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heylloo guys.. whats up.. this song is awesome.. i m not a spanish but i like this song.. hope u like it.. plzz rate it, comment and suscribe and watch my other vids too... for more remixes visit http://clubhousemixes.com *THIS IS A MIXED CHANNEL OF THINGS WHICH I LIKE*

All Day All Night
All Day All Night
All Day All Night
All Day All Night
All Day All Night
All Day All Night
All Day All Night
WHAT THE FUCK!
What the...
When I came to Spain
And I saw all people partying
And I told to myself, What the fuck!
All Day All Night
All Day All Night
¡Viva la fiesta!
¡Viva la noche!
¡Vivan los DJ!
I couldn't belive what i was living
So I called to my friend Johnny
And I said to him
¡JOHNNY LA GENTE ESTA MUY LOCA!
WHAT THE FUCK!?
¡JOHNNY LA GENTE ESTA MUY LOCA!
WHAT THE FUCK!?

When I came to Spain
And I saw all people partying
I told to myself, What the fuck!
All Day All Night
All Day All Night
¡Viva la fiesta!
¡Viva la noche!
¡Vivan los DJ!
WHAT THE FUCK!? (x2)
Viva la fiesta... (x8)
I couldn't belive what I was living
So I called to my friend Jhonny
And I said to him
¡JOHNNY LA GENTE ESTA MUY LOCA!
WHAT THE FUCK!?

¡JOHNNY LA GENTE ESTA MUY LOCA!
WHAT THE FUCK!?
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