Es una ocasion singular
la de que el dolar este devaluado
que no hay que dejar escapar
para viajar a ultramar
en un momento dado
cuando tomo una decision
soy peor que Napoleon
y aunque no me guste el avion
soy un hombre de accion
y por eso.

Me marcho a Nueva York
con la botella de fundador
me marcho a Nueva York
con la navaja de explorador
me mareo en el avion
senorita azafata
el menu me ha echo dano
seria usted tan grata
de acercarme al bano.

Un fundido en negro y despues
plano picado al reves
de rascacielos
y yo alli dispuesto a triunfar
como San Juan de la Cruz
en el carmelo
mi primera desilusion
los problemas de comunicacion
mas de dos millones de hispanos
y alli no habla nadie en cristiano.

Ya estoy en Nueva York
y no lo veo buen color
ya estoy en Nueva York
tampoco he visto ningun actor
me hieren el pundonor
no dejandome entrar en las discos de moda
que si eres "espanis" ni un vaso con soda.

Como en "Hijos de un dios menor"
trate de hacerle entender
a un policia
a la estatua de la Libertad
¿me dice usted como se va?
su senoria
y al adoptar la posicion
de ese monumento en cuestion
se penso que era un comunista
buscando follon y lo tuve.

No hay marcha en Nueva York
ni aunque lo jure Henry Ford
no hay marcha en Nueva York
y los jamones son de York
pense que iba a estar mejor
que te comen el coco
con los telefilmes
pero es ardid
y estoy loco
por irme a Madrid.


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