The True Meaning Of "Macarena" Will Horrify Every '90s Kid
A not-so-innocent tale of infidelity, polyamory, and betrayal.
In the summer of 1996, no one could avoid "Macarena" by the pop and dance duo Los del Rio.
The song was catchy. The dance was downright infectious. But did you ever actually listen to the lyrics?
It begins in the first verse, right after the lyrics "When I dance they call me Macarena, and the boys they say 'que estoy buena'..."
But then things get a little more explicit in the second verse:
Then at the end of the second verse, it becomes totally clear what's happening:
So to summarize, "Macarena" is about a woman who waits until her boyfriend leaves town and then bangs his two best friends at the same time.
Finally, after 20 years, it's all spelled out for you. You're welcome.
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