Clitóris
Clitóris, clitóris
Ah! Clitóris
Clitóris
Clitóris, clitóris
Oh! Clitóris

Genuflexório, ah! Genuflexório
Genuflexório, oh! Genuflexório

Virgem surja, ah! Surja suja
Corpo surja, oh! Mente surja imunda
Em cada berço que esse esperma espesso inunda
Em cada fosso que esse gozo grosso surja
Papanicolau, papanicolau
Papanicolau, papanicolau

Clitóris
Clitóris, clitóris
Ah! Clitóris
Clitóris
Clitóris, clitóris
Oh! Clitóris

Genuflexório, ah! Genuflexório
Genuflexório, oh! Genuflexório

Virgem surja, ah! Surja suja
Corpo surja, oh! Mente surja imunda
Em cada berço que esse esperma espesso inunda
Em cada fosso que esse gozo grosso surja
Papanicolau, papanicolau
Papanicolau, papanicolau


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