The song's chorus takes its lyrics from the 1979 old school rap classic "Rapper's Delight" by the Sugarhill Gang. Written and arranged by the Córdoban producer/composer Manuel Ruíz "Queco," "The Ketchup Song (Hey Hah)" tells the story of Diego, a young fashion-conscious gypsy with Rastafarian leanings who loves dancing and hip-hop and sings his own Andalusian rap: "Aserejé ja de jé de jebe tu de jebere seibiunouva/Majavi an de bugui an de buididipi/Aserejé ja de jé de jebe tu de jebere seibiunouva/Majavi an de bugui an de buididipi/Aserejé…"
And, yes...this is a few months old, but damn if it isn't a catchy song.
A little overlong and too mellow at times, but I like it. It`s incredibly melodic and Fruiscante`s return to greatness continues. There`s at least a half-dozen outstanding songs on it. It`s no Blood Sugar..