Jah! This is the rococo sound crew rockin' the bad vibration
With a ragga's style that beats the sadness, blast the darkness
& kill the citizen's confussion
Get up!

Hay veces que no puedo dejar de mirarte
Y enojada me dices, me repites voltea para allá
Pero eso me resulta imposible tratar de ignorar tu encanto
Porque es tanto el destello que tu sueltas al caminar

Y es tan poco el tiempo que tu tienes para mi
Y es tan poco el tiempo que yo tengo para vos

Y así pasan los idas, pasan uno y pasan más
Es largo el camino que nos queda por andar
Cuando el amor es real no es difícil resistir
No existen las distancias, no, no lo vamos a dejar morir

Porque, porque,
Porque es tan poco el tiempo que tu tienes para mi
Porque es tan poco el tiempo que yo tengo para vos

Y es que llevas parte de mi en tu existir
Y yo llevo aquí la esencia que me hace vivir
Porque llevas parte de mi en tu interior
Y yo llevo tu sonrisa que me da su calor

Y hoy nos enteramos que viene alguien más,
Que viene algo que a nuestra vida esta por sanar sanar
Viene limpiando, viene curando, alivianando las heridas del pasado

Y nos hace más fuertes, nos hace como humanos
Nos hace invencibles y nos hace sonreír
Nos hace más limpios, nos hace como hermanos
Nos hace imparables, nos hace existir.

Y es tan poco el tiempo que tu tienes para mi
Y es tan poco el tiempo que yo tengo para vos

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