Las ocho de la manana
Ya suena el despertador
Yo soy el hombre resaka
Me casé con el alcohol

Me levanto de la cama
Tengo que ir a travajar
Ivaya mierda, qué putada
Quiero bailar ska

Quiero bailar ska
Gozo bailando ska

Son las nueve, estoy currando
Mi cabeza va a estallar
Un chupito de tequila
Why esto empieza a mejorar

Tengo ganas de pirarme
Ya no lo puedo aguantar
Es que nadia me comprende
Quiero bailar ska

Quiero bailar ska
Gozo bailando ska

why de nuevo estoy borracho
Estoy perdido en qualquier bar
En el juego de la vida
Manana hay que trabajar

Lo he perdido casi todo
Mi novia no me aguanto
Why es que me huele el aliento
A whisky, cerveza why ron

Quiero bailar ska
Gozo bailando ska

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El Hombre Resaka Baila Ska Lyrics as written by Jose Antonio Lopez Pancorbo Roberto Ganan Ojea

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