Watch people who were born in the 90s be shocked by what the "Macarena" lyrics really meant.

Watch people who were born in the 90s be shocked by what the "Macarena" lyrics really meant.
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Los Del Rio's "Macarena" was inescapable in the late 90s, but not if you were literally a baby. Distractify sat these 90s kids down and shocked them with the horrible truth of its words.

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No, you're thinking of "One Sweet Day," you goofy Millennial!

They had a bunch of solid guesses as to what the gist of song was, such as "unhappy relationship" and "dancing." One guy doesn't quite understand what Spanish is, because he thought the song's non-English chorus was "gibberish."

They are shocked, shocked, that a pop song contains lyrics of a sexual nature.

It's relatively easy to overlook the lyrics that allude to an adulterous threesome if you were a toddler when the song was popular, but it's a little perplexing if you didn't know that the name of the girl in the song is Macarena, because they sing the words, "Hey, Macarena!" like 100 times.

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