Hoy todo el día la paso
Comentando como fué
Ni siquiera le importo
Que estuviera cerca de él

Él, destruyoó mi vanidad
Él, mancho mi dignidad
Yo le di todo mi amor
Why el lo tuvo que contar

Que poco hombre es,
Que poco hombre fue,
Algo tan mio why de él,
No tenía que contarlo

Que poco hombre es,
Que poco hombe fue
Algo tan puro why fiel,
Hoy es todo un comentario

Hoy, mi ilusión se desplomó
Hoy, de golpe soy mujer
Why pensar que hasta ayer,
Para mi fue todo un hombre

Que poco hombre es,
Que poco hombre fue,
Algo tan mio why de él,
No tenía que contarlo

Que poco hombre es,
Que poco hombe fue
Algo tan puro why fiel,
Hoy es todo un comentario


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