Mis días sin ti son tan oscuros
Tan largos tan grises
Mis días sin ti

Mis días sin ti son
Tan absurdos
Tan agrios tan duros
Mis días sin ti

Mis días sin ti
No tienen noches
Si alguna aparece es inútil
Dormir

Mis días sin ti son un derroche
Las horas no tienen principio ni fin

Tan faltos de aire
Tan llenos de nada
Chatarra inservible
Basura en el suelo
Moscas en la casa

Mis días sin ti son como un cielo
Sin lunas plateadas
Ni rastros de sol

Mis días sin ti son solo un eco
Que siempre repite la misma canción

Tan faltos de aire
Tan llenos de nada
Chatarra inservible
Basura en el suelo
Moscas en la casa

Pateando las piedras
Aún sigo esperando que vuelvas conmigo
Aún sigo buscando
En las caras de ancianos
Pedazos de niño

Cazando motivos que me hagan creer
Que aún me encuentro con vida
Mordiendo mis uñas
Ahogándome en llanto
Extrañándote tanto

Mis días sin ti
Mis días sin ti
Mis días sin ti
Como duelen los días sin ti
Sin ti
Sin ti


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    i love this song. it's simple, mellow and the lyrics are great.

    justanotheron October 12, 2002   Link
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    very sad song...great lyrics...makes me sad..:-(

    far_outon April 27, 2003   Link
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    Heeheehee, it's sad but it makes me smile for soem reason.

    festijunkon December 18, 2004   Link
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    I love this song... it's not necessarily sad, the days without him may not mean they're not together anymore, maybe she's just talking about how sad she is whenever they're apart. the lyrics are so sweet...

    rubyslippers17on August 28, 2005   Link
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    i love this song!! :) it makes me happy ! and sad!

    madeline19on April 18, 2006   Link
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    This song makes me sleepy... i love shakira, but some of her slower songs don't draw me in as much as the catchy, upbeat ones.

    lizzieluvs2playon June 19, 2006   Link
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    What do you guys think 'moscas en la casa' means? 'Flies in the house'? What do you think it signifies?

    lilmagillon September 21, 2008   Link
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    i think the flies ("moscas") are thoughts, feelings, memories which are present and unreachable at the same time. They are like floating around, bothering her a little... making her think and remember past times.

    beautifullifeon October 16, 2008   Link

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