Do You Remember Me

Album: In Search of Mona Lisa (2019)
  • Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa
    Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa

    Lover, ven pa' acá
    Honey, tráeme tu cuerpo
    Yo solo quiero
    Ver en tus ojos
    Yo solo quiero
    Probar tu boca
    Yo solo quiero
    Disfrutar tu miel
    Déjame entrar en tu jardín celestial

    Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa
    Uh, uh
    Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa
    Oh yeah

    Mujer
    Eres mi diosa
    Aspiro rezar
    En tu altar
    Te traigo flores
    Prendo tus velas
    Enciendo incienso
    Tomo tu vino
    Te canto canciones
    Para adorarte
    Te ofrezco mi luz
    Pa' que te desnudes

    Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa
    Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa

    Mujer
    Eres mi diosa
    Aspiro rezar
    En tu altar
    Te traigo flores
    Prendo tus velas
    Enciendo incienso
    Tomo tu vino
    Te canto canciones
    Para adorarte
    Te ofrezco mi luz
    Pa' que te desnudes

    Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa
    Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa

    Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa
    Mona, Mona
    Mona Lisa Writer/s: Carlos Santana
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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