"Niño pontatudiá
sube para casahoramismo a merendar.
Niño, que no te vea má
tocándote el pito, quesotamumal.
Niño pontatrabajá
quetto de la crizi ta todo mumal.
Niño, que no te vea má
con lo cigarrito deso de liá.
Compral periódico, baja por el pan,
traeme la zapatilla, dame de fumá,
hazme la comía, deja de jugá.
¡Mira que te voy a dar!"
Y ya he descubierto cómo escapar:
Con el Bum-Brae, Bum-Brae puedo olvidar.
Todo se esfuma, todo da igual
cuando el BB, BB vuelve a sonar.
"Niño, algo va mal
estás mu delgao yeso nos normal.
Niño, ¿Que te pazati?
Por la mañana, no paras de dormir.
Tienes mala cara, estás de mal humor.
Caminas encorvado con cara de dolor.
Ya nunca juegas con el ordenador.
¡Vives en tu habitación!"
¡Todo es mentira, deja de hablar!
Con el BB, BB vuelvo a olvidar
no me tortures, quiero escapar
pero el BB, BB no me deja pensar.
"mira que bonito BB, BB,
tarde o temprano volverás".
No me provoques, ¡No quiero más!
con el BB, BB voy a palmar
fallan las fuerzas, vuelvo a jugar
y el BB, BB se convierte en mi hogar.

By Fistan Majere

Lyrics submitted by Fistan

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