar laborando
Desesperanza se siente en el hogar
Pues con la friega que hay a diario
Ya no alcanza pa progresar
Y así han pasado decenas de años
Pues en un mundo globalizado
La gente pobre no tiene lugar

Y la carencia, arriba
Y los salarios, abajo
Con lo que gano en esta empresa no me alcanza pa tragar
Y la carencia, arriba
Y los salarios abajo
Y yo le digo a mi Teresa no me voy a resignar
Y la carencia, arriba
Y los salarios ,abajo
Con lo que gano es esta empresa no me alcanza pa tragar
Y la carencia arriba
Y los salarios abajo
Y yo le digo a mi Teresa vente vamos a bailar porque

Ahí viene Antidoping
Ahí viene El salario
Ahí viene Santa sabina
Ahí viene La maldita
Ahí viene Los de abajo
Ahí viene El salón
Ahí viene Quien viene

Ahí viene el chile que te mantiene
Y en la cama te entretiene y en la boca lo retienes
Mejor trae a tu pareja y sóplale una oreja
Pa que mueva la cintura y le de la calentura y después
De la sobada ella ya no quiera nada y te diga
¡Que no, que no, que no, que no, que no, que no, que no!
Si escuchan panteon rococo mexiko stand no escucho el sax love

La joven, la joven
La joven, la joven
La joven, la joven
La joven, la joven
La joven, la joven
La joven, la joven
La joven, la joven

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    Es muy simple... habla dela globalizacion, de la clase obrera y que todo lo que tiene los pobres son carecias, lo ultimo todavia no le encuentro por que... cuando lo averigüe aqui me tendran explicandolo... ojála comenten mas de este grupo 100% mexicano, por k son de los mejores exponentes del Ska y merecen ser reconocidos
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