"Santeria" is a song by Sublime on their third album, Sublime. The band Sublime has reggae, rock, and mexican influences. Many would say their largest influence is the Jamaican reggae artist Bob Marley. The song includes the bassline and pre-rhythm guitar riff from Sublime's earlier song "Lincoln Highway Dub" off the album Robbin' the Hood.
This song tells the story of a jealous ex-boyfriend pursuing to reclaim his…
I don't practice Santeria I ain't got no crystal ball
I had a million dollars but I'd, I'd spend it all
I could find that Heina and that Sancho that she's found
I'd pop a cap in Sancho and I'd slap her down