"Nothing Really" as written by and Joaquin Ulises/gongora Rangel Lozano Aguirre....
I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you
I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you

And your lips and your lips
And your lips and your lips

When even lemon drops
Become a sweet, a sweet mistake
And the TV screen, well, it's off
And reflects your silhouette

I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you
I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you

And the task of possibilities of your skin
And the new millennium rush
Keeps you holding, holding me

And your lips and your lips
And your lips and your lips
And your lips and your lips
And your lips and your lips

I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you
I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you

Nothing can really keep your life
Nothing will be alive
Nothing you're gonna get tonight
If you understand it

Nothing can really keep your life
Nothing will be alive
Nothing you're gonna get tonight
If you understand it

And the TV screen, well, it's off
And reflects your silhouette

I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you
I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you

I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you
I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you

I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you
I always knew that nothing really matters
Nothing really matters, only you


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"Nothing Really" as written by Carlos Chairez Garcia Agustin Cerezo Garza

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