La locura nunca tuvo maestro
Para los que vamos a bogar
Sin rumbo perpetuo
En cualquier otra dirección
Con tal de no domar los caballos de
La exaltación la rutina haré sombra a las
Pupilas, que se cierran a los
Disfrutes que nos quedan

Avalancha, avalancha
Avalancha, avalancha

Necesitamos el valioso tiempo
Que abandonas sin saber que
Cojones hacer con el
Nosotros somos la comida y
Alguien esta efectivamente hambriento
No hay retorno a la conciencia
Tras el desvarió del amor

Avalancha, avalancha
Avalancha, avalancha

Aun nos quedan cosas por hacer
Si no das un paso
Te estancas
Aun nos quedan cosas por decir
Y no hablas

La locura nunca tuvo maestro
Para los que vamos a bogar sin rumbo perpetuo
La muerte sera un adorno que
Pondré al regalo de mi vida
La luna ejerce extraños influjos
Que se contradicen y no hay quien descifre

Avalancha, avalancha
Avalancha, avalancha

Muchisimas gracias
Esto es todo amigos
Hasta siempre
Que os vaya bonito

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Avalancha Lyrics as written by Joaquin Cardiel Jerico Enrique Ortiz Di Landazury

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    hi there slash fan, maybe this will help.... English version:

    Madness has never had a mentor For those who're about to row without a perpetuos course In any other way as long as we don't have to tame the rising? horses Routine puts shade on the pupils Which shuts at the joys left

    Avalanche x4

    We need the precious time That you're leaving without knowing What the hell to do with it We are the food And someone is indeed hungry There's no return to conscience After the delirious stormy love

    Avalanche x4

    There are still things to do If you don't take a step, you get stucked There are still thins to say And you won't talk

    Madness has never had a mentor For those who're about to row without a perpetuos course Death will be a decoration which i'll place to the gift of my life The moon makes some strange influences That they are contradicting and there's no one to decipher

    Avalanche x8

    Don't know if it's totally right, but i did it tryin' to keep the meaning/lyrics as accurate as possible

    TheMentorCRon March 20, 2008   Link
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    General Comment

    confirmed for Guitar Hero 3!

    roitanon September 18, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    i don't understand one word in this song except avalancha

    slash_fan8on January 13, 2008   Link
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    GREAT song!

    patrickj13on October 13, 2008   Link

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