Saúl Hernández

Ay, que por ti me muero, por ti no puedo
Cambiar el curso de los vientos,
Se me seca la inocencia, siento que me muero.

Ay, que por ti me enredo, entre ballenas
Me voy directo a las entrañas
Y si hay ángeles les robo, toda su pureza.

Quiero saber como llegar a rozarte el alma y ya,
Quiero aprender a poder a amar y después subir.

Ay amor, detrás de los cerros estás tú amor
Oculta entre la niebla estás tú corazón,
Vigilando el curso de dolor amor,
Detrás de los cerros estás tú.

Ay, que por ti me muero, por ti me dejo
Caer desnudo sobre las llamas
Se me quema la conciencia, no importa si me muero.

Ay que por ti yo cambio mi forma humana
Mi corazón te lo derramo
Me transformo en lo que quieras, pero inyéctame tu paz.

Ay amor, detrás de los cerros estás tú amor
Oculta entre la niebla estás tú corazón,

Vigilando el curso de dolor amor,
Detrás de los cerros estás tú.

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    Esta canción está hablando de la cannabis indica, mejor conocida como Mariguana... es una oda a la mariguana

    respinosaon August 09, 2006   Link

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