Pierde el cielo equilibrio,
Cae derrumbado encima de tí­,
Escóndete un mundo, que nadie lo vea,
Cierra las puertas y espera,
Ha llegado tu hura,
Y dudo que alguien merezca,

Un segundo así­,
Duele el dedo en la llaga?,
Contempla el vací­o desde este rincón,
Muérete a solas, nadie te enseña,
Cierra las puertas y espera,

Ha llegado tu hora,
Y dudo que alguien merezca,
Un segundo así­,
Burbujas de sangre hirviendo,
Caen dentro de ti,
La sordera que fue mi alimento,

Burbujas de sangre hirviendo,
Caen dentro de ti,
Que alguien le grite al viento:,
Puedes contar conmigo!,
Puedes contar conmigo!,
Teme al rumor de la risa,
No encuentro el motivo que se atragantó,

Escúpelo pronto, maldita sea,
Cierra las puertas y espera,
Ha llegado tu hora,
Y dudo que alguien merezca,
Un segundo así­,
Burbujas de sangre hirviendo,
Caen dentro de ti,

Que alguien le grite al viento:,
Puedes contar conmigo!,
Puedes contar conmigo!,
Quien no guarda un secreto no es de fiar,
Escóndete un mundo, que nadie lo sepa,
Cierra las puertas y espera,
Ha llegado tu hora,

Y dudo que alguien merezca,
Un segundo así­,
Burbujas de sangre hirviendo,
Caen dentro de ti,
Que alguien le grite al viento:,
Puedes contar conmigo!,
Puedes contar conmigo!,


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Sangre Hirviendo Lyrics as written by Joaquin Cardiel Gerico Enrique Ortiz Landazuri Yzarduy

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