Siempre decías y hacías lo correcto
Parecías el hombre perfecto
Me ganaste siendo un caballero
Y lo sabes

Meses pasaron, te fui conociendo
La emoción se fue disminuyendo
Los detalles desapareciendo
Y lo sabes

Te hacía la cena y tú no llegabas
Todas tus excusas yo te las compraba
Las primeras cinco veces te creí
¿Qué quieres que piense ya de ti?

Yo no debería decirte qué hacer
Tú me enamoraste y lo hiciste muy bien
Yo he intentado todo, pero es imposible
Entiende que sola yo no puedo
Y si supiste conquistar mi corazón
Hoy que es todo tuyo ven y cuídalo
A pesar de todo yo aquí estoy
Supongo que lo sabes

Luego juraste que ibas a cambiar
Que tu egoísmo se quedaba atrás
Ilusionada yo te esperaba
Y lo sabes

Seguía haciendo cenas y tú no llegabas
Ahora tus excusas ni las escuchaba
Las segundas veinte veces me rendí
Y aún me pides que confíe en ti

Ya no sé qué hago aquí esperándote
Te amo, pero todo tiene un limite
Yo te di más de lo que nadie le ha dado
Mucho mucho más quizás fue demasiado
Poco a poco mis maletas empaqué
Esperando me dijeras quédate
No te diste cuenta lo que me faltaba
Me va a extrañar tu cama y lo sabes

Y ya no hay nada más que tú puedas hacer
Tú me lastimaste y lo hiciste muy bien
Aunque intentes todo ya nada es posible
Entiende que hoy sola yo puedo

Si supiste abandonar mi corazón
Hoy que ya está solo, solo déjalo
Que después de tanto ya por fin me voy
Supongo que lo sabes

Por tu culpa he conocido a alguien más
Alguien quien me da su vida y me da paz
Y eso no lo sabes

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