Con los brazos de la fiebre
Que aún abarcan mi frente
Lo he pensado mejor
Y desataré
Las serpientes de la vanidad
El paraíso es escuchar
El miedo es un ladrón

Al que no guardo rencor
Y el dolor
Es un ensayo de la muerte
Puente
En la piel de una gota
Mis alas volvieron rotas
Y entre otras cosas
Ya no escriben con tinta de luz

El paraíso deviene en infierno y
Luego se queja
Y sin que nadie se mueva
¿Quièn lo arregla?
Gestado en mis escombros
De pastoso paladar
El disparate del caos
Me derroto
Con palabras de alabanza
Puente


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En Brazos de la Fiebre Lyrics as written by Alan Boguslavsky Zondowicz Pedro Andreu Lapiedra

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    algunas faltas de ortografía jeje, pero esta es una de mis canciones favoritas de ellos. Genios. Miss them!

    alreadytornon March 27, 2006   Link
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    Lyrics for the English speakers:

    With the arms of fever that still embrace my forehead I've had a better thought and I'll untie the snakes of vanity. To listen is paradise and fear is a thief from whom I keep no regrets and the pain is a rehersal of death.

    And in the film of a drop my wings get broken. And amongst other things they don't write with illuminating ink.

    Paradise becomes hell and then complains. And who is doing anything about it?

    Born in ruins of my tastebuds the nonsense of chaos defeated me with words of praise.

    And in the film of a drop my wings get broken. And amongst other things they don't write with illuminating ink.

    Paradise becomes hell and then complains. And who is doing anything about it?

    Hope this helps some people out.

    The One Free Manon May 02, 2008   Link

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