Quizá bastaba respirar
Solo respirar muy lento
Recuperar cada latido en mí
Y no tiene sentido ahora que no estás
¿Ahora dónde estás?

Porque yo no
Puedo acostumbrarme aun
Diciembre ya llegó

No estás aquí
Yo te esperare hasta el fin

En cambio no, hoy no
Hay tiempo de explicarte
Ni preguntar si te amé lo suficiente
Yo estoy aquí
Y quiero hablarte ahora

Por que se rompen en mis dientes
Las cosas importantes
Esas palabras
Que nunca escucharás

Y las sumerjo en un lamento
Haciéndolas salir
Son todas para ti
Una por una aquí

¿Las sientes ya?
Pesan y se posarán
Entre nosotros dos

Si me faltas tú (si faltas tú)
No las puedo repetir
No las puedo pronunciar

En cambio no
Me llueven los recuerdos
De aquellos días que
Corríamos al viento
Quiero soñar
Que puedo hablarte ahora

En cambio no, hoy no
Hay tiempo de explicarte
También tenía yo
Mil cosas que contarte
Y frente a mí
Mil cosas que me arrastran junto a ti

Quizá bastaba respirar
Solo respirar muy lento
Hoy es tarde
Hoy en cambio no

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En Cambio No Lyrics as written by Paolo Romano Carta, Laura Pausini, Jorge Ignacio Ballesteros Moreno, Niccolo Agliardi

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