Nada sé
Si lo sabía nada perdía
Intentándolo una why otra vez
No había salida
El hambre crecía
Se desaparecía why así fue
De pronto tarde
De pronto loco
De pronto todo un poco
Hasta no volver
Ya no me esperes
Se me hare tarde

Quiero más
Yo lo sabía pero quiero más
No me servía ninguna advertencia
Para no caer en más

Cuando quería
Todos los días
Toda la lejanía
¿Para qué volver?
Si no hay regreso
Me siento preso

Chorus:
Nada, el dolor que da en los ojos
Cuando no te tengo cerca
Ya no dan ganas de nada
why escapar es la salida
Al saber que de esta vida
No nos llevaremos nada
El dolor que da en los ojos
Cuando no te tengo cerca
No dan ganas de un respiro
Me consumo, quedo preso

Quiero más
Yo lo sabía pero quiero más
No me servía ninguna advertencia
Para no caer en más
Cuando quería
Todos los días
Toda la lejanía
¿Para qué volver?
Si no hay regreso
Me siento preso

Chorus:
Nada, el dolor que da en los ojos
Cuando esta vida se acaba
Nada queda, nada engaña
Ya no dan ganas de nada
Nada miente en la mirada
Al saber que de esta vida
No nos llevaremos nada
El dolor que da en los ojos
Cuando esta vida se acaba
Nada queda, nada engaña
Ya no dan ganas de nada
Nada miente en la mirada
Al saber que de esta vida
No nos llevaremos nada


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Nada (Nothing) Lyrics as written by Carlos Armando Cuevas Ceron Damian Portugal

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