En la posada del fracaso,
donde no hay consuelo ni ascensor,
el desamparo y la humedad
comparten colchón
y cuando, por la calle,
pasa la vida, como un huracán,
el hombre del traje gris
saca un sucio calendario del
bolsillo y grita
¿quién me ha robado el mes de abril?
¿Pero cómo pudo sucederme a mí?
¿Quién me ha robado el mes de abril?
Lo guardaba en el cajón
donde guardo el corazón.
La chica de BUP casi todas
las asignaturas suspendió
el curso en que preñada
aquel chaval la dejó y cuando en la pizarra
pasa lista en profe de latín
lágrimas de desamor
ruedan por la página de un bloc
y en él escribe
¿quién me ha robado el mes de abril?
¿Cómo pudo sucederme a mí?
¿Pero quién me ha robado el mes de abril?
Lo guardaba en el cajón
donde guardo el corazón.
El marido de mi madre
que en el último tren se largó
con una peluquera
veinte años menor
y cuando exiben esas risas
de Instamatic en París,
derrotada en el sillón,
se marchita viendo Falcon Crest
mi vieja y piensa
¿quién me ha robado el mes de abril?
¿Cómo pudo sucederme a mí?
¿Pero quién me ha robado el mes de abril?
Lo guardaba en el cajón
donde guardo el corazón.

By Fistan Majere

Lyrics submitted by Fistan

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