Cuando yo era niño de ti me enamoré
Y desde este momento en ti yo solo pensé
Crecía, crecía pensando en este día
Que tú conmigo vendrías a vivir la vida mía
Pero despues te fuiste a otro país vivir
Y yo no sabía ni a donde escribir
Ahora juntos de nuevo, no me dejes así
Con el corazón ardiendo, no me dejes mami

Yo quiero amor pa'mi
Todo lo que yo quiero es amor pa'mí
Porque amor pa'ti
Todo lo que yo tengo es amor pa'ti

Libre de cora, libre de cora, libre de corazón
Yo voy por la vida mamá, libre de corazón
Libre de cora, libre de cora, libre de corazón
Yo voy por la vida mamá, libre de corazón

No me meto en nadie, yo voy libre de corazón
El sargento se da un paseíto, libre de corazón
Boom, te lo digo mami, libre de corazón
Y todo el mundo tiene que ir, libre de corazón
Para acabar con el odio, libre de corazón
Pa' que tiren armas al fuego, libre de corazón
Boom te lo digo mami
El Sargento viene pregonando

Yo ya se lo que digo, te lo tienes bien sabido
Que en nombre de la libertad, el hombre mata a su hermano
Sí, en nombre de la libertad, el militar mata a su hermano
El derecho del ser humano es de serun gusano
Que por más pájaro que el tendrá que ser comido
Yo ya se, yo ya voy, yo ya quiero

No me gusta la guerra, no me gustan las armas
Escucha compaí, lucha por la paz
Amigo no le tires el amigo en la esplanada
Hermano no le escupas al hermano en la cara
El uso de violencia llamala venganza
La sangre llama la sangre, el orgullo, la muerte
Yo no soy policía, yo no soy militar
Y a otro hombre yo no quiero nunca matar
Porque yo quiero

Yo quiero amor pa'mi
Todo lo que yo quiero es amor pa'mí
Porque amor pa'ti
Todo lo que yo tengo es amor pa'ti

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Amor Pa Mi Lyrics as written by Jean Michel Rossignol Bruno Garcia

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