Visite nuestro hotel, visite nuestro hotel
Nuestro recepcionista se masturba con los pies
Tenemos un travelo que la chupa por 3000
Regentan los servicios pajilleras de postín
Aquí todo es genial y sólo hay diversión
Los viernes por la noche sorteamos un riñón
Rifamos un cadáver y también un gran pastel
El metre hace un striptease y se corre encima de él
si sueña con eunucos que eyaculan en su piel
No se lo piense más, visite nuestro hotel
Tenemos un gran show donde podrá usted ver
Cipotes diminutos que se bailan un claqué
Un mago hermafrodita, un fakir de verdad
Violando sobre pinchos a una menor de edad
Y siempre es carnaval y todo es diversión
Incluso hay un botones que no lleva pantalón
Chaperos, felatrices, transformistas y drag queens
Exóticos manjares cocinados con hachis
Si alquila videos porno desde que era un bebé no se lo piense...
Visite nuestro hotel, visite nuestro hotel
Hay grandes novedades preparadas este mes
Enanos sadomaso, coños que hablan en latín
Pezones traspasados infectados con orín
Que siga el mogollón, que siga el carnaval
Marcando el (0) obtiene un beso bucogenital
Hoy mismo en exclusiva y por primera vez
Actuará Caín porculizando a Abel
Si piensa que lo ha visto todo en vicio y persión
visite nuestro hotel descubrirá que no...




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