Como después de la noche
Brilla una nueva mañana
Como después de la noche
Brilla una nueva mañana
Así también en tu llanto
Hay una luz de esperanza
Así también en tu llanto
Hay una luz de esperanza

Como después de la lluvia
Llega de nuevo la calma
Como después de la lluvia
Llega de nuevo la calma
El año nuevo te espera
Con alegrías en el alma
El año nuevo te espera
Con alegrías en el alma

Y vamos abriendo puertas
Y vamos cerrando heridas
Porque en el año que llega
Vamos a vivir la vida
Y vamos abriendo puertas
Y vamos cerrando heridas
Pasito a paso en la senda
Vamos a hallar la salida

Como al salir de la tierra
Vuelve a cantar la cigarra
Como al salir de la tierra
Vuelve a cantar la cigarra
Así es el canto que llevan
Las notas de mi guitarra
Así es el canto que llevan
Las notas de mi guitarra

Como a través de la selva
Se van abriendo caminos
Como a través de la selva
Se van abriendo caminos
Así también en la vida
Se va labrando el destino
Así también en la vida
Se va labrando el destino

Y vamos abriendo puertas
Y vamos cerrando heridas
Porque en el año que llega
Vamos a vivir la vida
Y vamos abriendo puertas
Y vamos cerrando heridas
Pasito a paso en la senda
Vamos a hallar la salida

Abriendo puertas
Cerrando heridas
Que en la vida hay tanto por hacer
Deja tu llanto y echa pa'lante con fe
Abriendo puertas,
Cerrando heridas
Yo te lo digo de corazón
Que año nuevo será mucho mejor

Abriendo puertas
Cerrando heridas
No existen barreras para ti
Si te propones serás feliz, muy feliz
Abriendo puertas
Cerrando heridas
Que el fracaso es puro invento
Ya no me vengas con ese cuento
No, no


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