Llama, no importa la hora que yo estoy aquí
Entre las cuatro paredes de mi habitación
Es importante al menos decirte
Que esto de tu ausencia duele
Y no sabes cuanto

Ven, aparece, tan solo comunícate
Que cada hora es un golpe de desolación
Es demasiado aburrido no estar a tu lado
Ven, que mi alma no quiere dejarte ir
Que los minutos me acechan aquí todo es gris
Y alrededor todo es miedo y desesperanza
Ven, que nunca imaginaba como era estar sola
Que no es nada fácil cuanto te derrotan
Que no sé que hacer y aquí no queda nada de nada
No me enseñaste como estar sin tí
Y qué le digo yo a este corazón
Si tú te has ido y todo lo perdí
¿por dónde empiezo, si todo acabó?
No me enseñaste como estar sin tí
Cómo olvidarte si nunca aprendí

Llama y devuélveme todo lo que un día fui
Esta locura de verte se vuelve obsesión
Cuando me invaden estos días tristes
Siempre recuerdo mi vida
Yo como te amo

Ven, que mi cuerpo la pasa extrañándote
Que mis sentidos se encuentran fuera de control
Es demasiado aburrido no estar a tu lado
Ven, que nunca imaginaba como era estar sola
Que no es nada fácil cuanto te derrotan
Que no sé que hacer y aquí no queda nada de nada
No me enseñaste como estar sin tí
Y qué le digo yo a este corazón
Si tú te has ido y todo lo perdí
¿por dónde empiezo, si todo acabó?
Cómo olvidarte si nunca aprendí

No me enseñaste, amor cómo lo hago sin ti

No me enseñaste como estar sin tí
Y qué le digo yo a este corazón
Si tú te has ido y todo lo perdí
¿por dónde empiezo, si todo acabó?
Cómo olvidarte si nunca aprendí

No me enseñaste como estar sin tí
Y qué le digo yo a este corazón
Si tú te has ido y todo lo perdí
¿por dónde empiezo, si todo acabó?
Cómo olvidarte si nunca aprendí

No me enseñaste como estar sin tí
Y qué le digo yo a este corazón
Si tú te has ido y todo lo perdí
¿por dónde empiezo, si todo acabó?
¿por dónde empiezo si nunca aprendí?


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