Viniste a mí
Como poesía en la canción
Mostrándome
Un nuevo mundo de pasión

Amándome
Sin egoísmo y la razón
Nomás sin saber
Que era el amor
Yo protegí mi corazón

El sol se fue
Y yo cantando tu canción
La soledad
Se adueña de toda emoción

Perdóname
Si el miedo robó la ilusión
Viniste a mí
No supe amar
Y solo queda esta canción

Viniste a mí
Como poesía en la canción
Mostrándome
Un nuevo mundo de pasión

Amándome
Sin egoísmo y la razón
Más sin saber
Que era el amor
Yo protegí mi corazón

El sol se fue
Y yo cantando tu canción
La soledad
Se adueña de toda emoción

Perdóname
Si el miedo robó mi ilusión
Viniste a mí
No supe amar
Y solo queda esta canción


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La Soledad Lyrics as written by Pepe Raphael Frederic Chopin

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    Translated into english this means:

    La Soledad = The Lonliness

    You came to me as poetry comes in song and you showed me a new world of passion. You loved me without conditions or reason while I ignorant of the meaning of love protected my heart.

    The sun has gone and now I sing of you this solitude consumes me. Forgive me if I was stolen away by fear. You came to me I did not know how to love all that is left is this song.

    dragonflower44on December 06, 2001   Link

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