Nunca pensé que doliera el amor así
Cuando se entierra en el medio de un no y un sí
Es un día ella y otro día yo
Me estás dejando sin corazón y cero de razón

Ay, te aviso, te anuncio que hoy renuncio
A tus negocios sucios
Ya sabes que estoy de ti vacunada
A prueba de patadas

Por ti me quedé como Mona Lisa
Sin llanto y sin sonrisa
Que el cielo y tu madre cuiden de ti
Me voy, será mejor así

Sé que olvidarte no es asunto sencillo
Te me clavaste en el cuerpo como un cuchillo
Pero todo lo que entra ha de salir
Y los que están tendrán que partir, empezando por mí

Ay, te aviso, te anuncio que hoy renuncio
A tus negocios sucios
Ya sabes que estoy de ti vacunada
A prueba de patadas

Por ti me quedé como Mona Lisa
Sin llanto y sin sonrisa
Que el cielo y tu madre cuiden de ti
Me voy, me, me, me, me voy

Tal vez tú no eres ese para mí
No sé como se puede ya vivir
Pero era así

Es tan patético, neurótico, satírico, psicótico
Tú no lo ves, el Tango no es de tres
Llevo planeando escapar y me sale al revés
Pero voy a intentarlo una y otra vez, oh

Ay, te aviso, te anuncio que hoy renuncio
A tus negocios sucios
Por ti me quedé como Mona Lisa
Sin llanto y sin sonrisa

Te aviso que estoy de ti vacunada
Y no me importa nada
Que el cielo y tu madre cuiden de ti
Me voy, será mejor así

Ya me voy
Ya me fui, eh, eh, eh
Es mejor así

Ay, que el cielo y tu madre cuiden de ti
Me voy, ah, ah, ah
Ay, que el cielo y tu madre cuiden de ti
Me voy, será mejor así


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    i think this version is way better than the english. but i like the english one to. its just that i can relate more to this one. but its a really good song. i really really liked it.

    Tracyon June 18, 2002   Link
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    What is with all of the question marks?

    No se como se puede enga?ar asi The line is No se como se puede ya vivir, queriendo asi

    lizzieluvs2playon June 20, 2006   Link
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    it's where the accents don't work. "me voy ser?? mejor as??" should be 'me voy, será mejor así' etc.

    fleshetteson February 20, 2007   Link

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