Cada vez que toco un poco fondo,
Cada vez que el tiempo vuela,
Un recuerdo más, que pasajero
Otra ilusión que llega

Cada corazón merece una oportunidad
Y estoy perdida sola en medio de la ciudad,
Soy la que lo piensa por los dos...
Hasta que sale el sol

Cada sensación o sentir vulgar,
Una sola cosa, un solo lugar
Un recuerdo más, que pasajero
Será como empezar otra vez de cero

Cada corazón merece una oportunidad
Y estoy perdida sola en medio de la ciudad,
Soy la que lo piensa por los dos...
Hasta que sale el sol

No importa el problema,
No importa la solución
Me quedo con lo poco que queda
Entero en el corazón

Me gustan los problemas,
No existe otra explicación
Ésta sí es una dulce condena...

Cada vez que toco un poco fondo,
Cada vez que el tiempo vuela,
Un recuerdo más, que pasajero
Otra ilusión que llega

Cada corazón merece una oportunidad
Y estoy perdida sola en medio de la ciudad,
Soy la que lo piensa por los dos...
Hasta que sale el sol

No importa el problema,
No importa la solución
Me quedo con lo poco que queda
Entero en el corazón

Me gustan los problemas,
No existe otra explicación
Ésta sí es una dulce condena,
Una dulce bendición

Cada sensación o sentir vulgar,
Una sola cosa, un solo lugar
Un recuerdo más, que pasajero
Será como empezar otra vez de cero

Cada corazón merece una oportunidad
Y estoy perdida sola en medio de la ciudad,
Soy la que lo piensa por los dos...
Hasta que sale el sol
Soy la que lo piensa por los dos...
Hasta que sale el sol.


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