No hay mas bonito en la vida
como esto que ahora yo siento
por eso con toda mi alma
canto por que ando contento

Vamos a brindar senores
y que muera el sentimiento

Cerveza al tiempo no quiero
sirvame de la hielera
hoy traigo ganas de darme
una buena borrachera

Y llevarle serenata
a la mujer que mas quiera

Amigos tengo de sobra
y mujeres de a monton
pero esa de ojitos verdes
me hizo perder la razon

Porque la llevo clavada
dentro de mi corazon

La cerveza es pa' tomarse
pa' comprar es el dinero
mis ojos para mirar
a la mujer que mas quiero

Y si ella me despreciara
por su amor borracho muero

Me gusta gozar la vida
por eso vivo cantando
aunque me sienta borracho
yo voy a seguir tomando

Ponganle hielo a las otras
que ya se estan calentando

Adios todos mis amigos
ahi les dejo la hielera
ya me despido de ustedes
por que mi amada me espera

Nomas le doy serenata
seguimos la borrachera

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