El mismo 'e siempre (Don)
(Don, Don, Don, Don)
The Chosen Few (Don O-mar)

Bailen, yales
Muevan, suden
Sientan, el poder
Del reggaetón latino

Bailen, yales
Muevan, suden
Sientan, el poder
Del reggaetón latino (oh, oh, oh)

Lúcete modelo, coge vuelo
Revuélcate el pelo aunque a tu gato le den celo'
Eso, salvaje, rómpete el traje
No haga aguaje, baila con lo que te traje

Soltura, pa' que mueva la cintura
Con letra dura, sin corte, y pura
Dale, mami, que Don te asegura
Que esta noche está tu cura

Bailen, yales
Muevan, suden
Sientan, el poder
Del reggaetón latino

Bailen, yales
Muevan, suden
Sientan, el poder
Del reggaetón latino (oh, oh, oh)

(Glow) vamos cázala (cázame)
Dale, sin miedo, persíguela (persígueme)
No te cohíbas, acorrálala (acorrálame)
A los ojos mírala no pierda el tiempo

Y si se puede bésala (bésame)
Vamos, sedúcela (sedúceme)
Por el cuello muérdela (muérdeme)
Sin pensarlo vírala, dale un roce
Caliéntala, arúñala (rawr)

Bailen, yales
Muevan, suden
Sientan, el poder
Del reggaetón latino

Bailen, yales
Muevan, suden
Sientan, el poder
Del reggaetón latino (oh, oh, oh)

Eliel, el mismo 'e siempre
(Don) pocos elegidos
Don, Don
The Chosen Few (Don)

Bailen (bésame)
Muevan (sedúceme)
Sientan (muérdeme)
Del reggaetón latino
Del reggaetón latino
Del reggaetón latino
Del reggaetón latino
Don O-mar, el mismo de siempre (Don)


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Reggaeton Latino Lyrics as written by Victor Santiago Joseph Cartagena

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