He cometido un pecado universal
El ser yo mismo y proteger mi soledad
El defender mi independencia y mi pasión
Y no ceder ante ninguna represión

He cometido un delito cerebral
El descubrir que ya no puedo desdoblar
Y darme cuenta de lo que nunca verás
Lo invisible me transporta al más allá

¿Y es que estamos de luto?
¿Crees que el tiempo afecta la razón?
Viejo el mundo, él es sabio
Vieja el alma, eso es sagrado
Viejo el mundo, él es sabio
Vieja el alma, eso es sagrado
(Eso es sagrado)

He cometido un abuso demencial
El de luchar y rescatar mi libertad
Sobreviviendo ante esta demencia social
La resignación está prohibida en éste templo

¿Y es que estamos de luto?
¿Crees que el tiempo afecta la razón?
Viejo el mundo, él es sabio
Vieja el alma, eso es sagrado
Viejo el mundo, él es sabio
Vieja el alma, eso es sagrado
(Sagrado)

He cometido un pecado universal
El ser yo mismo y proteger mi soledad


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