Desempregado e falido
Andava pela rua largado e fodido
Achou na rua uma carteira recheada de dólar
Acabou-se a miséria
Foi-se o tempo da esmola

Rubão, um bom rapaz
Vive largado, desempregado e falido
Achou na rua uma carteira recheada de dólar
Acabou-se a miséria
Foi-se o tempo da esmola

Rubão, Rubão
Pagou pra ver, tcharro ladrão
Qual é o sentido da vida?
Rubão, Rubão
Pagou pra ver, tcharro ladrão
Desiludido da vida

Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
For fun, for fun

Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
For fun, for fun

Catou várias mulheres
Convocou os amigos
Comprou todo o sistema
Mandou matar os inimigos

Catou várias mulheres
Convocou os amigos
Comprou todo o sistema
Mandou matar os inimigos

Rubão, Rubão
Pagou pra ver, tcharro ladrão
Desiludido da vida
Rubão, Rubão
Pagou pra ver, tcharro ladrão
Qual é o sentido da vida?

Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
For fun, for fun

Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
For fun, for fun

Charlie Brown
Isso é Charlie Brown, mané

Rubão, Rubão
Pagou pra ver, tcharro ladrão
Qual é o sentido da vida?
Rubão, Rubão
Pagou pra ver, tcharro ladrão
Desiludido da vida

Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
Pretty bitch for fun
For fun, for fun


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Rubão - O Dono Do Mundo Lyrics as written by Marco Antonio Valentim Britto Junior Alexandre Magno Abrao

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