Siempre quisistes ser otro más.
Ahora tu sueño es realidad.
Sales a escena, eres immortal.
Ahora te sientes seguro de ti.

Inventastes tu proprio amor.
Tu cariño verdadero,
Amor que ellos no te dieron.

Amor solo tuyo
Amor solo tuyo
Amor solo tuyo

Hablas con alguien. Él esta aqui,
alguien sincero, sólo para ti.
Pero tu sabes que el quiere más,
Y no comprendes la realidad.

Inventastes tu proprio amor.
Tu cariño verdadero,
Amor que ellos no te dieron.

Amor solo tuyo
Amor solo tuyo
Amor solo tuyo

Tu le dices que no lo haga.
El se rie con tu voz.
Tu gritas, agonizas y te arrastras por el suelo.

Nadie sabe lo que pasó.
Habrá otras manos, otro amor.
Sales a escena, eres immortal.

Inventastes tu proprio amor.
Tu cariño verdadero,
Amor que ellos no te dieron.

Amor solo tuyo
Amor solo tuyo
Amor solo tu y yo.


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    wonderful!!!!

    angie666on January 12, 2002   Link
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    cool, its 22.28pm in germany, now!!!!

    angie666on January 12, 2002   Link
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    One comment: "tu y yo" also sounds like "tuyo" - Love just you and me, or Love just for you. I find this song funny - Let's make a robot for the perfect significant other!

    Woapalanneon July 03, 2002   Link

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