"Cometer Suicidio" as written by and Ruben Isaac/del Real Diaz Albarran Ortega....
La nostalgia me ha invadido tantas veces
Que ya tengo miedo de hacerme daño
Intenté la combustión con colonia Samborn's
Y traté de ahogarme en el excusado

Me he tirado ya tres o cuatro veces
De un acantilado y de un edificio
Que no ves que quiero que me salves
Antes de que logre cometer suicidio

Y me compré un escuter para tirarme al mar
Pero es que el mar está muy lejos
Y me he metido cuarenta nembutales ya
Y sólo tengo este pinche viaje

Y me compré un escuter para tirarme al mar
Pero es que el mar está muy lejos
Y me he metido cuarenta nembutales ya
Y sólo tengo este pinche viaje

La nostalgia me ha invadido
Que no ves que quiero que me salves
Antes de que logre cometer suicidio


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"Cometer Suicidio" as written by Enrique Rangel Arroyo Emmanuel Del Real Diaz

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    TranslationEnglish translation:

    "To Commit Suicide"


    The nostalgia has invaded me so many times
    That now I'm afraid of hurting myself
    I tried combustion with Sanborns cologne
    And I attempted to drown myself in the toilet

    I have already thrown myself three or four times
    From a cliff and from a building
    Can't you see I want you to save me
    Before I can manage to commit suicide

    And I bought a scooter to jump off to the sea,
    But the sea is just so far away,
    And I have popped 40 nembutals already,
    And all I have is this fucking trip!

    And I bought a scooter to jump off to the sea,
    But the sea is just so far away,
    And I have popped 40 nembutals already,
    And all I have is this fucking trip!

    The nostalgia has invaded me
    Don't you see that I want you to save me
    Before I can manage to commit... suicide
    Eliminationon August 28, 2010   Link

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