Lo que corre en mi sangre
Es la esencia bendita de una hermosa mujer
Lo que mora en mi alma
Es solo su querer

Y aunque tengo en mis manos
De empezar nuevamente, la posibilidad
No me cabe en la mente
Ver otra realidad

Conforme pasa el tiempo
Solo espero el momento de volverme a mirar
En los ojos que encerraron mi existir
Y no dejaron ir

De aquella mujer bonita
De imagen tierna, llena de luz
Quiero oír el dulce tono de su voz
Diciéndome que no era serio aquel adiós

A aquella que hizo conmigo
De aquel mendigo falto de amor
Su más fiel y enamorado soñador
A aquella que a mi vida le cambió el color
Yo busco hoy

De aquella mujer bonita
De imagen tierna, llena de luz
Quiero oír el dulce tono de su voz
Diciéndome que no era serio aquel adiós

A aquella que hizo conmigo
De aquel mendigo falto de amor
Su más fiel y enamorado soñador
A aquella que a mi vida le cambió el color
Yo busco hoy


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