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This is making me crazy

Okay, I clearly don't speak Spanish, but I am learning. Sometimes when I hear Spanish speakers speaking, I feel like they are joining words together and that's when they lose me.

I heard a song by Daddy Yankee (see below)

In his lyrics, he says:

A donde voy
Siempre me la encuentro
Esa nena me dejó loco
La miro directo a los ojos
Me descontrolo y yo no sé qué hacer
Baby girl

When he gets to "a los ojos" I don't hear him saying any such thing. Can someone tell me how he is pronouncing these words - is he joining them together? Or am I simply deaf?
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