Sólo tú sabes bien quien soy
Y por eso es tuyo mí corazón
Sólo tú doblas mi razón
Y por eso a donde tú quieras voy

No creo que el mar algún día
Pierda el sabor a sal
No creo en mi todavía
No creo en el azar

Sólo creo en tu sonrisa azul
En tu mirada de cristal
En los besos que me das
Y en todo lo que digas

Sólo tú sabes bien quien soy
Y por eso es tuyo mi corazón
Sólo tú doblas mi razón
Y por eso a donde tú quieras voy
Si hablo demasiado
No dejes de lado
Que nadie más te amará así
Como lo hago yo

No creo en Venus ni en Marte
No creo en Carlos Marx
No creo en Jean Paul Sartre
No creo en Brian Weiss

Sólo creo en tu sonrisa azul
En tu mirada de cristal
En los besos que me das
Y hablen lo que hablen

Sólo tú sabes bien quién soy
Y por eso es tuyo mi corazón
Sólo tú doblas mi razón
Y por eso a donde tú quieras voy
Si hablo demasiado
No dejes de lado
Que nadie más te amará así
Como lo hago

Quiero ser tu firmamento
De tu boca una canción
De tus alas siempre ser el viento

Tu terrón de sal
Un rayo de sol
Que a donde digas que tú
Quieras que yo vaya voy
Eres mi desliz, mi país feliz
Mi primavera
Mi escalera al cielo sí
Por eso sigo aquí y camino
Contigo a ti nunca podría decirte que no

Sólo tú sabes bien quien soy
Y por eso es tuyo mi corazón
Sólo tú doblas mi razón
Y por eso a donde tú quieras voy

Tu terrón de sal
Un rayo de sol
Que a donde digas que tú quieres
Que yo vaya voy
Eres mi desliz, mi país feliz
Mi primavera
Mi escalera al cielo

Si hablo demasiado
No dejes de lado
Que nadie más te amará así
Como lo hago


Lyrics submitted by elmoz

No Creo Lyrics as written by Luis Fernando Ochoa Shakira Mebarak

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Foreign Imported Productions & Publishing

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

No Creo song meanings
Add Your Thoughts

4 Comments

sort form View by:
  • 0
    General Comment

    I like this song, it'd be cooler if i could understand it

    prettyinredon May 22, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I LOVE THIS SONG SO MUCH. this is one of my favorite songs in the world. i love everything about this song. its mostly talking about how much love she has for a guy (u all know who) and how she doesnt believe in anything else except for him and his love for her, but she tells him that even though she might sound a little crazy, to not forget that no one will love him like she does. i especially love the fast part.

    Tracyon June 18, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    i love this song!!!

    madeline19on April 18, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This was one of my favorites for a while... until La Tortura and Hips Don't Lie came out... but I still like it a lot, and I told my boyfriend that this was my song to him.

    lizzieluvs2playon June 19, 2006   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

More Featured Meanings

Album art
Dreamwalker
Silent Planet
I think much like another song “Anti-Matter” (that's also on the same album as this song), this one is also is inspired by a horrifying van crash the band experienced on Nov 3, 2022. This, much like the other track, sounds like it's an extension what they shared while huddled in the wreckage, as they helped frontman Garrett Russell stem the bleeding from his head wound while he was under the temporary effects of a concussion. The track speaks of where the mind goes at the most desperate & desolate of times, when it just about slips away to all but disconnect itself, and the aftermath.
Album art
I Can't Go To Sleep
Wu-Tang Clan
This song is written as the perspective of the boys in the street, as a whole, and what path they are going to choose as they get older and grow into men. (This is why the music video takes place in an orphanage.) The seen, and unseen collective suffering is imbedded in the boys’ mind, consciously or subconsciously, and is haunting them. Which path will the boys choose? Issac Hayes is the voice of reason, maybe God, the angel on his shoulder, or the voice of his forefathers from beyond the grave who can see the big picture and are pleading with the boys not to continue the violence and pattern of killing their brothers, but to rise above. The most beautiful song and has so many levels. Racism towards African Americans in America would not exist if everyone sat down and listened to this song and understood the history behind the words. The power, fear, pleading in RZA and Ghostface voices are genuine and powerful. Issac Hayes’ strong voice makes the perfect strong father figure, who is possibly from beyond the grave.
Album art
No Surprises
Radiohead
Same ideas expressed in Fitter, Happier are expressed in this song. We're told to strive for some sort of ideal life, which includes getting a good job, being kind to everyone, finding a partner, getting married, having a couple kids, living in a quiet neighborhood in a nice big house, etc. But in Fitter, Happier the narrator(?) realizes that it's incredibly robotic to live this life. People are being used by those in power "like a pig in a cage on antibiotics"--being pacified with things like new phones and cool gadgets and houses while being sucked dry. On No Surprises, the narrator is realizing how this life is killing him slowly. In the video, his helmet is slowly filling up with water, drowning him. But he's so complacent with it. This is a good summary of the song. This boring, "perfect" life foisted upon us by some higher powers (not spiritual, but political, economic, etc. politicians and businessmen, perhaps) is not the way to live. But there is seemingly no way out but death. He'd rather die peacefully right now than live in this cage. While our lives are often shielded, we're in our own protective bubbles, or protective helmets like the one Thom wears, if we look a little harder we can see all the corruption, lies, manipulation, etc. that is going on in the world, often run by huge yet nearly invisible organizations, corporations, and 'leaders'. It's a very hopeless song because it reflects real life.
Album art
Punchline
Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran sings about missing his former partner and learning important life lessons in the process on “Punchline.” This track tells a story of battling to get rid of emotions for a former lover, whom he now realized might not have loved him the same way. He’s now caught between accepting that fact and learning life lessons from it and going back to beg her for another chance.
Album art
Head > Heels
Ed Sheeran
“Head > Heels” is a track that aims to capture what it feels like to experience romance that exceeds expectations. Ed Sheeran dedicates his album outro to a lover who has blessed him with a unique experience that he seeks to describe through the song’s nuanced lyrics.