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Sublime - Santeria

Sublime - Santeria

"Santeria" is a famous song by the American band Sublime, released in 1997. Comprised of lead vocalist and guitarist Bradley Nowell, bassist Eric Wilson, and drummer Bud Gaugh, Sublime gained a massive following for their unique fusion of punk, reggae, and ska music.

"Santeria" showcases the band's signature sound, blending catchy guitar riffs, upbeat rhythms, and Nowell's distinctive vocals. The song tells a tale of heartbreak and revenge, with its infectious chorus and memorable lyrics making it a beloved fan favorite.

If you're looking to dive into the musical genius of Sublime, you can play and download their sounds on various platforms. Their discography features a myriad of other hits, including "What I Got," "Wrong Way," and "Doin' Time," which have all contributed to the band's enduring legacy.

Whether you're a long-time fan or new to Sublime's music, their infectious rhythms and introspective lyrics are sure to resonate and make for an enjoyable listening experience.

And I gotta live it out, oh yeah
And I won't think twice to stick that barrel
And I'd slap her down
And I'll make it
And I'll make it, yaa
And that Sancho that she'd found
Believe me when I say that
Daddy's gonna love one an' all
Daddy's got a new forty five
Find a heina of my own
I ain't got no crystal ball
I don't practice Santeria
I'd spend it all
Is there's just one way back?
My soul will have to
My soul will have to wait till I get back
Oh, what I really wanna say
Oh, what I really wanna say, I can't define
Oh, what I really wanna say, my baby
Straight down Sancho's throat
Tell Sanchito that if he knows
Well I swear that I
Well I'd pop a cap in Sancho
Well it's love that I need, oh
What I really wanna know, my baby
What I really wanna know, my baby
What I really wanna know, my baby
What I really wanna say, I can't define
What I really wanna say, is I've got mine
What is good for him