Bendito el lugar, y el motivo de estar ahí
Bendita la coincidencia
Bendito el reloj, que nos puso puntual ahí
Bendita sea tu presencia

Bendito Dios por encontrarnos, en el camino
Y de quitarme esta soledad, de mi destino

Bendita la luz, bendita la luz de tu mirada
Bendita la luz, bendita la luz de tu mirada
Desde el alma

Benditos ojos, que me esquivaban
Simulaban desdén, que me ignoraban
Y de repente, sostienes la mirada

Bendito Dios por encontrarnos, en el camino
Y de quitarme esta soledad, de mi destino

Bendita la luz, bendita la luz de tu mirada
Bendita la luz, bendita la luz de tu mirada, oh

Gloria divina, de esta suerte del buen Tino
De encontrarte justo ahí, en medio del camino
Gloria al cielo de encontrarte ahora
Llevarte mi soledad, y coincidir en mi destino
En el mismo destino, épale

Bendita la luz, bendita la luz de tu mirada
Bendita la luz, bendita la luz de tu mirada
Bendita mirada, oh-oh
Bendita mirada desde el alma

(Tu mirada, oh-oh) bendita, bendita, bendita mirada
Bendita tu alma y bendita tu luz
(Tu mirada, oh-oh) oh, no
Te digo es tan bendita tu luz, amor, amor

(Y tu mirada, oh-oh) bendito el reloj y bendito el lugar
Benditos tus besos cerquita del mar
(Y tu mirada, oh-oh) amor, amor
Qué bendita tu mirada, tu mirada amor

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Bendita Tu Luz Lyrics as written by Sergio Vallin Jose Fernando Emilio Olvera Sierra

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    best song, el amor es ciego, y cuando alguien con buenos sentimientos se enamora de ti, su luz es un regalo de dios, dios es amor, Mana rules, love you Diabla, thanks for your light, just letting you know.

    Deadicuson December 05, 2006   Link
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    Bonita la version co Juan Luis Guerra

    sugar magnoliaon January 07, 2007   Link

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