Imaginar, yo tan solo puedo imaginar,
que ya deje de verme niña
Que llamaras, y me invitaras hoy a cenar,
luego a bailar bajo la luna
pero mil de esos sueños no hacen realidad,
un abismo en el que llego
se que estoy muy lejos

Imaginar, yo tan solo puedo imaginar,
que tu me has hecho tu princesa
Y una vez mas, sentire como me hago un mar,
cubriendote ---(por tras) de arena
pero tanto que te pienso no te hara mirar,
hoy me veo tan perdida
por estar tan lejos...

Lejos de tu amor, lejos de tu corazon,
lejos de tu amor y sin salida, mire
Lejos de tu amor, lejos de tu corazon,
lejos de tu amor y sin salida, vuelve
Imaginar, yo tan solo puedo imaginar,
que ya deje de verme niña
Que llamaras, y me invitaras hoy a cenar,
luego a bailar bajo la luna
pero tanto que te pienso no te hara mirar,
hoy me veo tan perdida
por estar tan lejos...

Lejos de tu amor, lejos de tu corazon,
lejos de tu amor y sin salida, mire
Lejos de tu amor, lejos de tu corazon,
lejos de tu amor y sin salida, vuelve

RAP

Lejos de tu amor, lejos de tu corazon,
lejos de tu amor y sin salida, mire
Lejos de tu amor, lejos de tu corazon,
lejos de tu amor y sin salida, vuelve


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