A un lado tu odio, al otro tu amor
La duda infinita, el viejo dolor
Y mientras recelas del bien y del mal
Por un sumidero, la vida se va
Nadie da nada por nada, hay que pagar

Devuelve el espejo tu imagen fugaz
Y no estas seguro de tu identidad
Tu nombre no existe, dejaste el rendil
Y en tierra de nadie tendrás que vivir
Nadie te acompañará allí, nadie

Y recuerda que no tendrás un guia
No esperes protección ni compasión

Tierra de nadie, oscuridad, sin rumbo fijo debes vagar
Pero piensa que ahora eres libre
No perteneces a una facción
No crees en dogmas de religión
Lo mas probable será que creas solo en ti
En tu propia fuerza

No crees en banderas, prefieres luchar
Por la madre tierra por la humanidad
No cavas trincheras en donde vivir
Ni crees en consignas por las que morir

No crees en partidos, es triste saber
Que gane quien gane, tu vas a perder
No crees en promesas que no cumpliran
Los falsos mesias te engañaran

Estas en tierra de nadie ya, en un sombrio lugar
Entre dos bandos que al atacar, te atacan a ti, no puedes huir, irán a por ti
No escucharán tu predicción de una herencia letal
Pero dirán tiene razón, cuando quizás sea tarde


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Tierra de Nadie Lyrics as written by Mercedes Sanchez Llorente Jose Luis Campuzano Feito

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