A mi lado nada nos separara,
Nadie te hará daño
A mi lado nadie te tocará,
Nadie se acordará de ti
Cuando no te acuerdes de nada
Serás mí­a

Y estas bajo mi control
Solo yo puedo tocarte
Y puedo ahogarte
En el vértigo del sadismo

No me importa morir,
No me importa morir,
En la oscuridad

Cuando no haya aire para respirar
Te estaré asfixiando,
Encadenada con mi foto
Condenada a pensar en mi
El pasado desaparece
Y eres mí­a

Y estas bajo mi control
Solo yo puedo tocarte
Y puedo ahogarte
En el vértigo del sadismo

No me importa morir,
No me importa morir,
En la oscuridad

Solo tu solo yo
Solo tu, solo yo,
Eres mí­a


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    OOoooo this is so... creepy in a way. It's like he's gonna brainwash her into only accepting HIM and having her under his control.

    The first 2 lines seem fine, and then you keep on reading and then you realize what this guy is talking about.

    But the song is so awesomely delicious!

    aldaon November 17, 2004   Link
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    yeaaah.. amazing.. can't believe there aren't any comments !!

    take_a_rideon September 04, 2006   Link

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