Silencio! he oí­do una voz
Es posible que alguien se acuerde de mí­
No puedo, trágica luz
Siento tus ojos ocultos en nombres
Tantos nombres

Aunque el aire no sepa qué ocurre
El viento se lleva lo que acontece

Silencio! he oí­do un rumor
Querí­a encontrarme un abismo
El miedo justo a tiempo
Sólo un segundo escarbando en vací­o
Tan vací­o

Aunque el aire no sepa qué ocurre
El viento te arrastrará
Te arrastrará

No puedo oír tu voz siempre lejana
Oh, no, tan lejana
No quiero oír tu voz siempre quebrada
Oh, no

No puedo dormir con esas lágrimas
Goteando encima de mí­
No puedo dormir con esas lágrimas
Goteando encima de mí­
No puedo dormir con esas lágrimas
Goteando encima de mí­
No puedo dormir con esas lágrimas
Goteando encima de mí­

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