Estás cansado de hacerle al gandaya
Porque eres tierno y te crees un canalla
Estás cansado de burlarte de mí
Estás cansado de aburrirte de ti

Por eso te recomiendo que a tu desayuno
Le pongas veneno del bueno
Por eso te recomiendo que a tu desayuno
Le pongas veneno del bueno

Y si te gustan emociones fuertes
Y si te gustan emociones fuertes
Por qué no te tumbas los dientes
Y ves cuánto aguantas prendiéndote cuetes

Por qué no te tumbas los dientes
Y ves cuánto aguantas prendiéndote cuetes
A mí se me hace que estás asustado
Y es que eres tierno y eres un tarado

Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté
Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté

Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté
Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté

Y si te late ponernos los cuernos
Por qué no te largas, te vas al infierno
Y le comentas a Satanás
Que vienes de parte del Huidos
Que no quiero verte jamás

Y si te pasa, y si te pasa, por qué no te pasas
A mejor vida, y si te infectas del virus del SIDA
Y así me dejas de molestar
Y si te pasa el reventarte

Por qué no mejor te revientas la madre
Por qué no mejor te revientas la madre
Por qué no mejor te revientas la madre
Por qué no mejor te revientas la madre

Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté
Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté

Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté
Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté

Y si te piensas que eres muy llevado
Y si te piensas que eres muy llevado
Por qué no te lleva, te lleva el carajo
Te lleva el carajo y te cambias de trabajo
Cambias de trabajo y te cambias de oficio
Cambias de oficio, aviéntate de un precipicio

Ya de perdida aviéntate de un edificio
Ya de perdida aviéntate de un edificio

Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté
Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté

Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté
Matate Teté, que te mates Teté
Te digo que te mates, que te mates Teté


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