Este exorcismo me la pelafustán
Y también su malinchismo me la pelafustán
Me los paso por arriba y me la pelafustán
Y también por abajo y me la pelafustán

Pues somos los comemierdas más grandes de todos
Es lo que aprendimos por vivir en el lodo
Toda mi vida yo pagué lo que ahora me cobro
La gente que me jodió es a la que ahora le jodo

Insúltame, escupeme, no voy a hacerte nada
Te invito a cenar y te llevo serenata
Toma mi coche, toma mi casa
Te llevo a Disneylandia pero rómpeme la cara

Hay una cosa que se llama Karma señores
De esa Karmacosa somos los cobradores
No somos justicieros ni vengadores
Solo cobramos Karma a los Karmapagadores
Contribuyentes o dirigentes
O que se pasen de inteligentes
Quieren corromperte y te corrompen los dientes

Este exorcismo me la pelafustán
Y también su malinchismo me la pelafustán
Me los paso por arriba y me la pelafustán
Dame la mano, ven a mi rebaño

(Fire) Ya estoy curado
(Fire) Ya estoy curado
(Fire) Ya estoy curado
Dame la mano, ven a mi rebaño

Son maldiciones, no son groserías
Esta es la música de mis profesías
No se en que trabajes no se a que te dedicas
Mínimo escorbuto, mínimo chichilla

Porque para que caiga la gran mentira
Se necesita quien lo crea y al otro que lo diga
Uno que se enoje y el otro que se ría
Porque no es ni una semana ni tampoco un mes ni un día
Es un nuevo milenio y sigue siendo mentira

Te empujo y te piso y te tiro-liro-liro
Te humillo y te orino y te tiro-liro-la
Mejor cachetadón con guante blanco de box
No nos lavaron la boca con jabón

Este exorcismo me la pelafustán
Y también su malinchismo me la pelafustán
Me los paso por arriba y me la pelafustán
Y también por abajo y me la pelafustán

(Fire) Ya estoy curado
(Fire) Ya estoy curado
(Fire) Ya estoy curado
Dame la mano, ven a mi rebaño

Y tu mami-mami me la pelafustán
Y tu papi-papi me la pelafustán
Y los hijos de los hijos de tus hijos
A los hijos de mis hijos se la pelafustán

Pues qué demonios si traigo metido el chamuco
Quieren hacerme mal y me hacen un mameluco
Y todo el tiempo me la pelafustán
Tengo todo el power, te vengo a curar
Mas fácil que quitarle sus dulces a un niño
Yo sé que eres puro, eres puro cariño
Yo sé que eres puro, eres puro cariño

Jugué mi alma al diablo en un pacto de sangre
Vendí mi novia y también a mi madre
Si fuera capaz de volver a nacer
Me canso y me canso que lo vuelvo a hacer

Y si me caigo y no me levanto
No me levanten que ya me chupo al diablo
Tantas ganas de mandarme al infierno
Ya tengo ride voy al averno

(Fire) Ya estoy curado
(Fire) Ya estoy curado
(Fire) Ya estoy curado
Dame la mano, ven a mi rebaño

Este exorcismo me la pelafustán
Y también su malinchismo me la pelafustán
Me los paso por arriba y me la pelafustán
Y también por abajo y me la pelafustán

Este exorcismo me la pelafustán (fire, ya estoy curado)
Y también su malinchismo me la pelafustán (fire, ya estoy curado)
Me los paso por arriba y me la pelafustán (fire, ya estoy curado)
Dame la mano, ven a mi rebaño


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Exorsimio Lyrics as written by Miguel Angel Huidobro Preciado

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