Ha pasado tanto tiempo
Desde que comencé a andar
Por los caminos del sonido
Poderoso del metal

Aún recuerdo a los amigos
Que comenzaron cuando yo
Uno tras otro cayeron
Perdieron toda ilusión

Su caída pesó en mi corazón
Pero su fuego perdura en mi interior

Se rindieron su alma se quebró
Solo por ellos no me rendiré yo

Y van pasando los años
Y yo aún continúo aquí
Un estandarte olvidado
Orgulloso de existir

Se marcharon mis amigos
Y llegaron muchos más
Todo ha ido cambiando
Y yo continúo igual

Ha cambiado la forma de pensar
Pero en el fondo todo sigue igual

Unos llegan y otros se van
Pero amigo, yo estaré hasta el final

Me vaya mal o vaya bien
Siempre sabrás que aquí estaré
Aquí estaré

Me vaya mal o vaya bien
Siempre sabrás que aquí estaré
Aquí estaré

Negros nubarrones amenazan mi interior
Sembrando la eterna duda
Si estará bien o no (el mundo)
Que el mundo cambie y yo siga mi ideal
No hay duda ninguna
Lo que está bien, siempre estará
Fiel hasta el final
A mi libertad

Me vaya mal o vaya bien
Siempre sabrás que aquí estaré
Aquí estaré
Me vaya mal o vaya bien
Siempre sabrás que aquí estaré
Aquí estaré
Me vaya mal o vaya bien
Siempre sabrás que aquí estaré
Aquí estaré
Me vaya mal o vaya bien
Siempre sabrás que aquí estaré
Aquí estaré

(Oh, oh, oh, oh)
(Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh)
(Oh, oh, oh)
(Oh, oh, oh, oh)

Al final (oh, oh, oh, oh)
(Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh)
(Oh, oh, oh)
(Oh, oh, oh, oh)

Hasta el final


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