- ¡Hola Manué! ¿qué pasa? Mira, que estoy buscando...
- ¿A ver, cuánto quieres?
- Que no Manué, que no es eso, que estoy buscando un guitarrista
- ¿¡Para qué!?
- Para cantar con él..
Me estoy quitando.
Me estoy quitando.
Sólamente me pongo en vez en cuando
Estoy buscando al doctor pa que me de la receta
¡Para irme a una farmacia y ponerme ciego de anfetas!
Me estoy quitando. [mentira que te visto yo pal polígano...]
Me estoy quitando. [que no, que no era pa mí, que era pa otro que también...]
Se está quitando.
Estoy buscando al doctor pa que me dé la receta
pa olvidarme de tu amor y no volverme majareta.
Me estoy quitando. [¡Que no!]
Me estoy quitando. [¡Que si!]
Sólamente me pongo en vez en cuando.
Me estoy quitando. [¡Mentira!]
Me estoy quitando. [¡Que sí cojones!]
Sólamente me pongo en vez en cuando.
Me estoy quitando. [¡Que no me lo creo!]
Me estoy quitando. [¡Pues créetelo chaval!]
Sólamente me pongo en vez en cuando.
Me estoy quitando. [¡Leré!]
Me estoy quitando. [¡Lará!]
Sólamente me pongo en vez en cuando.

By Fistan Majere

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