Amo tanto, tanto la vida, que de ti me enamoré
Y ahora espero impaciente ver contigo amanecer
Si se acaba este milagro, si se consume mi voz
Si me das un último portazo, ¿en qué calle moriré yo?

Estás tan bonita esta noche, te sienta el pelo recogido tan bien
Pídeme cualquier deseo, poco te puedo ofrecer
Lloras, gritas, bajo la lluvia, como el ángel Lucifer
Somos de nuevo herida abierta, mala tierra trágame


Amo tanto, amo tanto la vida, que de ti me enamoré
Y de amarte tanto, tanto, puede que no te ame bien
Si yo fuera tu asesino conmigo nunca tendría clemencia
Y me condenaría a muerte, que es condenarme a tu ausencia

Que no haya mas despedidas, que no eres Ilsa Lazlo ni yo Rick Blaine
Ni soy tan idiota, no te dejaría ir con él
El próximo avión que tomes conmigo lo tendrás que hacer
Y el camino de regreso yo te lo recordaré

Yo te lo recordaré

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Amo Tanto La Vida Lyrics as written by Ismael Serrano Moron

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