La Chica Banda

Album: Café Tacuba (1992)
  • Me he enamorado de una chica banda
    Me he enamorado de su negra piel
    Pelos pintados, flexibotas negras
    Y es de las morras de la secu 23

    Pelos parados como un penacho
    Bailes como ritos a Xipe-Totec
    Su piel morena chichimeca
    Pero en el punk ella aún cree

    Y yo le di mi amor en un concierto del atoxxico, hu

    Su padre vino de San Juan Chamul
    Su madre vino desde Tzintzuntzan
    Pero la lider de los sexmolcajetes punk
    Ha nacido en la gran Tenochtitlan

    Uno, dos, tres, cuatro, cinco, seis, siete, ocho, disco

    Me he enamorado de una chica banda
    Me he enamorado de su negra piel
    Pelos pintados flexibotas negras
    Y es de las morras de la secu 23

    Y yo le di mi amor, en ul Unplugged de MTV Writer/s: Jose Alfredo Rangel Arroyo, Enrique Rangel Arroyo, Emmanuel Del Real Diaz, Ruben Isaac Albarran Ortega
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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