amanecí con los puños bien
y la rabia insolente de mi
la ingenuidad nos absuelve de
que cada uno aporte lo que
te hicieron pan y ahi te
consumimos y
la venganza es un trasto tan

este es mi sitio
y esta es mi espina
iberia sumergida
en sus rumores clandestinos * 2

formulas preguntas con semilla
de respuesta
y conozco cual es tu camino de
descreo de la razón de la
y sus abrazos propietarios, sin
ahora que padeces de insomnio
quisieras morir de siesta


By Fistan Majere

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    For you English speakers out there:

    I awoke with tightly clenched fists and the insolent rage of my youth Ingenuousness absolves us from our mistakes and allows everyone to contribute what they know. They made you bread and there we consumed you, vengeance is a useless piece of junk.

    This is my place and this is my thorn. Iberia submerged in these clandestine rumours.

    You formulate questions with a seed of an answer and I know your way by heart. I do not believe in the rationality and the proprietary embrace, without an exit. Now that you suffer from insomnia you would like to die from "siesta".

    This is my place and this is my thorn. Iberia submerged in these clandestine rumours.

    Not much of an idea what the lyrics mean, hopefully these will help someone.

    The One Free Manon May 02, 2008   Link
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    Esta cancion de 1994 denuncia la España corrupta, la imagen que se transmitia al exterior de este pais.... Lo triste es que siga vigente despues de 15 años

    paccinoon September 05, 2010   Link

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