Vamos!

Mi mente es algo terrible,
Una forma para matar.
No es un cuerpo de la tierra, noo.
Ni la cara que te amó.

Me converti en un marciano,
oh oh oh
Ami me llaman por mi nombre,
oh oh oh
Por las noches no puedo dormir,
oh oh oh
Me converti en un marciano.

Caminando por el subterraneo,
los humanos estan arriba del mundo,
No me gusta este mundo.
Y yo quiero salir de aqui.

Me converti en un marciano,
oh oh oh
Ami me llaman por mi nombre,
oh oh oh
Por las noches no puedo dormir,
oh oh oh
Me converti en un marciano.

woah
woah

Me converti en un marciano.
oh oh oh
Ami me llaman por mi nombre
oh oh oh
Por las noches no puedo dormir.
oh oh oh
Me converti en un marciano.
oh oh oh
Por las noches no puedo dormir
oh oh oh
Me converti en un marciano.
oh oh oh



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    Que linda cancion! yo se que es un cover de misfits pero esta chida tambien.

    awakenpunkon April 22, 2004   Link

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