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Peso Pluma, Junior H & Óscar Maydon Pop Some Bubbly in ‘Rompe La Dompe’: Here Are the Lyrics Translated to English

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Peso Pluma, Junior H and Óscar Maydon welcome 2024 by popping open some champagne with the new hit “Rompe La Dompe,” whose lyrics are among the most searched lyrics of the week and whose title immediately became a trend on TikTok.

Powered by guitars and trumpets, the corrido — which Peso announced as his final release of 2023 — was released Dec. 28 under the labels Double P Records and Rancho Humilde. Written by Alexis Fierro and produced by Fierro and Peso, Junior H and Maydon, it speaks of nights out and women. And the word “Dompe,” which is repeated throughout the song, refers to the champagne brand Dom Pérignon — which Peso and Junior H had previously referenced in their hit song “Lady Gaga” with Gabito Ballesteros.

Below are the full lyrics of the song:

Break the Dompe
The stash of money never ends
Farandulitas danced
And I don’t know your name
But your scent captures me
You’re just missing your wings, angel

Break the Dompe
Maria is almost here
Bring all your friends with you
Only at night
I don’t look at her in the daytime
And this high never ends

Don’t tempt me
You are a snake
Get out of my mind, go away
With your teeth
Lined with diamonds
I swore to love you always

180 for the offer
Singing and very crazy
Red eyes
And I caress your leg
I feel I’m in the stars

Five cigars
Let the car fill with smoke
If there’s trouble, we’ll put it out, hey
Everything under control
I’ve got friends from the bad guys
Also the uniformed ones, hey

Break the Dompe
Maria is almost here
Bring all your friends with you
Only at night
I don’t look at her in the daytime
And this high never ends

Don’t tempt me
You are a snake
Get out of my mind, go away
With your teeth
Lined with diamonds
I swore to love you always

Club
Babies want smoke
They want to party till sunrise
Red eyes
And I caress your leg
I feel I’m in the stars

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