Deliberé, deliberé, na-ra

Ay, de estos días intensos
Que linda prueba son
Oh-uoh, oh-uoh, oh

Que días más intensos estos
No sé pa' ti pero pa' mí
Cada instante escarba más adentro
Que días más intensos estos
Mis ojos no cierran
No guardan descanso
Espera que traigan sorpresa los días
Pues traigo un par de sueños acá
Anhelando ser vida

No quiero ser un tornillo más
En la maquina de demoler
No quiero ser un soldado más
En la guerra de poder

Quiero reencontrar la inocencia
Y la pureza tal vez
Y si es posible querer sin ver a quién
Y sin saber por qué
Me vendría muy bien, sí
Nos vendría muy bien

Que días más intensos estos
No sé pa' ti pero pa' mí
Cada instante escarba más adentro
Que días más intensos estos
Mi alma se escapa
Se entrega
No guarda descanso
Espera que traigan más reto los días
Pues la cicatrices son mapas en mi piel
Que orientan mi vida

No quiero estar un minuto más
Sin cultivar algún saber
No quiero ver otro día llegar
Sin crecer porque hoy no es lo mismo que ayer, no
No, no-oh, no-uh, no
No-uh-oh-oh, no

Ah-oh-ah-ah, uh-uh

Ya Silvio me sumó su estatura
Con su canción de imágenes
Bob Marley me enseño que no hay fortuna
Que pague lo que a logrado él
Herbie Hancock me enseñó a ser más fiel
A lo que pide la piel
Y a no temerle a crecer
No, uh-no temerle a crecer

Que días más intensos estos
Que días más intensos estos
Que días más intensos estos
Tanto afuera como adentro
Que días más intensos estos
Tanto afuera como adentro

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