Gasolina In English Lyrics – Daddy Yankee

Gasolina In English Lyrics

Gasolina In English Lyrics by Daddy Yankee. Here is the trending complete English translation of Gasolina Lyrics with video.

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About Gasolina Song

The big hit “Gasoline” is from Daddy Yankee’s third studio album Barrio Fino. Glory “La Gata Gangster,” a female reggaeton performer, sings the chorus. This song helped put reggaeton on the map and helped it acquire international recognition.

According to Billboard, the song achieved number 9 on the list of the 50 Greatest Latin Songs of All Time in 2015.

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Below is the complete and correct English translation of Gasolina Lyrics.

Gasolina In English Lyrics Translation

oh
oh
oh
oh
oh
Who’s this? (ooh)
Da-ddy Yan-kee! (Oh oh)

Zúmbale mambo so that my cats turn on the engines
Zúmbale mambo so that my cats turn on the engines
Zúmbale mambo so that my cats turn on the engines
Let them prepare that what is coming is for them to give it (hard!)

Mommy, I know that you are not going to take me away (hard!)
What I like is that you let yourself go (hard!)
Every weeken she goes out to rock (hard!)
My cat doesn’t stop partying because

She likes gasoline
(Give me more gasoline)
How do you love gasoline?
(Give me more gasoline)
She likes gasoline
(Give me more gasoline)
How do you love gasoline?
(Give me more gasoline)

She turns on the turbines
does not discriminate
Not a marquee party is lost
He grooms himself to the corner
It looks so good that even the shadow matches it
Killer, dominate me
Janguea in car, motorboats and limousines
Fill your tank with adrenaline
When she listens to reggaeton in the kitchen

She likes gasoline
(Give me more gasoline)
How do you love gasoline?
(Give me more gasoline)
She likes gasoline
(Give me more gasoline)
How do you love gasoline?
(Give me more gasoline) I

Here we are the best
don’t bother me
On the track they call us the matadors
You make anyone fall in love
When you dance to the beat of the drums
This goes to cats of all colors
For the older ones, for the younger ones
For those who are more slutty than the hunters
For the women who don’t turn off their engines

You and I have something pending
You owe me something and you know it
with me she gets lost
She is accountable to no one
You and I have something pending
You owe me something and you know it
with me she gets lost
He is accountable to no one

Zúmbale mambo so that my cats turn on the engines
Zúmbale mambo so that my cats turn on the engines
Zúmbale mambo so that my cats turn on the engines
Let them prepare that what is coming is for them to give it (hard!)

Mommy, I know that you are not going to take me away (hard!)
What I like is that you let yourself go (hard!)
Every weeken she goes out to rock (hard!)
My cat doesn’t stop partying because

She like gasoline (oh, oh)
(Give me more gasoline) (oh, oh)
How he loves gasoline (oh, oh)
(Give me more gasoline) (oh, oh)
She like gasoline (oh, oh)
(Give me more gasoline) (oh, oh)
How he loves gasoline (oh, oh)
(Give me more gasoline) (oh, oh)

Oh oh

About Daddy Yankee

Ramón Luis Ayala Rodrguez (born February 3, 1977) is a Puerto Rican rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor known professionally as Daddy Yankee (also known by the nickname D.Y). Music reviewers and fans alike refer to him as the “King of Reggaetón.” In 1994, Daddy Yankee developed the term reggaeton to characterize a new music genre coming from Puerto Rico that combined American hip-hop, Latin Caribbean music, Jamaican reggae rhythms, and Spanish rapping and singing. Other Latin urban performers frequently credit him as an influence.

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