Le notti non finiscono
All'alba nella via
Le porto a casa insieme a me
Ne faccio melodia
E poi mi trovo a scrivere
Chilometri di lettere
Sperando di vederti ancora qui

Inutile parlarne sai, non capiresti mai
Seguirti fino all'alba e poi
Vedere dove vai
Mi sento un po' bambino ma
Lo so con te non finirà
Il sogno di sentirsi dentro ad un film

E poi all'improvviso sei arrivata tu
Non so chi l'ha deciso
M'hai preso sempre più
Una quotidiana guerra
Con la razionalità
Ma va bene purché serva per farmi uscire

Come mai, ma chi sarai, per fare questo a me
Notti intere ad aspettarti, ad aspettare te
Dimmi come mai, ma chi sarai per farmi stare qui
Qui seduto in una stanza, pregando per un sì

Gli amici se sapessero che sono proprio io
Pensare che credevano
Che fossi quasi un dio
Perche non mi fermavo mai
Nessuna storia inutile
Uccidersi d'amore, ma per chi?

Lo sai all'improvviso sei arrivata tu
Non so chi l'ha deciso
M'hai preso sempre più
Una quotidiana guerra con la razionalità
Ma va bene purché serva per farmi uscire

Come mai, ma chi sarai, per fare questo a me
Notti intere ad aspettarti, ad aspettare te
Dimmi come mai, ma chi sarai, per farmi stare qui
Qui seduto in una stanza, pregando per un sì

Dimmi come mai, ma chi sarai, per fare questo a me
Notti intere ad aspettarti, ad aspettare te
Dimmi come mai, ma chi sarai, per farmi stare qui
Qui seduto in una stanza, pregando per un sì

Dimmi come mai, ma chi sarai, per farmi stare qui
Qui seduto in una stanza, pregando per un sì


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    no!! anke qua gli 883!!

    crazy_iaiaon August 28, 2002   Link

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