Vi como la tierra se moría de sed
Y se llenaba de desiertos
Vi como la guerra no dejaba ni un ser
Allí todo eran muertos
Sacrificios en el juicio que hay al final
Yo los vi
Vi como perdías la esperanza y la fe
No se ve la salida

Caes tu caes en busca del bien
En la última senda
Caes si tú caes y aun de buena fe
En la última tentación
La última tentación

Vi como a los niños les pelaba la piel
La tierra era un infierno
Vi como los hombres sin nada qué comer
Mutilaban sus cuerpos
Hasta cuando no pensando en los demás
Yo los vi
Vi como los ángeles llevaban a dios
Las cuentas de tu vida

Caes tu caes en busca del bien

Visionario no soy
Visionario no soy
Y aquí te dejo
No sin antes avisar
Visionario no soy
Visionario no soy
Y aquí te dejo
No sin antes avisar
Que al salir has de caer
En "la ultima tentación"

Visionario no soy
Visionario no soy
Y aquí te dejo
No sin antes avisar
Visionario no soy
Visionario no soy
Y aquí te dejo
No sin antes avisar
Que al salir has de caer
En "la ultima tentación"


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