Nada tienen de especial
dos mujeres que se dan la mano
el matiz viene despues
cuando lo hacen por debajo del mantel.

Luego a solas sin nada que perder
tras las manos va el resto de la piel
un amor por ocultar
y aunque en cueros no hay donde esconderlo
lo disfrazan de amistad
cuando sale a pasear por la ciudad.

Una opina que aquello no esta bien
la otra opina que que se le va a hacer
y lo que opinen los demas esta de mas.

Quien detiene palomas al vuelo
volando a ras de suelo
mujer contra mujer.

No estoy yo por la labor
de tirarles la primera piedra
si equivoco la ocasion
y las hallo labio a labio en el salon
ni siquiera me atreveria a toser
si no gusto ya se lo que hay que hacer
que con mis piedras hacen ellas su pared.

Quien detiene palomas al vuelo
volando a ras de suelo
mujer contra mujer.

Una opina que aquello no esta bien
la otra opina que que se le va a hacer
y lo que opinen los demas esta de mas.

Quien detiene palomas al vuelo
volando a ras de suelo
mujer contra mujer.


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    Esta cancion trata de que las personas juzgan muy mal a las lesbianas, pero hay cierta persona que cree que no esta para juzgarlas.

    zombieon September 08, 2002   Link
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    Quién detiene palomas al vuelo, volando al ras del suelo...

    Significa que dos mujeres están en una situación riesgosa. Creo recordar haber visto en TV que un ave volando al ras del suelo debe tener cuidado con las corrientes de aire.

    mon February 23, 2005   Link

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