Cada día me revientan más
Las putas leyes religiosas, su conducta moral
Su mejor remedio al SIDA es la virginidad

La religión, desde la Inquisición
Ejerce poderosa y dura represión
A todo lo que se llama Sexo y libertad

¡Ay!¡ay!¡ay!¡ay!¡ay!
Disfruta de la vida y a follar que son dos días
Y que nadie te reprima, rebelión contra la hipocresía

Hoy en día, en nuestra generación
Lo que dice el catecismo no lo cumple ni Dios
Ni siquiera el que presume de conservador

He aquí la hipocresía moral
La que sufrieron nuestros viejos sin placer carnal
Delimitando su Sexo para procrear

¡Ay!¡ay!¡ay!¡ay!¡ay!
Disfruta de la vida y a follar que son dos días
Y que nadie te reprima, rebelión contra la hipocresía

¡Sexo! Libertad
¡Anarkía! Sexual
¡Sexo! Libertad
¡Anarkía! ¡Anarkía!

¡Sexo! Libertad
¡Sexo! Anarkía

Nadie te debe imponer jamás
Haz lo que quieras con tu cuerpo en plena libertad
Masturbación, penetración, practica sexo oral

Y si luchas por la libertad
No se te olvide, hermano, el homosexual
Que ya sufrieron bastante en clandestinidad

¡ay!¡ay!¡ay!¡ay!¡ay!
Disfruta de la vida y a follar que son dos días
Y que nadie te reprima, rebelión contra la hipocresía

¡Sexo! Libertad
Esta es mi cabeza, mi cerebro, mis orejas
Yo ya tengo mi moralidad
Disfruta de la vida y a follar, que son dos días
Y que nadie te reprima, rebelión contra la hipocresía

Iros a la mierda y dejadnos de una vez en paz


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    This song is about preconception about sex, and descreminated people (specially gays) by religion.

    Lockedon March 01, 2006   Link

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