Este bálsamo no cura cicatrices
Esta rumbita no sabe enamorar, este rosario de
Cuentas infelices
Calla más de lo que dice
Pero dice la verdad

Este almacén de sábanas que no arden
Este teléfono sin contestador
La llamaré mañana, hoy se me hizo tarde
Esta forma tan cobarde
De no decirnos que no

Este contigo, este sin ti tan amargo
Este reloj de arena del arenal
Esta huelga de besos, este letargo
Estos pantalones largos
Para el viejo Peter Pan

Está cómoda sin braguitas de Zara
El tour del Soho desde un rojo autobús
Estos ojos que no miden ni comparan
Ni se olvidan de tu cara
Ni se acuerdan de tu cruz

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

Esta paya tan lejos de su gitano
Este penal del Puerto sin vis a vis
Esta guerra civil, este mano a mano
Estos moros y cristianos
Este muro de Berlín

Este virus que no muere ni nos mata
Esta amnesia en el cielo del paladar
La limusina del polvo por Manhattan
El invierno en Mar de Plata
Los versos del Capitán

Este hacerse mayor sin delicadeza
Esta espalda mojada de moscatel
Este valle de fábricas de tristeza
Esta duda esta certeza
Esta colmena sin miel

Este borrón de sangre y de tinta china
Este baño sin rímel ni Nembutal
Estos huesos que vuelven de la oficina
Dentro de una gabardina
Con manchas de soledad

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
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


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