"Morir Todavía" as written by and Enrique/andreu Lapiedra Ortiz Di Landazury....
Lo mas pequeño es un misterio
Y lo sagrado tan sencillo
El llanto de los nopales 1
Junto al usar de la muerte
Cuando el coyote llamó a tu
Puerta
Aulló notas malvenidas
Las sombras arrebatadas
Para el sueño de los justos

No se puede encerrar
El sol bajo una campana
No se puede aplazar
La hora señalada
Puede ser uno de estos días
Tu ultima batalla
O que las larvas nos hagamos
Adultas

Y no entremos por la cerradura
El corazón pasando un túnel
Oscuro como un naufragio
Morir todavía y no después
Buscando sin remedio

El laberinto del sueño donde se
Pierden
Los demonios de la memoria


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"Morir Todavía" as written by Alan Boguslavsky Zondowicz Pedro Andreu Lapiedra

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    General CommentEsta canción es parcialmente basado en la obra de Pablo Neruda, incorporando unas líneas de "Solo la Muerte."

    La canción trata con temas de la pérdida, el anhelo y el destino (en cuanto a la muerte de los queridos)
    bloodofletheon August 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe lyrics for English speakers:

    The smallest thing is a mystery
    and the sacred so simple.
    The weeping of the nopales
    behind the hussar of death.
    when the coyote knocked on your door,
    howling unwelcome notes,
    the shadows snatched away
    the dreams of the just.

    You can't shut away
    the sun under a bell.
    You can't delay
    the appointed hour.

    One of these days
    could be your last battle
    and we, the larvae, grow up,
    and we are not able to fit through the lock.
    The heart going through a tunnel,
    dark as a wreck,
    dying yet and not after
    searching without a remedy.

    You can't shut away
    the sun under a bell.
    You can't delay
    the appointed hour.

    The labyrinth of the dream
    where the demons
    of memory are lost.

    By the way, a "nopal" (pluralized "nopales" in line 3) is a pear, especially a prickly pear, like on a cactus.

    Sounds like a song about death and the inevitability thereof.
    The One Free Manon May 01, 2008   Link

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