Os seis manés, sentido litoral
Curtindo Red Hot, Bob Marley, Charlie Brown

Pegar a estrada, numa caranga equipada, as pranchas penduradas
Mas ninguém sabe surfar
E sai dizendo que tão indo prá Ubatuba
Que só vão comer lagosta, apê de frente pro mar

Mas eles vão para um kit-net em Ocean
Vão comer só macarrão, com k-suco de guaraná
Fizeram um cheque prá poder pagar o pedágio
E vão rezando serra abaixo prá nenhum pneu furar

Chegando lá já começa a gandaia
Mas para se chegar na praia tem uns quinze “quarteirão”
Tem sempre um tonto que esqueceu o chinelo
E vai pulando pela rua que está quente igual carvão
Tira a camisa prá mostrar a tatuagem
Mó bandeira que é colagem da banquinha de jornal
Pisa na areia com os pé cheio de frieira
Com uma sunga do Palmeiras que não tem mais nem cordão

E quando chega à noite que é a hora do ataque
Aquele bafo de conhaque bota as mina prá correr
Quem se deu bem foi o Veto arrastou uma no boteco
E descobriu que era traveco quando fez o xenhenhem
E outros cinco dando idéia numas gatas
Querendo leva prá casa, só queriam se dar bem
E convidaram para dar um role de carro
Chegou lá tinha guinchado e ninguém comeu ninguém

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