Ayer me dijo un ave que volara
Por donde no hay ardor
Que lo sufrido no resucita en sueños
Ni en rezos nunca murió

Que saque el aire de mis ojos
Que abrace el miedo con tus sueños
Que sea un guerrero de sangre
Para que nadie te haga daño

Ayer me dijo un ave que volara
Hasta desintegrarme
Que la distancia no es cansancio
Es fuerza, eres tú

Que saque el aire de mis ojos
Que abrace el miedo con tus sueños
Que sea un guerrero de sangre
Para que nadie te haga daño

Que saque el aire de mis ojos
Que abrace el miedo con tus sueños
Que sea un guerrero de sangre
Para que nadie te haga daño

Para que nadie te haga daño


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