Tus besos saben tan amargos cuando
Te ensucias tus labios con mentiras otra vez
Dices que te estoy haciendo daño
Que con el paso de los años me estoy haciendo más cruel
Y es que yo nunca creí que te vería
Remendando mis heridas con jirones de tu piel
De ti aprendió mi corazón, de ti aprendió mi corazón
Y ahora no me reproches que no sepa darte amor
Me has enseñado tú, tú has sido
Mi maestra para hacer sufrir
Si alguna vez fui malo lo aprendí de ti

No digas que no entiendes cómo puedo ser así
Si te estoy haciendo daño lo aprendí de ti
Me has enseñado tú, maldigo mi inocencia y te maldigo a ti
Maldita la maestra y maldito el aprendiz
Maldigo lo que amo y te lo debo, te lo debo a ti
Y ahora me duelen tus caricias porque noto
Que tus manos son cristales rotos bajo mis pies
Dices que te estoy haciendo daño
Que con el paso de los años me estoy haciendo más cruel
Pero es que nunca creí que te vería

Remendando mis heridas con jirones de tu piel
De ti aprendió mi corazón, de ti aprendió mi corazón
Y ahora no me reproches que no sepa darte amor
Me has enseñado tú, tú has sido mi maestra para hacer sufrir
Si alguna vez fui malo lo aprendí de ti
No digas que no entiendes cómo puedo ser así
Si te estoy haciendo daño, niña, lo aprendí de ti
Me has enseñado tú, maldigo mi inocencia y te maldigo a ti
Maldita la maestra y maldito el aprendiz
Maldigo lo que amo y te lo debo, te lo debo a ti


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    this song is about a girl that feel that her boy is mean to her and he say if im mean or bad is because i learned from you

    madeline19on April 05, 2006   Link

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