Apocalypshit (1999)

Baila rica nena, sabrosito, baila rica nena, mas pegadito
me gusta chichi, me gusta chacha, yo quiero que me des, que me des papaya

Estas en tu casa tan triste y tan sola
nada que hacer y estas picandote la cola
yo te recomiendo para tu calentura
que vayas a la tienda por un bote de pintura
consigas un mango,el mango de un hacha
y luego te la ensartes en la cucaracha
si no te es suficiente y no te prendió la mecha,
sigues caliente y no quedaste satisfecha
ve por un mango, el mango de un martillo
ponle vaselina y metetelo en el fundillo
si ya se te acabo toda la vaselina
y vez un güey de azul parado en una esquina
que estas esperando pa'pintarlo de rojo
no lo pintes café, que asi no me lo cojo

Baila rica nena, sabrosito, baila rica nena, mas pegadito
me gusta chichi, me gusta chacha, yo quiero que me des
que me des papaya
Cada vez que te miro se me para, cada vez que te miro se me para
mi corazon, se me para, mi corazon, se me para.

No se y no me importa con quien te hayas metido
pero ese culo parece radioactivo
no quiero ser RH positivo
por eso me pongo doble preservativo
y es que me gusta pelo rudo
que a veces contigo me pongo muy duro
y es que me gusta tanto tu pelo
romponponpon, romponponpon
Porque cada que te miro me crece
Porque cada que te miro me crece esta pena
alivianame amor a mandar un mensaje
me pone de malas, me lleva el coraje
rastaman, rastaman, rastamandita
parece una botella de chaparrita

Baila rica nena, sabrosito, baila rica nena, mas pegadito
me gusta chichi, me gusta chacha, yo quiero que me des
que me des papaya quiero que me des
que me des papaya quiero que me des
que me des papaya quiero que me des
que me des papaya

Quiero comprar boletito para que me baile mas pegadito
yo quiero comprar la taquilla para que pueda hacerle chichilla
yo quiero bailar con la rasta, yo quiero bailar con la rasta mandita
porque ella es como una botella, ella es una botella de chaparrita
ella es fea, tu te vez fea, levanta la cara para que te meia
rastaman, rastamandita mandita rasta, mandita rasta.
rastaman, rastaman, rastamandita
parece una botella de chaparrita

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