La carretera que lleva hacia el mar
Brilla con la luna llena
Fuegos artificiales vuelan en mi cabeza
El verano ha llamado a la puerta

Corre la sangre
Ligera por mis venas
Y hay en el aire ilusiones nuevas

Ruedan las olas cargadas de arena
Bajo una lluvia de estrellas
Puedo sentir la brisa perfumada de brea
Que me toca y me quita las penas

Vuela la espuma
Se mueven las palmeras
Y hasta la luna baila en las hogueras

Un pie tras otro pie, sin correr, paso a paso
Los poros de mi piel se despiertan despacio
Un pie tras otro estoy temblando igual que tiembla un niño
Un pie tras otro voy por si consigo dar contigo y no

Vivir del recuerdo no vale la pena
Se sufre más de la cuenta
Pero por más que intento echarte de mi cabeza
Tonto mi corazón no se deja

Hoy hace un año
Que vi por vez primera
Con la locura de tu piel morena

Un pie tras otro pie, sin correr, paso a paso
Los poros de mi piel se despiertan despacio
Un pie tras otro estoy temblando igual que tiembla un niño
Un pie tras otro voy por si consigo dar contigo y no

Un pie tras otro pie, sin correr, paso a paso
Los poros de mi piel se despiertan despacio
Un pie tras otro estoy temblando igual que tiembla un niño
Un pie tras otro voy por si consigo dar contigo y no

Un pie tras otro pie, sin correr, paso a paso
Los poros de mi piel se despiertan despacio
Un pie tras otro pie, sin correr, paso a paso
Los poros de mi piel se despiertan despacio, no


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