Ignacio Copani - Cuidado con los ladrones (English translation)

English translation

Beware the thieves

If you go over this place beware the thieves
who on broad daylight can leave you without money and pants
If you're thinking of buying beware the thieves
be careful because some use to rob behind the counters.
 
Beware the thieves, mom
beware the pirates
beware the thieves who go
wearing suit and tie.
 
If you're going to watch TV beware the thieves,
beware the one who sells smiles, grace and mailboxes.
If you're wanting to grow beware the thieves,
beware the one who wants to tax your illusion.
 
Beware the thieves, mom
nothing can please them
beware the thieves who go
sometimes with uniform.
 
The ones who send their millions to Switzerland
what are they?... they're thieves.
The servants who don't commit their dues
what are they?... they're thieves.
The ones who say to defend the workers
and have a dinner with the bosses,
the ones who want to censore our songs
what are they?... they're thieves.
 
If you go over this place beware the thieves,
beware the gas bill, it's worse than the explosions.
If you go over this place put an insurance to your car,
remove the stereo when you go home at night.
 
Beware the thieves, mom
there are so many on the loose
beware the thieves who go
keeping the change.
 
The ones who send their millions to Switzerland
what are they?... they're thieves.
The servants who don't commit their dues
what are they?... they're thieves.
The ones who ask lots of sacrifices
and go to Europe on vacations,
The ones who yell Freedom and hide it form you
what are they?... they're thieves...They're thieves.
 
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Submitted by Diazepan Medina on Tue, 30/01/2018 - 14:57
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