No me da vergüenza decir
Que lo eras todo para mi
Pero no puedo admitir
Que lo quisiera repetir

Tantos momentos solo
Impresionante mente solo
Perdido en la acera
No había ni un rastro tuyo
La calle estaba tan desierta
La noche despierta

Y, hablas con inmensa confianza
Como si fueras la dueña
Del pantalón que me tapa
Y, hablas con inmensa confianza
Como si fueras la dueña
Del pantalón que me tapa

Todo lo que fui, es todo lo que soy
Con lo que vine ayer es con lo que me voy
Todo lo que fui, es todo lo que soy
Con lo que vine ayer es con lo que me voy
Todo lo que fui, es todo lo que soy
Con lo que vine ayer es con lo que me voy
Todo lo que fui, es todo lo que soy
Con lo que vine ayer es con lo que me voy

De mi memoria te borre y ya de día me acosté
Sólo necesité gritar durante un siglo nada más
Y ya no eres nada, porque ya no eres nada
Ya no eres nada, nada, nada, nada

Y, hablas con inmensa confianza
Como si fueras la dueña
Del pantalón que me tapa
Y, hablas con inmensa confianza
Como si fueras la dueña
Del pantalón que me tapa

Todo lo que fui es todo lo que soy
Con lo que vine ayer es con lo que me voy
Todo lo que fui es todo lo que soy
Con lo que vine ayer es con lo que me voy
Todo lo que fui es todo lo que soy
Con lo que vine ayer es con lo que me voy
Todo lo que fui es todo lo que soy
Con lo que vine ayer es con lo que me voy

Lo que fui, lo que fui, lo que fui es lo que soy
Lo que fui, lo que fui, lo que fui es lo que soy, es lo que soy

Lo que fui, lo que fui, lo que fui es lo que soy
Lo que fui, lo que fui, lo que fui es lo que soy es que soy


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Lo Que Fui Es Lo Que Soy Lyrics as written by Phil Collins Alejandro Sanchez Pizarro

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    this song the guy is telling the girl that he still the same man and that she can control him and he already move on

    madeline19on April 05, 2006   Link

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