Cuando tú estás conmigo
Es cuando yo digo
Que valió la pena todo, todo
Lo que yo he sufrido
No sé si es un sueño aún
O es una realidad
Pero cuando estoy contigo es cuando digo

Que este amor que siento
Es porque tú lo has merecido
Con decirte, amor, que otra vez he amanecido
Llorando de felicidad
A tu lado yo siento que estoy viviendo
Nada es como ayer
Abrázame que el tiemo pasa y él nunca perdona
Ha hecho estragos en mi gente como en mi persona
Abrázame que el tiempo es malo y muy cruel amigo
Abrázame que el tiempo es oro si tú estás conmigo
Abrázame fuerte, muy fuerte, más fuerte que nunca

Siempre abrázame
Hoy que tú estás conmigo
Yo no sé si está pasando el tiempo o tú lo has detenido
Así quiero estar por siempre
Aprovecho que estas tú conmigo
Te doy gracias por cada momento de mi vivir
Tú cuando mires para el cielo
Por cada estrella que aparezca amor es un "te quiero"
Abrázame que el tiempo hiere y el cielo es testigo
Que el tiempo es cruel y a nadie quiere por eso te digo
Abrázame muy fuerte amor, mantenme así a tu lado
Yo quiero agradecerte, amor, todo lo que me has dado
Quiero corresponderte de una forma u otra a diario

Amor, yo nunca del dolor he sido partidario
Pero a mí me tocó sufrir cuando confié y creí
En alguien que juró que daba su vida por mí
Abrázame que el tiempo pasa y ese no se detiene
Abrázame muy fuerte amor que el tiempo en contra viene
Abrázame que dios perdona pero el tiempo a ninguno
Abrázame que no le importa saber quién es uno
Abrázame que el tiempo pasa y él nunca perdona
Ha hecho estragos en mi gente como en mi persona
Abrázame que el tiempo es malo y muy cruel amigo
Abrázame muy fuerte amor

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