|From the episode:||There Goes El Neighborhood|
|Singers:||Choni, Cecilia, Cleveland Brown, Lester|
|Voices:||Rosie Perez, Mike Henry, Elia Saldana, Kevin Michael Richardson|
"I Love L-A-T-I-N-O-S" is sung by Choni to help improve his attitude and beliefs about Latino culture in "There Goes El Neighborhood". The opening starts out to the tune of "Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer" and Cleveland finishes with a touch of "I Love L.A." by Randy Newman.
Choni: You know tacos and vatos and chollos and gringos
Cleveland: I know uno and dos and tres, quatro and cinco
Choni: But are you aware of the beauty Latinos can share
Cleveland: Where are we?
Choni: The old mission where Spanish priests first established St. Oolbend.
Cleveland: Oohhh, this whole town is a Mexican.
Choni: And that's not all, Cleveland...
We truly embody the American dream
Cecilia: We work in every court from the food to the Supreme
We've got César Chávez and Oscar De La Hoya
Choni: Have an accidente, we'll get you a lawyer
Cecilia: We brought mariachi music from Guadalajara
Choni: And spicy hot dishes...
Cleveland: Like Sofia Vergara
Choni: Now you're getting it!
Cecilia: Have a taste of our culture
Like a juicy papaya
At the Northernmost pyramid
Built by the Mayans
Cleveland: Hmm, I always thought this was the Q-Bert Museum
Cecilia: At the Latino Museum you can learn our rich past
We're so much more than a mouse who runs fast
We value friendship and family and for some reason Morrisey
Lester: And God help us all when the become the majority
Cleveland: Lester! No Bueno!
Choni: So now you're starting to see things our way
Cecilia: We're more than just chips and guacamole
Cleveland: I've learned a lot and I'm happy to say...
I Love L-A...T-I-N-O-S!