Qué extraño aprieta el deseo,
Hoy qué lejano aparece el acuerdo,
A kilómetros, es tan inalcanzable,
Esa mirada me encantaba,
Aún abriendo en canal el sueño,
Voy con los ojos siempre abiertos,
Por aguantar, brindo en silencio,

Y no sabemos ni nuestros nombres,
No ignoramos nuestros excesos,
Pero tu sola presencia me enferma,
Y me vací­a,
Con un grito de esperanza,
Te digo adiós,
Y cada dí­a le pregunta a su noche,

Qué es lo que harí­a en su mismo disfraz,
Asentir sin haber comprendido,
Que aquellas manos me asedía ban,
Dí­me: querrí­as tu pintar,
Una casa con alas?,
Amanecer, unos guiños confusos,
Dar la vuelta con miedo a mirar atrás,

Y no sabemos ni nuestros nombres,
No ignoramos nuestros excesos,
Pero tu sola presencia me enferma,
Y me vací­a,
Con un grito de esperanza,
Te digo adiós al saber,

Cómo vací­a,
Y con un grito de esperanza,
Te digo adiós,
Y no sabemos ni nuestros nombres,
No ignoramos nuestros excesos,
Pero tu sola presencia me enferma,

Y me vací­a,
Con un grito de esperanza,
Te digo adiós,
Al saber,
Cómo vací­a,
Y con un grito de esperanza,
Te digo adiós


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Nuestros Nombres Lyrics as written by Joaquin Cardiel Gerico Enrique Ortiz Landazuri Yzarduy

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