"Me Muero" as written by Hikaru Utada, Tor Erik Hermansen, Teruzane Utada and Mikkel Eriksen....
Everyday in my life it trembles
It's easy, took the love away
I got nothing left to gamble
I've thrown it all away

Now and then I'm suicidal
Flirting with a new temptation
Happiness inside a bottle
Is what I need today

Oh my lover's gone away, gone to Istanbul
Light as a feather
I lie in my bed and flip through TV channels
Eating Godiva
I'm smoking my days away reading old e-mails
In my old pajamas
What a day, me muero, muero, muero

Loneliness makes its arrival
The passion starts to settle in
Try to go where no one will write her
And do some crazy thing

Now and then I'm suicidal
Flirting with a new temptation
Overdose overreaction
Call it what you may

Oh my lover's gone away, gone to Istanbul
Light as a feather
I lie in my bed and flip through TV channels
Eating Godiva
I'm smoking my days away reading old e-mails
In my old pajamas
What a day, me muero, muero, muero

It's the good stuff, oh my lover
Lover
Smoking, I'm smoking my days away
What a day, me muero, muero, muero
What a day

Gone away, yeah
Doctor, doctor
You give me my lover
Oh yeah
Oh my lover
Gone, gone away
My lover, gone away
What a day, me muero, muero, muero


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"Me Muero" as written by Mikkel Eriksen Hikaru Utada

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    General Comment"Me Muero" is Spanish for "I Die".
    ThisIsClaireon April 29, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationPretty emo song by Utada... Her lover has left her now she's suffering from depression
    Me muero = I die in Spanish which I think is pretty clever
    Since she felt like she died when her lover went away
    sorakairirikukhon November 05, 2011   Link

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