Hoy te quiero confesar, cuando te miro al pasar
Quiero conocerte más pero no me atrevo
No puedo disimular, tu boca quiero explorar
Con fuego yo quiero jugar, que de amor me quemo

No puede mi alma callar su amor por ti
Y quiere cinco palabras hoy decir
Quiero que me quieras amar
Quiero que me quieras de más
Quiero que me quieras dar la oportunidad
Quiero que me quieras amar
Quiero que me quieras no más
Quiero que me quieras dar la oportunidad

Cuanto tengo que esperar, dime como soportar
Mil suspiros ocultar, siento que me muero
Ya no te resistas más, créeme que te va a gustar
Mira que te va a quemar un poco de este fuego

No puede mi alma callar su amor por ti
Y quiere cinco palabras hoy decir
Quiero que me quieras amar
Quiero que me quieras de más
Quiero que me quieras dar la oportunidad
Quiero que me quieras amar
Quiero que me quieras no más
Quiero que me quieras dar la oportunidad

Pobre, loco enamorado corazón
Me tiene tan bloqueada la razón
Lo que no daría por un poco de amor de ti

Quiero que me quieras amar
Quiero que me quieras de más
Quiero que me quieras dar la oportunidad

Quiero que me quieras amar
Quiero que me quieras de más
Quiero que me quieras dar la oportunidad

Quiero que me quieras amar
Quiero que me quieras de más
Quiero que me quieras dar la oportunidad


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