Esto va suave, sabe bien suave
Suave, suave, sabe bien suave
Esto va suave, sabe bien suave
Suave, suave, sabe bien suave

Esto va suave, sabe bien suave
Suave, suave, sabe bien suave
Esto va suave
¿Quieres un poco de casabe pa' ver cómo sabe?

Aunque no quepa, métele con pepa
De pura sepa le someto a cualquier arepa
Me voy con to' y jaqueca, pa' que lo sepa'
Yo sé que tú quieres chuparme las quenepa'

Aunque no sean de Ponce
No importa que no sean ni de oro, ni de plata, ni de bronce
Lo que sé es que te gusta el roce
También sé que te gusta mi elefante como tose

Échate pa' lao', cambia la pose
Quiero escucharte con diferentes voces
Métele chambón que ya mismo son las doce
Y te quiero dar pa' abajo hasta las catorce

A ti te gusta montar y que te monten
Te gusta que te los desembolsen y te lo embolsen
Con tanta crema pareces un Molten
Si no quieres que se enteren nos vamos por clave morse

Esto va suave, sabe bien suave
Suave, suave, sabe bien suave
Esto va suave, sabe bien suave
Suave, suave, sabe bien suave

Esto va suave, sabe bien suave
Suave, suave, sabe bien suave
Esto va suave
¿Quieres un poco de casabe pa' ver cómo sabe?

Yo quiero beber agua de ese pozo chocolatoso
Embriagarme con tu caldo de oso hasta ver borroso
No importa si está salao' o está soso
Porque estoy monchoso

Atea, diabólica o católica
No importa, todas gritan igual como sinfónica
¿Quieres soplar un poco la armónica?
Pa' que tragues vitamina supersónica

Le meto turbo con los dedos curvo'
Ambidiestro, a lo derecho y a lo zurdo
Mija, usted elija, lengua por la vejiga o por la verija
Quítale el candao' a tu rendija

Que tú sabes que tú eres part-time, tú no eres fija
Así que no me exijas
Vamos a echarle masilla a tu vasija
Y después pasarle lija

Tengo la pija mirando pa' tu balsa
Ella te calza aunque estés descalza
Vamos a echarte salsa
No te hagas de rogar, no seas falsa
Avanza ponte mansa

Esto es carnicería a lo Camboya
Vamos a sudar mucha salsa soya
Hasta oler a cebolla
Aquí llegó tu caballo de Troya, a calentar la olla

Fúmate una polla
Pa' que flotes sin usar una boya
Llegó el que se enrolla y se desenrolla
El ingeniero del sexo, Mister Destroyer

El señor "Sausage"
El que te alegra la noche
El que cierra cualquier episodio con broche de oro
El que te pone los cuernos de toro
Más vaquero que un Marlboro, ahora vámonos pa'l coro

Esto va suave, sabe bien suave
Suave, suave, sabe bien suave
Esto va suave, sabe bien suave
Suave, suave, sabe bien suave

Esto va suave, sabe bien suave
Suave, suave, sabe bien suave
Esto va suave
¿Quieres un poco de casabe pa' ver cómo sabe?


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