The barrio where I live is a very lively barrio
That is why I write you this lyrics
Streets that are never in silence,
Jungle of asphalt that have no rest
You survive with the heart
If you are sad, you sure whistle a song
But one thing you can have for sure
If you don’t smarten up they’ll blow your head off!
The barrio where I live in is always discriminated
Since the balance only ever sways one side
There is almost no access to education,
but THERE SURE IS A LOT OF ACCESS TO (american) TV
The barrio I live in is illuminated in every corner
but by the smiles of the old ones and the sway of the girls next door
People that have never lived in opulence
But poverty fits them well
There is always an excuse to celebrate!!
There is always an excuse to explode!!
There is always an excuse to organize some beers or going to the bar!
Everyone Downa nd to the left!
Shall the politics go to shit!
WE ALL WANT OUT OF THIS SHIT!
Oh yes, yes Sir, The barrio where I live in taught me to survive.
Oh yes, yes Sir, the barrio where I live in taught me to resist!
OH YES, YES SIR, THE BARRIO WHERE I LIVE IN IS CALLED MEXICO!
WE ALL WANT, AND LOVE THIS SHIT OF A CITY!
A delightful mashup of proggy punk, ska, hardcore breakdowns and great clean and screamed vocals.
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies - Irish Whiskey (by electrophonic)
A lot of folks forget that before they hopped on the Swing Revival bandwagon, the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies were actually a pretty decent ska group.
The Specials “Little Bitch” live
Lovely piece of shit!
Reel Big Fish-Beer
I was going through my old mixed CDs from middle/high school and came across this song again. I’m… casually adding this to Tryn’s playlist. 8U