Este adiós no maquilla un hasta luego
Este nunca no esconde un ojala
Estas cenizas no juegan con fuego
Este ciego no mira para atrás
Este notario firma lo que escribo
Esta letra no la protestaré
Ahórrate el acuse de recibo
Estas vísperas son las de después
A este ruido tan huérfano de padre
No voy a permitirle que taladre
Un corazón podrido de latir
Este pez ya no muere por tu boca
Este loco se va con otra loca
Estos ojos no lloran más por ti

Esta sala de espera sin esperanza
Estas pilas de un timbre que se secó
Este helado de fresa de la venganza
Esta empresa de mudanza
Con los muebles del amor

Esta campana mora en el campanario
Esta mitad partida por la mitad
Estos besos de judas,este calvario
Este look de presidiario
Esta cura de humildad

Este cambio de acera de tus caderas
Estas ganas de nada menos de tí
Este arrabal sin grillos en primavera
Ni espaldas con cremalleras
Ni anillos de presumir

Esta casita de muñecas de alterne
Este racimo de pétalos de sal
Este huracán sin ojos que lo gobiernen
Este jueves, este viernes
Y el miércoles que vendrá

No abuses de mi inspiración
No acuses a mi corazón
Tan maltrecho y ajado
Que está cerrado por derribo

Por las arrugas de mi voz
Se filtra la desolación
De saber que estos son
Los últimos versos que te escribo
Para decir "con Dios" a los dos
Nos sobran los motivos

Este múseo de arcangeles disecados
Este perro andaluz sin domesticar
Este trono de príncipe destronado
Esta espina de pescado
Esta ruina de don juan

Esta lágrima de hombre de las cavernas
Esta horma de zapato de barba azul
Que poco rato dura la vida eterna
Por el túnel de tus piernas
Entre córdoba y maipú

Esta guitarra cínica y dolorida
Con su terco knock,knockin'on heaven's door
Estos labios que saben a despedida
A vinagre en las heridas
A pañuelo de estación

Este ladrón aparcado en tu toga
La rueca de penélope en luna park
Estos dedos que sueñan que te desnudan
Esta caracola viuda
Sin la pianola del mar

No abuses de mi inspiración
No acuses a mi corazón
Tan maltrecho y ajado
Que está cerrado por derribo

Por las arrugas de mi voz
Se filtra la desolación
De saber que éstos son
Los últimos versos que te escribo

No abuses de mi inspiración
No acuses a mi corazón
Tan maltrecho y ajado
Que está cerrado por derribo

Por las arrugas de mi voz
Se filtra la desolación
De saber que éstos son
Los últimos versos que te escribo
Para decir "con dios" a los dos
Nos sobran los motivos


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Nos Sobran Los Motivos Lyrics as written by Alejandro Stivelberg Katz Joaquin Ramon Martinez Sabina

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