Ahora
Tú me pierdes la razón
No digas nada
Siempre siempre serán los dos
Sabemos
Aquella noche
Y por la calle
Lo mismo será

Tú quieres volver y no te veo más
Tú quieres volver y no te siento na'
Tú quieres volver y no te veo más
Tú quieres volver y no te siento na'

Tú quieres volver y no te veo más
Tú quieres volver y no me encuentro más
Tú quieres volver y no te veo más
Tú quieres volver y no me encuentro más

Yo pienso aquel día
Lo mismo que ayer
Lo mismo será

Yo pienso aquel día
Lo mismo que ayer
Lo mismo piensa

Tú quieres volver y no te veo más
Tú quieres volver y no me encuentro más
Tú quieres volver y no te veo más
Tú quieres volver y no me encuentro más

Tú quieres volver y no te veo más
Tú quieres volver y no me encuentro más
Tú quieres volver y no te veo más
Tú quieres volver y no me encuentro más


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