¿Dónde estás, corazón?
Ayer te busqué
Entre el suelo, y el cielo, mi cielo
Y no te encontré

Puedo pensar
Que huyes de mí
Porque en mi silencio una corazonada
Me dice que sí

¿Dónde estás, corazón?
Ven, regresa por mí
Que la vida se me vuelve un ocho
Si no estás aquí

Quiero pensar (quiero pensar)
Que no tardarás (que no tardarás)
Porque en el planeta no existe más nadie
A quien pueda yo amar, ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay

¿Dónde estás, corazón?
Ayer te busqué
¿Dónde estás, corazón?
Y no te encontré

¿Dónde estás, corazón?
Saliste de aquí
Ay, buscando quién sabe qué cosas
Tan lejos de mí

Puedo pensar y vuelvo pensar
Que no tardarás, oh-oh-oh (no tardarás)
Porque en el planeta no existe más nadie
A quien pueda yo amar, ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay-ay

¿Dónde estás, corazón?
Ayer te busqué
¿Dónde estás, corazón?
Y no te encontré

Te busqué en al armario, en al abecedario
Debajo del carro, en el negro, en el blanco
En los libros de historia, en las revistas y en la radio
Te busqué por las calles, en donde tu madre
En cuadros de Botero, en mi monedero
En dos mil religiones, te busqué hasta en mis canciones

Uoh-uoh-uoh
Oh-uoh-uoh
No
No-no-no-no-no-no

¿Dónde estás, corazón? (¿Dónde estás, corazón?)
Ayer te busqué
¿Dónde estás, corazón?
Y no te encontré

Te busqué en al armario, en al abecedario (¿dónde estás, corazón?)
Debajo del carro, en el negro, en el blanco
En los libros de historia, en las revistas y en la radio (ayer te busqué)
Te busqué por las calles, en donde tu madre (¿dónde estás, corazón?)
En cuadros de Botero, en mi monedero
En dos mil religiones, te busqué hasta en mis canciones (y no te encontré)

Uoh-uoh-uoh (¿dónde estás, corazón?)
Ayer te busqué

Te busqué en al armario, en al abecedario (¿dónde estás, corazón?)
Debajo del carro, en el negro, en el blanco
En los libros de historia, en las revistas y en la radio (y no te encontré)


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Dónde Estás Corazón Lyrics as written by Shakira Mebarak Ripoll Luis Fernando Ochoa

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    Wow, I can't believe that nobody has commented on this song yet... I

    papercutdollon July 23, 2002   Link
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    Weird, it cut off my comment in the middle, but anyways, I really like this song.

    papercutdollon July 23, 2002   Link
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    i did comment on this song, but some of my comments have been erased. Thats sucks. well i love this song, its really nice and i love listening to it.

    Tracyon March 13, 2003   Link
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    what, this site is weird. my comment is not even showing up. well any ways to try again, i really love this song and its so easy to relate to.

    Tracyon March 13, 2003   Link
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    I love this song! I have liked Shakira since she first came out, singing in Spanish, and I have all her albums, and this is my favorite song. I think she sings a lot better in Spanish then in English, but I'm glad she's doin good in the US too.

    silverxstar4545on June 29, 2003   Link
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    I think she sings a lot better in Spanish then in English, but I'm glad she's doin good in the US too"

    ditto

    velvetsisteron December 17, 2005   Link
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    Yeah when she is singing in Spanish it does sound better... but I suppose that anyone singing in their native tongue would sound better than singing in a language that is newer... when she first got big in the US she didn't even speak English that well, and she managed to make some great english songs... This was one of the first Spanish songs I was introduced to and it remains one of my favorite... but with so many good songs, it really is hard to pick...

    lizzieluvs2playon June 19, 2006   Link

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