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Song Parodies -> "Loco Muy Frio"

Original Song Title:

"Stone Cold Crazy"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Loco Muy Frio"

Parody Written by:

Tokusou Sentai Blessranger

The Lyrics

Dormir en una mañana de sábado que soñando del Al Capone
Rumores que despejan la escena, huelo como un hueso de pescados seco
Aquí viene la analizar puerta, me lleva lejos una vez más
No puedo tomarlo más, debo conseguir lejos de este piso muy frío
Loco, loco muy frío

Tarde lluviosa soplar un tifón e jugando mi trombone diapositiva
No puedo tomarlo más, debo conseguir lejos de este piso muy frío
Loco, loco muy frio

Tiro a la gente que resuelvo con mi arma de metralleta de goma
El diputado me conseguirá, me levantaría y funcionaría
Consiguieron las sirenas flojas
Me pondrán en un célula, me dejaron van al infierno
Loco, loco muy frio

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John Barry - April 28, 2009 - Report this comment
I'm taking bonehead Spanish, and I'll have to hit the diccionario, but this looks pretty good to me.

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