Y qué voy a hacer con mi despiste selectivo
Y con mi sueño frustrado de aprender a cocinar
Y qué voy a hacer con los Domingos
Y feriados ningún plan es apropiado
Cuando intento no pensar

Dime acaso a dónde vas
Ahora que no estoy
Dime acaso a dónde voy
Ahora que no estás

Qué me inventaré para decirle al mundo
Entero si me ven tumbada al suelo
Y sin mas ganas de volar
Cómo escondo este par de alas rotas
Y las suelas de mis botas cansadas
De caminar

Dime acaso a dónde vas
Ahora que no estoy
Dime acaso a dónde voy
Ahora que no estás

Yo quiero que vuelvas
Que te están reclamando
Mis labios que hace tiempo no besas
Yo quiero que regreses
Ya ves que hasta mis manos
De tanto no tocarte me duelen me duelen

Y qué voy a hacer si mi barbilla llega al piso
Y aunque intente la sonrisa no me sale natural
Si ya me han visto con la mirada perdida
Unas cuantas libras menos
Y unas lagrimas de mas

Dime acaso a dónde vas
Ahora que no estoy
Dime acaso a dónde voy
Ahora que no estás

Yo quiero que vuelvas
Que te están reclamando
Mis labios que hace tiempo no besas
Yo quiero que regreses
Ya ves que hasta mis manos
De tanto no tocarte me duelen
Yo quiero que vuelvas
Que te están reclamando
Mis labios que hace tiempo no besas
Yo quiero que regreses
Si sabías que eras para mí
Y siempre quisiste estar aquí
Aun no entiendo cómo, cuándo, dónde
Ni por qué te perdí, yo no sé vivir así

Yo quiero que vuelvas
Yo quiero que regreses
Yo quiero que vuelvas
Que te están reclamando
Mis labios que hace tiempo no besas
Yo quiero que regreses
Ya ves que hasta mis manos
De tanto no tocarte me duelen me duelen


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    this is such a cool song. i really enjoyed it. its about her saying that she wants her man back. what is she going to do without him?? what is he going to do without her? she doesnt understan how, when where or why she lost him, but she knows that she cant live that way and she wants him to return to him because she really misses him. like i said, its a good song, and the music is cool too.

    Tracyon June 18, 2002   Link
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    I don't understand a word but this song is insanely catchy. I love her singing style!

    striderwhoon January 27, 2006   Link

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