La Soledad
Ella se ha marchado para no volver
la espero pero se que no vendra en el tren
Es solo un corazon con alma de metal,
En esa niebla gris que envuelve la ciudad

Su banco esta vacio
ella sigue en mi
la siento respirar
pienso que sigue aqui
ni la distancia enorme puede dividir
dos corazones y un solo latir

Quizas si tu piensas en mi,
Si a nadie quieres tu hablar,
Si tu te escondes como yo.
Si huyes de todo y si te vas
Pronto a la cama sin cenar,
Si aprietas fuerte contra ti
La almohada y te hechas a llorar
Si tu no sabes cuanto mal
Te hara la soleadad

Miro en mi diario tu fotografia
Con ojos de muchacha un poco timida,
La aprieto contra el pecho y me parece que
Estas aqui, entre ingles y matematicas.
Tus padres y sus consejos, que monotonia
Por causa del trabajo y otras tonterias
Te ha llevado lejos sin contar contigo,
Te ha dicho " un dia lo comprenderas".

Quizas si tu piensas en mi,
Con los amigos de veras
Tratando solo de olvidar.
No es nada facil, la verdad.
En clase ya no puedo mas
Y por las tardes es peor
No tengo ganas de estudiar
Por ti mi pensamiento va.

Es imposible dividir asi la vida de los dos
Por eso esperame, carino mio
Conserva la illusion.

La soledad entre los dos
Esta silencio en mi interior,
Esa inquietud de ver pasar asi
La vida sin tu amor.
Por eso, esperame, porque
Esto no puede suceder
Es imposible separar asi
La historia de los dos.

La soledad,la soledad, la soledad, la soledad
La soledad, la soledad, la soledad,
Soledad entre los dos este vacio en mi corazon,
Me hace llorar, me hace sufrir porque no estas
No estas cerca de mi
Pero siempre pienso en ti
Esperame, no me dejes sola
Aqui con mi sufrir
Ai nai na na
ai nai na na
Mi coro dice asi
y quiero yo
Que canten conmigo
Conmigo, la sole, sole, sole, soledad

Ai nai nai na na
Na nai nai na na
Na nai nai na na
Es imposible vivir asi,
No me hagas sufrir, bebe
Ai nai na na
La soledad entre los dos
No puedo vivir sin tu amor esperame
Llevame contigo de ti
Esto no puede suceder
Ella se ha marchado para no volver
Ay pero que soledad
Llamame o escribame

Te escribo esta carta y te quiero decir
Tambien se me hace dificil vivir sin ti
Miro tu fotografia y me pongo a llorar
Pero se que un dia, pronto a mi voleras
Ai nai na na
ai nai na na
Siempre cantare'
Y aunque no estas a mi lado,
Yo se que regresare'

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