Ten cuidado con él
No es lo que crees
Va de honesto
Te engañará
No te fíes de él
Duro con él
Sus discursos
Te embaucarán
Y ahora hay más
Y ahora vienen más

Desborda de ambición y nada le detiene
Y sabe darle al pico cuando le conviene

Se hará cantante de boleros o rockero
Si hay una manifestación ira el primero

Lo que reivindiquen
Lo mismo le da
Le importa la foto
Que es un punto a favor
De su promoción
Todo puede servir para trepar
Y ahora hay más, más
Cada día hay más
Picos de oro con carnet
Vienen más, más
Patria, ¿qué les das?
Pico de oro, te va bien

Le encanta pronunciar palabras bien sonantes
Y así disimular que es un ignorante
Quiere ser concejal de algún Ayuntamiento
Porque lo cultural, tío es el mejor invento
Y si es necesario
Para destacar
Cambiar de chaqueta cambiará su rubor de ropa interior
Porque el caso es pillar
Un buen lugar
Y ahora hay más, más
Cada día hay más
Picos de oro con carnet
Vienen más, más

Patria, ¿qué les das?
Pico de oro, yupi es
Le importa más a este país
Hablar en vez de hacer
Un pico de oro puede aquí
Al poder
Ten cuidado con él
Va de legal
Pero es sólo
Un charlatán
Ten cuidado con él
Duro con él
Con su labia fatal
Te hipnotizará
Y ahora hay más, más
Cada día hay más
Picos de oro con carnet
Vienen más, más
Patria, ¿qué les das?
Pico de oro, te va bien
Si a una fiesta en su honor
Te invitan por error
Te abrazará y te clavará
Un puñal
Por detrás

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Pico de Oro Lyrics as written by Jose Luis Campuzano Feito Hermes Orlando Calabria Mounic

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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