Desde un tiempo para acá veo solo cristales
Con olor a alcohol que em hace llorar
Que me hace tumbar al suelo y no parar

Cuanto tiempo va a pasar para olvidar
Nos en cuanto tiempo llevo unido a ti
Ya no se ni como usar los pies
Ya no se que e solo que corre por mis venas
Todo el cuerpo se funde al respirar

Cuéntame tu vida
Cuéntamela toda
Dime si estoy vivo,si todavía respiro

Veo perros que se arrastran al ladrar
Me acuesto en el suelo y me dan ganas de volver
Esa angustia de tener seco el corazon
Cuéntame algo que si no voy a enloquecer

Cuéntame tu vida
Cuéntamela toda
Dime si estoy vivo, si todavía respiro

Cuéntame tu vida
Cuéntamela toda
Dime si estoy vivo si todavía respiro


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Cuentame Tu Vida Lyrics as written by Alfonso Hernandez Estrada

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