El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti
El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti

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Estoy harto, ya no aguanto ni un momento a tu mamá
Me molesta todo el tiempo, no me deja respirar
Que soy gordo, que soy flojo, que también soy un Don Juan
Que se me hace que a la doña que ya no le da para acá

Y dice así
Kumbia Kings

El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti
El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti

Azuquitar
Azuquitar
Azuquitar
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Si te invito para el baile, ella no puede faltar
Los domingos en la playa ya se quiere acomodar
Si te quiero dar un beso, nos tenemos que apurar
Porque si ella nos descubre, ay la que se nos va a armar

Y dice así
Kumbia Kings

El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti
El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti

Azuquitar
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A ver esas palmas
Con el ritmo
De Fito y los Kumbia Kings

El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti
El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti

Azuquitar
Azuquitar
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Azuquitar

El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti
El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti

Azuquitar
Azuquitar
Azuquitar
Azuquitar

El ritmo que traigo es azúcar
Azúcar pa' ti


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