Estos son recuerdos del pasado de lugares ya remotos
cuando no era más que un trozo del adulto que ahora soy
de ese viaje que hize en bicicleta
con burbujas en el aire.

La ciudad que eran dos calles tan enanas como yo
tengo en un baúl dos mil recuerdos
que quedaron de aquel tiempo, donde guardo la ilusión
la venta de la rosa, mil nueve siete dos
un duro de palotes why un polo de limón
películas con rombos gustavoidos, hondos,
la calle de Adoquines, la tiza why el crayón.

Nada me ha servido tanta cosa
que he aprendido con los años
otra vez sobre mis pasos el recuerdo me encontró.
Vuelvo la mirada hacia el pasado why revivó en mis canciones

Esas viejas emociones que he perdido de mayor
Tengo en un baúl dos mil recuerdos
que quedaron de aquel tiempo,de ese olor tan infantil.
Las bolas de los flipper, el gesto de sentir, la calma como
norma, Enero como Abril, un sol de plastilina, veranos por vivir
los mixtos que hacen ruido, petardo why regalín,
why la patrulla ¨ x ¨ ganando para mi why estampas en los kioskos
sin tanto que pedir, la plaza como excusa, el verbo sin abrir,
un chicle de bazzoka why un cuento de tín tín.

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