Spanish lottery cuponazo

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The Cuponazo

One friday morning

I left home, i left home.

One friday morning

Very early in the morning. very early in the morning.

I searched my pockets

I found nothing, i didn't find anything.

The world came over me

I was stiffer than the mojama.

And a vendor from ONCE

With coupons and a cane.

I wanted to cross the street.

I offered myself and I crossed him.

The grateful man

Today he gave me a coupon.

Blessed coupon, blessed coupon

That got me out of misery.

Blessed coupon, blessed coupon

I have more money than King Solomon.

Oh what a ball, what a ball.

That I got the coupon.

What a ball, what a ball.

That I got the coupon.

What a ball, what a ball.

That I got the coupon.

What a ball, what a ball.

That I got the coupon.

Now that i have money

I stay in bed, I stay in bed.

They raise my breakfast

With butter, honey and toast.

How my life changed

Who'd say, who'd say.

Before nobody spoke to me

Now cousins ​​and aunts appear.

But I'm not stupid

I will look for that seller.

I'll give you a good chunk

And as a guide a farmer.

He deserves it all.

He gave me the coupon.

The problems are over

Oh what a joy, oh what joy.

Before nor for tobacco

And now with cigars on the Gran Vía.

I sit on a terrace

And to the waiter, and the waiter.

I ask for cold beer

Prawns from Huelva and good ham.

That is why I ask my God

Take care of that seller.

To the good man of the ONCE

With coupons and a cane.

He deserves it all.

He gave me the coupon.

Added by Diazepan Medina on Sun., 05/11/2017 – 21:00
Last edited by Diazepan Medina on Mon, 26/11/2018 – 03:16

The lottery prize

A Friday morning

I went out of home, I went out of home.

A Friday morning

Early in the morning, early in the morning.

I searched in my pockets

I found nothing, I found nothing.

Life felt overwhelming

I was stone cold dead.

And a lottery salesman

With tickets and a white cane.

Wanted to cross the street.

And I offered to help him.

And the thankful man

Today gifted me a ticket.

Blessed ticket, blessed ticket

that took me out of misery.

Blessed ticket, blessed ticket

I have more money than King Solomon.

Oh what a hit, what a hit.

I won lottery prize.

What a hit, what a hit.

I won lottery prize.

What a hit, what a hit.

I won lottery prize.

What a hit, what a hit.

I won lottery prize.

Now that I have money

I stay in bed, I stay in bed.

They bring me the breakfast

With butter, honey and toasts.

How my life changed.

Who would say, who would say.

Before nobody talked to me

Now cousins and uncles appear.

But I’m not a fool

I’ll look for that seller.

I’ll give him a good share

And a Labrador as a guide.

He deserves everything

He gifted me the ticket.

My problems are over

What a joy, what a joy.

Before I didn’t have for smoking.

Now I smoke cigars on Gran Vía.

I sit in a terrace

And to the waiter, and to the waiter.

I request him cold beer

Huelva prawns and good ham.

That’s why I ask my God

To take care of that salesman.

That lottery good man

With tickets and a white cane.

He deserves everything

He gifted me the ticket.

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Added Diazepan Medina on Tue, 07/11/2017 – 17:53
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