Uno, dos, tres, va
Ohh es la ladrona que se robó mi corazón
Una mañana cuando pasaba
Ohh por que razón, sin consultar y sin llamar
Toda la vida me enamoré de vos

Mi corazón es delicado, tiene que estar muy bien cuidado
Trátalo bien tu lo has robado
Quiéreme, bésame, mírame
Mi corazón es delicado porque una vez fue traicionado
Trátalo bien tu lo has robado
Quiéreme, bésame, mírame, siempre es así
Oh Oh

Oh, es la ladrona que se robó mi corazón
Una mañana cuando pasaba
Oh, por que razón sin consultar y sin llamar
Toda la vida me enamore de vos

Mi corazon es delicado tiene que estar muy bien cuidado
Trátalo bien, tu lo has robado
Quiereme, besame, mirame
Mi corazon es delicado porque una vez fue tricionado
Trátalo bien, tu lo has robado
Quiéreme, bésame, mírame
Mi corazón es delicado, tiene que estar muy bien cuidado
Tratalo bien, tu lo has robado
Quiereme, besame, mirame, siempre es así

Oh oh, oh oh
Oh oh, oh oh
Oh oh, oh oh

Oh


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