Que me importa el Calvari
si amarte es sufrir,
o que juegues con cartas marcadas.
Lo que importa el las noches
pasadas en ti,
aunque a cambio me rompas el alma.

¿Que me importa la vida!
¿De que sirve vivir
si me falta tu cuerpo caliente?
Lo que importa es tocarte
y apagar esta sed,
que tan solo me apage tu fuente.

Que sin ti nada tiene valor,
y por eso soy tuyo,
esclavo y senor.

Cosas del amor,
cosas de la vida :
Tu eres mi aguila real,
yo soy tu gacela herida.

Cosas de tu carne,
cosas de tu piel,
que me arrastra por las olas
como barco de papel.

Cosas del amor,
cosas de la vida:
tu me haces el dolor
y me curas las heridas.

Cosas de tu cuerpo,
cosas de mi voz
predicando en el desierto
de tu absurdo corazon.

¿Para que quiero aire
si repiro de ti?
¿Para que quiero luz
ni ventanas?
Si me basta sentirte amarrada a mi piel,
y saber que a tu modo me amas.

Que me importa esperarte
una y mil veces mas
si al final tu me inudas el tiempo.
Lo que importa es mirarte
en silencia y saber
que tal vez tenerte
te tengo.

Que sin ti nada tiene valor,
y por eso soy tuyo
esclavo y senor.

Cosas del amor,
cosas de la vida:
Tu eres mi aguila real,
yo soy tu gacela herida.

Cosas de tu carne,
cosas de tu piel,
que me arrastra por las olas
como barco de papel.

Cosas del amor
cosas de la vida:
tu me haces el dolor
y me curas las heridas

Cosas de tu cuerpo,
cosas de mi voz
predicando en el desierto
de tu absurdo corazon...


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