Apocalypshit (1999)

Su hermana le dice que se levante temprano
y asi lo esta chingando desde hace mas de un año
y el le dice que no, no le gusta trabajar
el no nacio para eso, tampoco pa'cantar
el es todo un naco y ese no es tu problema
mejor tu no opines si no quieres ver sus flemas
el fin de semana segura la cruda
la chela, los tacos, la nena segura
es mas, es mas, es mas que mi carnal
que viva el tequila, tambien el mezcal
mira pa'tras, veras que todo sigue igual
la misma puerca pero en otro corral

Ñero, ñero
ya todos sabemos quien es el mero mero
Ñero, ñero
La raza te quiere, te quiere ver de güero
Seguro a Acapulco pa'l fin de semana
y mientras yo cuido a tu hermana

El toma la vida como viene
de todas las cosas la que mas le conviene
el siempre ha vivido asi su vida
con buenas chiquitas y muy buenas bebidas
se ve que le gustan las buenas cosas
su novia es una güera que esta re-sabrosa
cantante de un bar que el visita a diario
donde solo se reune con altos funcionarios
tan acostumbrado a lo que vivimos
en esta miseria ya estamos jodidos
ya no hay vuelta de hoja, todo esta escrito
tendras que largarte por rumbo distinto.

Ñero, ñero
ya todos sabemos quien es el mero mero
Ñero, ñero
La raza te quiere, te quiere ver de güero
Seguro a Acapulco pa'l fin de semana
y mientras yo cuido a tu hermana

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