De este lugar
Cuentan leyendas e historias
Y juran que así ocurrieron
Siglos atrás
Las tropas del rey en sangrienta batalla
A un joven de muerte hirieron
Y el rey con crueldad
Así le encerró
Su herida mortal
No obtuvo perdón
Y en el suelo esperó
La muerte sin ver la luz del sol

Sin fuerzas ni voz
Vio a una bella mujer
Que con pena llegó hasta su celda
La muerte burló,
Su corazón ahora ciego de amor
Comenzó a latir con más fuerza

Ella hija del rey
Él un simple ladrón
El destino, tan cruel
Les robó el corazón
En aquella prisión y lejos de ver la luz del sol

Déjame morir en tus brazos y así
Un instante tal vez podré ser feliz
Esta vez la vida se ríe de mí
Y ahora toca a su fin aunque quiera vivir
Quiero ver
Tu rostro otra vez
Ahora se
Que siempre estaré junto a ti
Aunque vaya a morir

Dicen que ella escapó
Con su joven ladrón
Pero el rey les halló
Y con furia y dolor, ante un beso de amor
A los dos con su espada atravesó
Déjame morir en tus brazos y así
Un instante tal vez podré ser feliz
Esta vez la vida se ríe de mí
Y ahora toca a su fin aunque quiera vivir

Quiero ver
Tu rostro otra vez
Ahora se
Que siempre estaré junto a ti
Aunque vaya a morir

Cuentan que
En las noches de invierno se ve
Nacer una flor donde no llega el sol
Por amor
Sus almas unidas están
Y se pueden amar para la eternidad
Puede ver
Su rostro otra vez
Y saber
Que siempre estará junto a él
Junto a él

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Cambaral Lyrics as written by Alberto Rionda Martinez

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