"El Príncipe de la Dulce Pena" as written by and Jesus Maria Hernandez Gil....
La tristeza es mi sangre
Y a su vera mi vena
Donde mora de pena
Donde muere de hambre

Hambre y melancolía
De que la luna esté llena
De amoríos y alegrías
Soy el príncipe de la dulce pena

Un beso es donde tu terminas
Y un abrazo tuyo mi abrigo

Tú boca donde allí germina
Mi delirio y mi muerte
Si es contigo

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"El Príncipe de la Dulce Pena" as written by Fernando Ponce De Leon Abellan Carlos Prieto Guijarro

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    General CommentJuanillo, a little more cheerful over the tone of her voice, continued with the story of the unfortunate girl that assured being visited by the Devil at night when she called him every night using that dark melody.
    -She loved him, according to her, she loved him because he was human, he had all the spiritual characteristics lacking hypocrisy. He was selfish, vengeful and didn\'t live by the rules dictated by God. That\'s why he was expelled from paradise. During the whole history of humanity he has been present. He has been called countless names: Satan, Belial, Lucifer, Leviathan, Astaroth, The Fallen Angel, Luzbelle, Mephistopheles, Beelzebub... But she always called him her prince. The Prince of the Sweet Sorrow.
    Eliminationon May 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe Prince of the Sweet Sorrow

    The sadness is my blood,
    and to its edge, my vein,
    where sorrow dwells,
    where it starves.

    Hunger and melancholy
    that the moon is full
    of love and joys,
    I'm the Prince of the Sweet Sorrow.

    A kiss is where you end,
    and your hug, my shelter.
    Your mouth, where germinates
    my delirium and my death... if it's with you.


    Edited by Matty on May 10 2006, at 02:01AM

    Eliminationon May 07, 2006   Link

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