No fuckin fun boys n' girls and you know why
No fuckin fun boys n' girls and you know why
No fuckin fun boys n' girls, 'cause the world is coming to its end
Yo sugeriría un mezcal en las rocas
Da sabiduría y aclara lo que afocas
Aunque darse cuenta no está nada cabrón
Que viene de bajada en picada este avión
Sobran razones para estar gritando
Nuestro planeta se está asfixiando

El mundo se va a acabar
El mundo se va a acabar
Si un día me has de querer
Te debes apresurar
El mundo se va a acabar
El mundo se va a acabar
Si un día me has de querer
Te debes apresurar

Se acaba la vida, se acaba el agua
Se acaba la selva y 'nadie hace nada
Se acaba la mentira, se pone mas raro
Aquí no se respira si no tienes baro
Aunque la onda sea vivir en la luna
Yo sigo pensando 'me he de comer esa tuna
Ha sido pesado vivir los noventas
La banda pacheca sigue re-contenta

El mundo se va a acabar
El mundo se va a acabar
Si un día me has de querer
Te debes apresurar
El mundo se va a acabar
El mundo se va a acabar
Si un día me has de querer
Te debes apresurar

No tengo prisa de hacer nada
Ahí la llevo mientras se acaba
Puro cariño todo el mundo se quiere
Pero el que se descuida tantito se muere
Faltan dirigentes de esta chula tierra
Falta que organicen otra guerra
Ha sido difícil vivir los noventas
La banda pacheca seguimos re-contenta

El mundo se va a acabar
El mundo se va a acabar
Si un día me has de querer
Te debes apresurar
El mundo se va a acabar
El mundo se va a acabar
Si un día me has de querer
Te debes apresurar
El mundo se va a acabar
El mundo se va a acabar
Si un día me has de querer
Te debes apresurar

Óyeme grandísimo cabrón (vale)
Mono Blanco tenía razón, bomba
(¿Qué dice?) Su madre el jefe (otra vez)
Chingue su madre el jefe (otra vez)
Que chingue su madre el jefe (¿qué dice?)
Chingue su madre
Hijo pendejo, jaja

¿Tienes una soda? (¿No hay verdad? ¿Por ahí?
Bueno, no hay bronca, venga
Apocalipsis así con todo
Ahora
Apocalipsita
Jaja
Va a abrirse más, ahorita la abro más
Apocalipsi'
Jaja, más todavía
Ja, acá huele horrible, jaja
Pásenme una Root Beer o una chela, lo que sea, que te caiga

Apocalipsi'
Otra vez
¿O tiene que ser con algún tipo de?

Apolips
Ay, hay se troga ('perate)
Se puso un cuatro, de hecho no salió todo
Apocalipsi, no
Sa-, oye, haz hold, hay una
(Apocalipsi')
Apocalipsit, apocalipsit
Oye, Masiel, pásamela, oiden, un, ¿sí?, ahí vamos

Apocalipsit, apocalipsit

(Ji, aguanta, jaja)
Me voy guancarear aquí adentro
Apocalipsit, apocalipsit


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