aserejeWe’ve all heard of “Asereje” by Las Ketchup…but few of us know what the lyrics mean – until now.

It’s long been said that the song has some satanic undertone with the gibberish words that have no real meaning, but the composer of the hit has finally revealed what’s up.

Manuel Ruiz spoke with Spanish newspaper “Cordoba” and said that he simply came up with a character named Diego…who gets drunk at a bar and tries to sing Sugar Hill Band‘s “Rapper’s Delight”. However, he has one too many drinks and ends up flubbing the lines saying “asereje, ja deje tejebe tude jebere sebiunouba majabi an de bugui an de buididipí.”

That’s it. No demons here. Just a drunk made-up person singing a classic.

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