Hay veces que no tengo ganas de verte
Hay veces que no quiero ni tocarte
Hay veces que quisiera ahogarte en un grito
Y olvidarme de esa imagen tuya
Pero no me atrevo

Hay veces que no dejo de soñarte
De acariciarte hasta que ya no pueda
Hay veces que quisiera morir contigo
Y olvidarme de toda materia
Pero no me atrevo

Hay veces que no sé lo que me pasa
Ya no puedo saber que es lo que pasa adentro
Somos como gatos en celo
Somos una célula que explota
Y esa no la paras, no, no la paras
No, no


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    i believe that no matter how much you love ,that special, someone it can be overwhelming/intimidating to show affection constantly. yet there are times that when you do want to show that you love and care, for that certain someone, you loose the nerve. in the end you are left startled and confused on whether or not you know how things are in the relationship. it could be love: real or made-believe.

    yuditon April 01, 2014   Link
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    I wish this band could sing in english then alot of ppl would like them i think, their music is not that great but the lyrics and the way they sing its pretty amazing. Great song check it out if you spanish if you don't then nvm.

    awakenpunkon September 11, 2002   Link
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    ESCRIBIRE EN ESPAÑOL POR QUE ESTO LO AMERITA.... SIII SUS LETRAS SON MUY BUENAS Y CLARO QUE ES BUENA MUSICA , ES SOLO DIFERENTE Y SI CANTAN O NO EN INGLES ES OTRO ROLLO, GENTE QUE HABLA ESPAÑOL DEBE APRENDER Y CANTAR ALGUNAS DE SUS CANCIONES FAVORITAS EN INGLES , NO VEO POR QUE GENTE QUE HABLA INGLES NO PUEDA APRENDERLAS EN ESPAÑOL, LA PROYECCION ES MUY IMPORTANTE Y ELLOS TAL VEZ NO LA HAYAN DADO SUFICIENTE. PERO UNA DE LAS COSAS QUE MAS ME HA IMPRESIONADO ES VER UN CONCIERO DE MANA EN RUSIA Y COMO LA GENTE CANTABA, TAL VEZ NI LO ENTENDIAN , PERO A ESO ME REFIERO

    PugetGirlon June 28, 2004   Link
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    General Comment

    Mi canción favorita. En tres versos se describe a la sociedad mexicana, usando como metáfora una relación de pareja. Primera cara, el odio. Despues, el amor. Al final, realmente no sabemos como somos, porque nos portamos asi, que nos dicen los instintos. Pero a fin de cuentas somos una célula que explota, y esa no la paras.

    lahdson January 05, 2006   Link
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    esta cancion es para la cocaina leanla, van a ver que es como un adicto indeciso a dorgarse con ella. "hay veces que quisiera morir contigo" es un pensamiento del maximo apego a la droga, morir contigo es pensar en morir por sobredosis. "olvidarme de esa imagen tuya, pero no me atrevo" no es capaz de dejarla. el ultimo parrafo de la cancion se refiere a su percepcion de los efectos de la cocaina. es una hipotesis, pero creo que ya habia escuchado decir que la cancion es sobre eso. y esa no la paras..

    aneuremiaon October 16, 2008   Link
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    esta cancion es para la cocaina leanla, van a ver que es como un adicto indeciso a dorgarse con ella. "hay veces que quisiera morir contigo" es un pensamiento del maximo apego a la droga, morir contigo es pensar en morir por sobredosis. "olvidarme de esa imagen tuya, pero no me atrevo" no es capaz de dejarla. el ultimo parrafo de la cancion se refiere a su percepcion de los efectos de la cocaina. es una hipotesis, pero creo que ya habia escuchado decir que la cancion es sobre eso. y esa no la paras..

    aneuremiaon October 16, 2008   Link
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    General Comment

    aneuremia tiene toda la razon, la cancion se trata de adiccion a la droga.

    aleoon November 27, 2009   Link
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    mi favorita de caifanes <3

    aleoon November 27, 2009   Link

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