Cuando veo a través del vaso
Veo a través del tiempo
Donde los sentidos se dislocan
Donde los temores se evaporan

Y aprovecho para desdoblarme
Para salir del vaso
Con las paredes veo tu rostro
Con la memoria busco tu rostro

Y no sé por qué
No me importa saber por qué

No dejes que
Nos coma el diablo amor
Que se trague tu calor
Que eructe mi dolor
No dejes que
Nos coma el diablo amor
Que se trague tu calor
Que eructe mi dolor

Cuando veo a través del humo
Me voy volando y tu eres mi guía
Entre los mundos nos haremos viejos
Donde algún día estaremos tranquilos

Y no sé por qué
No me importa saber porqué

No dejes que
Nos coma el diablo amor
Que se trague tu calor
Que eructe mi dolor
No dejes que
Nos coma el diablo amor
Que se trague tu calor
Que eructe mi dolor

Y no sé por qué
No me importa saber por qué

No dejes que
Nos coma el diablo amor
Que se trague tu calor
Que eructe mi dolor
No dejes que
Nos coma el diablo amor
Que se trague tu calor
Que eructe mi dolor

No dejes que
Nos coma el diablo amor
Que se trague tu calor
Que eructe mi dolor


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