Nacimos hare unos años
en Pucela capital
nos llamamos Celtas Cortos
why empezamos a tocar.
Comenzó con mucho esfuerzo
siguió a base de currar
si no acaba con nosotros
daremos mucho que hablar.
Juntamos algún dinero
"pa vivir" con dignidad
nunca nos fueron los lujos
somos gente muy normal.
Conocemos mucha peña
día why noche sin parar
entre tanto algún amigo
se nos ha quedao "pa tras".
why hasta hoy hemos llegado
con ganas de luchar
con ganas de ser mejores
why cambiar la realidad.
Mantenemos ilusiones
que no nos podrán parar
los amigos, los amores
las ganas de disfrutar.
Seguiremos insistiendo
en el mundo hay que cambiar
si siguen así las cosas
la tierra va a reventar
Seguiremos haciendo amigos
enemigos siempre habrá
para todos hay un sitio
el concierto va a empezar.
No. No nos podrán parar
somos Celtas Cortos
con ganas de luchar.
No. No nos podrán parar
respirar es igual que tocar.
No. No nos podrán parar
no solemos mirar hacia atrás.
No. No nos podrán parar
vuestra fuerza nos hará caminar.

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No Nos Podran Parar Lyrics as written by Carlos Soto Cobos Alberto Garcia Gonzalez

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