Desde aquel día me trajeron para acá
Será porque no me dejaba rasurar
Ya no me hablan ni siquiera las hormigas
Será porque no saben que ando por aquí

Desde aquel día no me he dejado tocar
Solo mis uñas me pueden acariciar
No me he dejado de pintar en las paredes
Será porque las sombras me hacen olvidar

Por eso me pongo un saco
Tomo la navaja y salgo a clavar

Será por eso que no me dejan salir
Será por eso que me dan electro shocks
Será por eso que no me dejan salir
Será por eso que me dan electro shocks

Ya no me duele ni siquiera la razón
Dicen que cuando duermo estoy mucho mejor
Ya ni mis manos me creen lo que les platico
Y eso hace que yo me sienta muy mal

Por eso me pongo un saco
Tomo la navaja y salgo a clavar

Será por eso que no me dejan salir
Será por eso que me dan electro shocks
Será por eso que no debo de temblar
Será por eso que no tengo que

Será por eso que no me dejan salir
Será por eso que me dan electro shocks
Será por eso que no debo de temblar
Será por eso que no tengo que


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