Rayando el sol
Rayando por ti
Esta pena, me duele, me quema sin tu amor
No me has llamado, estoy desesperado
Son muchas lunas las que te he llorado

Rayando el sol, desesperación
Es más fácil llegar al sol que a tu corazón
Me muero por ti, viviendo sin ti
Y no aguanto, me duele tanto estar así
Rayando el sol

A tu casa yo fui
Y no te encontré
En el parque, en la plaza, en el cine yo te busqué
Te tengo atrapada entre mi piel y mi alma
Mas ya no puedo tanto y quiero estar junto a ti

Rayando el sol, desesperación
Es más fácil llegar al sol que a tu corazón
Y yo me muero por ti, viviendo sin ti
Y no aguanto, me duele tanto estar así
Rayando el sol

Rayando el sol, desesperación
Es más fácil llegar al sol que a tu corazón
Y yo me muero por ti, viviendo sin ti
Y no aguanto, me duele tanto estar así
Y rayando, rayando el sol
Rayando el sol
Rayando el sol
Rayando el sol (eh)


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Rayando El Sol Lyrics as written by Jose Fernando Emilio Olvera Sierra Alejandro Gonzalez Trujillo

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    I loved this song when I was a little girl. I still do. Rayando... rayando el sol... :)

    bee_happyon May 23, 2002   Link
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    This is a pretty good classic love song. It´s not some Thalia or Paulina crap. It is cheesy,but considering it was written over a decade ago,i am impressed.

    meanguy300on February 03, 2005   Link
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    i love this song... it's about a guy thats basically singing that it is far eaiser to scratch the sun than to reach this girl's heart... love it... the guitar is good and the harmonica makes this a great song... like the guy above me said it's a classic...

    jkmerc17on January 17, 2006   Link
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    I love these song i think that some dude had a girl but she left him for some one else because he wasent good enough for her so he thinks its esier to ryar el sol than to get her to like him

    chendoon February 26, 2007   Link
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    Goodness, this song is brilliant. And I was able to relate to it perfectly a long while back.

    Okay, let me give this a shot.

    "Rayando el sol, rayando por ti"

    means that he's scratching out the sun, and he's scratching it out for the girl he loves because its all he could do.

    and the pity he has hurts because he doesn't have her love. he's desperate because he hasn't heard from her, and he's cried for her so many nights [moons]

    it's easier for him to reach the sun that her heart, and it's killing him inside that he can't be with her, and he can't take it anymore, so he scratches the sun.

    it says that he went to her house, but he didn't find her there, he went to the park, the plaza, the movies, and he didn't find her.

    and her presence is trapped in his skin and soul. he can't take it anymore, and wants to be with her. but he knows it'll never happen...

    her_beautiful_lifeon August 14, 2007   Link
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    rayando is more like reaching for, like he reaching for her, but he cant get her

    trerexon October 18, 2007   Link
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    I just heard this song and it reminds me of when I was younger. So sad that he looks for her everywhere but is unable to find her, he really loves her.

    MoThR930206on October 29, 2008   Link

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