No me tienes que impresionar
Ni que seguir la corriente
Voy a apearme aquí
En la orilla del presente
Donde el hombre se asfixia
Escribe un testamento en Chile

El suplicio es estar contigo
Eres la alquimia de mi veneno
La derrota no es una opción y
No hay excusas
Para siempre me parece mucho

Para siempre
No hay nada para siempre
La influencia de la ira
Y los impulsos de la lengua
No tengo toda la vida
Aún hay cajas con sorpresa

Vendré con la boca amarga
Y el corazón derrotado

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Para Siempre Lyrics as written by Alan Boguslavsky Zondowicz Pedro Andreu Lapiedra

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