Hace demasiados meses
Que mis payasadas no provocan tus
Ganas de reír
No es que ya no me intereses
Pero el tiempo de los besos y el sudor
Es la hora de dormir

Duele verte removiendo
La cajita de cenizas que el placer
Tras de si dejó
Mal y tarde estoy cumpliendo
La palabra que te di cuando juré
Escribirte una canción

Un dios triste y aburrido nos castigó
Por trepar juntos al árbol
Y atracarnos con la flor de la pasión
Por probar aquel sabor

El agua apaga el fuego
Y al ardor los años
Amor se llama el juego
En el que un par de ciegos
Juegan a hacerse daño
Y cada vez peor
Y cada vez más rotos
Y cada vez más tú
Y cada vez más yo
Sin rastro de nosotros

Ni inocentes ni culpables
Corazones que destroza el temporal
Carnes de cañón
No soy yo ni tú ni nadie
Son los dedos miserables que le dan
Cuerda a mi reloj

Y no hay lágrimas que valgan para volver
A meternos en el coche
Donde aquella noche en pleno carnaval
Te empecé a desnudar

El agua apaga el fuego
Y al ardor los años
Amor se llama el juego
En el que un par de ciegos
Juegan a hacerse daño
Y cada vez peor
Y cada vez más rotos
Y cada vez más tú
Y cada vez más yo
Sin rastro de nosotros

El agua apaga el fuego
Y al ardor los años
Amor se llama el juego
En el que un par de ciegos
Juegan a hacerse daño
Y cada vez peor
Y cada vez más rotos
Y cada vez más tú
Y cada vez más yo
Sin rastro de nosotros

El agua apaga el fuego
Y al ardor los años
Amor se llama el juego
En el que un par de ciegos
Juegan a hacerse daño
Y cada vez peor
Y cada vez más rotos
Y cada vez más tú
Y cada vez más yo


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Amor Se Llama el Juego Lyrics as written by Joaquin Ramon Martinez Sabina

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    It's been too many months since my goofiness invites you to laugh. It's not that I'm not interested but the time for kisses and sweat is the time to go to sleep. It hurts to see you going through the little box of ashes that the pleasure has left behind. Poorly and late I'm living up to the oath I made, when I swore to write you a song. A sad and envious God punished us for climbing together to the tree and getting lost in the flower of passion, for trying that flavor.

    Chorus: Water puts out fire and flame [as in passion], the years "Love" is the name of the game in which two blind people play by hurting each other. And each time it gets worse and each time they're more broken And all the time more you And all the time more me And no sign of "us".

    Not innocent nor guilty hearts destroyed by the storm canon meat. It's not me, or you, or anybody it's the miserable fingers that wind my watch. And there's no ammount of tears that can take us back into the car where that night in the middle of the carnival I began to undress you.

    Chorus

    Maru86on September 12, 2010   Link

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