"Un Mundo Mejor" as written by Pablo Benegas Urabayen, Alvaro Fuentes Ibarz, Haritz Garde Fernandez, Amaya Montero Saldias and Xabier San Martin Beldarrain....
El tiempo ha pintado las calles del mismo color
Y tú te defiendes del hambre con una sonrisa y amor
Las casas parece que miran pidiendo perdón
Y todo comienza a bailar cuando ya no vigila el sol
Quiero escuchar tu voz cantando en un mundo mejor
Quiero encontrarte a ti sonriendo a la vida si no te sonríe ella a ti.
Dime niña de ojos tristes
Recuerdas aquel viejo barco que tanto quisiste
Donde tú y el mar hablabais de libertad
De una escalera a la luna quizá

De un mundo que no deje nunca de hacernos soñar
Los coches se arrastran dejando detrás un olor
Que ahoga a turistas sin alma bebiendo en sus vasos de ron
Un niño pregunta si la libertad es así
Y suena una vieja habanera que le cuenta un cuento sin fin
Quiero escuchar tu voz cantando en un mundo mejor
Quiero encontrarte a ti sonriendo a la vida si no te sonríe ella a ti
Dime niña de ojos tristes
Recuerdas aquel viejo barco que tanto quisiste
Donde tú y el mar, hablabais de libertad

De una escalera a la luna quizá
De un mundo que no deje nunca de hacernos soñar
No digas nada, sólo es un ángel jugando a vivir
Vuelve a sonreír por mí
Por eso dime niña de ojos tristes
Recuerdas aquel viejo barco que tanto quisiste
Donde tú y el mar, hablabais de libertad
De una escalera a la luna quizá
De un mundo que no deje nunca de hacernos soñar


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"Un Mundo Mejor" as written by Amaya Montero Saldias Alvaro Fuentes Ibarz

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    General Commenti think its about the the suffering of the third world, of dictatorship and poverty. pretty good song, i really like it.
    yumeemiruon April 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI agree, it's about a Cuban girl wondering of the world outside... The lyrics in english:

    The time has painted the streets with the same colors
    And you defend yourself from hunger with a smile and love
    The houses appear to be asking for forgiveness
    And everything starts to dance when the sun is not watching anymore
    I want to hear your voice singing in a better world
    I want to find you smiling to life if it doesn't smile to you

    Tell me, girl of sad eyes
    Do you remember that old ship you've always wanted?
    Where you and the sea talked about liberty
    from a stair to the moon, perhaps
    of a world that would never let us stop dreaming

    The cars hang around leaving behind a smell
    that drowns souless tourist drinking their glasses of rum
    A kid asks if liberty is like that
    And an old Habana woman sounds telling a story without end
    I want to hear your voice singing in a better world
    I want to find you smiling to life, if it doesn't smiles at you

    Tell me, girl of sad eyes,
    Do you remember that old ship you've always wanted?
    Where you and the sea talked about liberty
    from a stair to the moon, perhaps
    of a world that would never let us stop dreaming

    Don't say anything, it's only an angel playing to live
    Smile again for me

    That's why
    Tell me, girl of sad eyes
    Do you remember that old ship you've always wanted?
    Where you and the sea talked about liberty
    from a stair to the moon, perhaps
    of a world that would never let us stop dreaming
    MaggieOon September 09, 2008   Link

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