Expúlsame esta rabia
Que tengo contenida
Que quiero rescatarme ahora

Súdame este odio
Que obstruye mi velorio
Que quiero rescatarme ahora

Llévame contigo
Hazme tu destino
Deja que me muera contigo

Mira este coraje
Me está convirtiendo
Peor que en una bestia
En un ser humano

Derrítete mi ángel
Derrítete conmigo te quiero recuperar
Derrítete mi diablo
Derrítete conmigo te quiero rescatar

Llévame contigo
Hazme tu destino
Deja que me muera contigo

Veo que pasa el tiempo sopla
Que esta de tu lado
Quiero que me lleve contigo

Veo que pasa el tiempo
Que no tiene paciencia
Quiero que me consuma a tu lado

Derrítete mi ángel
Derrítete conmigo te quiero recuperar
Derrítete mi diablo
Derrítete conmigo te quiero rescatar

Derrítete mi ángel
Derrítete conmigo te quiero recuperar
Derrítete mi diablo
Derrítete conmigo te quiero rescatar


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