Estoy cansado de mirar a los muertos preocupados
De haberse ido y al voltear mirar que nada ha cambiado
Estoy cansado de mirar a los mortales confundidos
Esta prisa por crecer fue la torpeza de mis días
Cansado del complejo humano

Estoy cansado de mirar que el olvido nos domina
En mi país está la indiferencia hacia la muerte
Cansado de la estúpida miseria

Libérame, este tiempo no lo entiendo
Libérame, esta esfera, no es mía
Libérame, este tiempo es veneno
Regrésame a donde pueda dormir en paz

Estoy cansado de creer que tú seas como una sombra
Esa risa es letal, y tu abrazo será mi suerte
Cansado de la estúpida mentira

Libérame, este tiempo no lo entiendo
Libérame, esta esfera, no es mía
Libéerame, este tiempo es veneno
Regrésame a donde pueda dormir en paz


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    Que estan cansodo de mirara a la jente precupandos por la murte,no saben a donde iran al morir,"este no es mi mundo no la e encontrado".yo no se DO YOU LIZ, DO YOU KNOW THE MEANING OF THE SONG?

    ozon July 26, 2002   Link
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    FUCK JAGUARES FUCK JAGUARES FUCK JAGUARES FROM A FAN OF HEROES DEL SILENCIO AND ENRIQUE BUNBURY YOU THINK SO BAD BUT TO ME YOUR BAND AIN'T NOTHING BUT BITCH AND NIGGAZ.

    ozon October 17, 2002   Link

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