Se eu uso a manga da camisa que é dobrada
A calça bag e bem rasgada, porque eu sou fulero
Se eu vou pro centro no domingo do perfume
Eu uso um pingo que deixa fedendo o prédio inteiro

Pente redondo tem
'Cê me pergunta, eu lhe respondo
Eu tomo pinga com a Domingas, dançando curtindo o Wando
Eu não consigo nem
Levantar pra mudar o disco
Um bicho velho, cheio de risco, mal serve pra abanar
Eu 'to comendo bem
No restaurante, morte lenta
A cozinheira é uma nojenta que vive limpando a venta no avental
Eu 'to passando mal, 'to com saudade de mainha

Oh, mãe!
Vê se me manda um dinheiro
Que eu 'to no banheiro
Não tem nem papel pra cagar

Oh, mãe!
Esse seu filho é maneiro
Aqui no estrangeiro nenhuma mulher que me dar (ninguém, ninguém)

Meu cabelo, eu não sei quem rapou
Entupiu a privada, entupiu ai, meu Deus

Oh oh
Ah ah, uh, eae eae eae eae

'Cê é bonito, 'cê é bonito, 'cê é bonito demais
'Ocê é um cara maneiro
'Cê é bonito, 'cê é bonito, 'cê é bonito demais
Bonito mais que o mundo inteiro

'Cê é bonito, 'cê é bonito, 'cê é bonito demais
'Cê é bonito ('cê é bonito, 'cê é bonito demais) uh!

Oi, ai, ai, ai, ai
Oh, mãe!
Vê se me manda um dinheiro
Que eu 'to no banheiro
Não tem nem pa- (não tem, não tem)

Oh, mãe!
Esse seu filho é maneiro
Aqui no estrangeiro (ninguém, ninguém)

Alright, alright, alright

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    Essa musica é legal...

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