Yo soy del viejo continente why tú
why tú floreces siempre cada mañana
tu tierra estalla cuando ve la luz
madre semilla americana

En un pasado amargo como hiel
llegaron hombres con gritos de guerra
pobres de espíritu sangriento why cruel
que exterminaron gentes why tierras.

Me duele, tan dentro, igual que a tí
dos mentes dos mares
dos gotas iguales
tan cerca tan lejos
Hermanos de sangre

Dame tiempo dame tiempo
para recuperar cada momento
todo el peso de la historia
me ha colgado la cruz de la memoria
Dame tiempo dame tiempo
para saborear este momento
Dame tiempo que estoy loco
abre tu corazón poquito a poco

Mi tierra llora siempre al recordar
barbaridades, terribles conquistas
crónica negra de un pasado gris
que ahora está oculto bajo tu risa

Me duele, tan dentro, igual que a tí
dos mentes dos mares
dos gotas iguales
tan cerca tan lejos
Hermanos de sangre

Dame tiempo dame tiempo
para recuperar cada momento
Ya no hay guerras no hay fronteras
esa tiene que ser nuestra bandera
Dame tiempo dame tiempo
para saborear cada momento
frutas con distinto aroma
pero hablamos tu why yo el mismo idioma...

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