Mirándote a los ojos juraría
Que tienes algo nuevo que contarme
Empieza ya, mujer, no tengas miedo
Quizá para mañana sea tarde
Quizá para mañana sea tarde

¿Y cómo es él?
¿En qué lugar se enamoró de ti?
¿De dónde es?
¿A qué dedica el tiempo libre?
Pregúntale
¿Por qué ha robado un trozo de mi vida?
Es un ladrón, que me ha robado todo

¿Y cómo es él?
¿En qué lugar se enamoró de ti?
¿De dónde es?
¿A qué dedica el tiempo libre?
Pregúntale
¿Por qué ha robado un trozo de mi vida?
Es un ladrón que me ha robado todo

Arréglate, mujer, se te hace tarde
Y llévate el paraguas por si llueve
Él te estará esperando para amarte
Y yo estaré celoso de perderte

Y abrígate, te sienta bien ese vestido gris
Sonríete, que no sospeche que has llorado
Y déjame que vaya preparando mi equipaje
Perdóname si te hago otra pregunta

¿Y cómo es él?
¿En qué lugar se enamoró de ti?
¿De dónde es?
¿A qué dedica el tiempo libre?
Pregúntale
¿Por qué ha robado un trozo de mi vida?
Es un ladrón que me ha robado todo

¿Y cómo es él?
¿En qué lugar se enamoró de ti?
¿De dónde es?
¿A qué dedica el tiempo libre?
Pregúntale
¿Por qué ha robado un trozo de mi vida?
Es un ladrón que me ha robado todo


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