If you can read my lips
If you got junk in the trunk
C'mon get get low
Everybody, it's time to party

You got a J-Lo, aye aye aye
You can make a cholo, cry aye aye
Oh, you know you make me go aye aye aye
Oh aye aye aye, oh aye aye aye

Hey mamacita, my little chica
You got me loco singing aye aye aye
Hey señorita, nothing could be sweeter
We cross the border you and I aye aye

Hot salsa chick
Excuse me miss, aye aye aye
Gimme gimme amor, por favor
Everybody, it's time to party

You got a J-Lo, aye aye aye
You can make a cholo, cry aye aye
Oh, you know you make me go aye aye aye
Oh aye aye aye, oh aye aye aye

Hey mamacita, my little chica
You got me loco singing aye aye aye
Hey señorita, nothing could be sweeter
We cross the border you and I aye aye

Aye aye aye, oh aye aye aye, oh
You got me loco singing aye aye aye
Aye aye aye, oh aye aye aye, oh
You got me loco singing aye aye aye

She's drivin' me loco
Aye aye aye
Just make it shake
Just make it shake
Just make it shake
Aye aye aye

Oh, Oh, Oh
You got me loco singing aye aye aye

Hey mamacita, my little chica
You got me loco singing aye aye aye
Hey señorita, nothing could be sweeter
We cross the border you and I aye aye

Hey mamacita, my little chica
You got me loco singing aye aye aye


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