Soy un pervertido, soy un pervertido, cuando menos te lo esperas ya te la he metido
Soy un depravado, soy un depravado, cuando menos te lo esperas ya te la he clavado
Soy el chivi me gusta el sexo oral me gusta el sado
Sufrir violencia anal por un castrado
Hacerme pajas en los lavabos
El porno duro sodomizar ancianos mutilados
Me gusta provocar, ser descarado
Que soy el Chivi, que empiece el bacanal que ya he llegado
Soy un pervertido, soy un pervertido, bájate las bragas, quítate el vestido
Soy un depravado, soy un depravado, no te das ni cuenta y ya te la he clavaó
Que soy el Chivi me va el "menage a trois", follar a pelo
Usar ropa interior de terciopelo
Untarme el nabo con caramelo
Me gusta el gore, desenterrando cuerpos me divierto
¡Qué gran placer me da tirarme a un muerto!
Que soy el Chivi, vente conmigo, ven, te llevo al huerto...
Que soy el Chivi, que no te enteras tú, que no te enteras
No digas más y enséñame las peras, que sí, que sí, que sí
Que soy el Chivi, me va el sexo animal, tirarme a un perro
Vestirme de arlequín en un entierro
Que soy el Chivi, estoy fatal estoy como un cencerro...
Soy un pendenciero, soy un pendenciero, soy el albañil que tapa tu agujero
Soy un caso aparte, soy un caso aparte, trágate mi leche antes de acostarte...



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