Primavera, primavera
tetas y culos, culos y tetas
tetas y culos y culos y tetas.
Entonando esta tonada con lujuria desatada
por la calle de Alcalá con la minga reventá.
Era mediodía y la vida sonreía.
Me movía con torpeza, iba jarto de cerveza
y vino.
Un golpe de estado, por mi rabo comandado,
me acababa de robar toda opción de razonar.
¡Secuestradas mis neuronas por la vil testosterona!
Catastrófico final, me he quedado subnormal
del todo.
Primavera, primavera
tetas y culos, culos y tetas
tetas y culos y culos y tetas.
Viejos verdes y rameras copulaban en la acera,
practicando el sexo anal con sus látigos y tal.
Ambulancias con sirena daban marcha de la buena
con su alegre bacalao, transportando algún finao
a la morgue.
El asunto que se anima, ya me estoy follando encima
y el cacharro de pecar se me puede gangrenar.
Superando mis medidas y temiendo por mi vida,
ya no puedo caminar y me voy a desmayar
Primavera, primavera
tetas y culos y culos y tetas
tetas y culos y culos y tetas.
Fui detrás de un seto a romper con el asueto
y froté, froté, froté con la mano y con el pie.
Una gran riada pegajosa y condensada
y un cigarro para el pecho, que el amor te deja hecho
Luego tuve sueño, me dormí detrás de un meño
y soñé, soñé, soñé, no preguntes sobre qué.
Despertéme dolorido, los gallumbos adheridos,
y me dije: "¿de qué vas? ¿todavía quieres más?
¿qué es esto?"
Primavera, primavera
tetas y culos y culos y tetas
y tetas y culos y culos y tetas
y tetas y culos y culos y tetas.
Mira que eres coqueta.
Me van a salir agujetas en la bragueta.

By Fistan Majere

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