Un huracán de palabras en la ronda a tabernas,
Orfeón cotidiano, entóname tu plan
Salpica la sangre, de espuela enloquece
Si no hay paraíso, ¿dónde revientas?

Es cierto:
Camino de exceso, fuente de saber
Un plato de desprecio ahoga el veneno
Mientras dure el dinero y dure el empeño
Ladrillo a ladrillo quedan años después

Si estás dispuesto a afrontar la escena
No es de william blake
¿estás dispuesto a devorar
Estrellas que sacien tu sed?

Apenas afino melodías de perdedor
Los cielos han gastado mi último suspiro
Quedaron atrás todos los enemigos
Y aún me queda la duda de un futuro mejor

Si estás dispuesto a afrontar la escena,
No es de william blake
¿estás dispuesto a devorar
Estrellas que sacien tu sed?

El camino del exceso
El camino del exceso
El camino del exceso
Di: el camino del exceso

Quemamos con malas artes
El espíritu del vino
Y no va a regresar, no,
No va a regresar

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El Camino del Exceso Lyrics as written by Joaquin Cardiel Gerico Enrique Ortiz Landazuri Yzarduy


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