No ves que todo lo que hago es por vos
Y si tus ojos lloran yo me abrazo a vos
Y vas buscando la manera de cambiar
Y vas cambiando mi manera de pensar

Será por tus ojitos o tu gran humor
Que cuando estas conmigo me siento mejor
Y vas cambiando mil estrellas por mamá
Y vas cambiando mil abrazos con papá

Es que no hay nada que me haga más feliz
Si solo hoy pudiera estar siempre en vos y sentirme bien
Y vas cambiando mil caricias de mamá
Y vas cambiando mil abrazos con papá

Es que no hay nada que me haga más feliz
Si solo hoy pudiera estar siempre en vos y sentirme bien y
Sentirme bien con vos

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Sentirme Bien Lyrics as written by Paulo Enrique Funes Lorea Patricio Esteban Castelao

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