Nos vimos tres o cuatro veces
por toda la ciudad.
Una noche en el bar del Oro
me decidí a atacar.

Tú me dijiste diecinueve
no quise desconfiar
pero es que ni mucho ni poco
no vi de dónde agarrar.

Y nos metimos en el coche
mi amigo, tu amiga tú y yo
te dije nena dame un beso
tú contestaste que no.

Empezamos mal y yo que creía
que esto era un buen plan.

Aquella noche fue un desastre
no me comí un colín
éstas son sólo un par de estrechas
nos fuimos a dormir

Pero la fuerza del destino
nos hizo repetir,
dos cines y un par de conciertos
y empezamos a salir.

No sé si esa cara tan rara
un ojo aquí y un diente allá
o el cuerpecillo de gitana
mujer a medio terminar.

Tu corazón fue lo que me
acabó de enamorar.

Y nos metimos en el coche
mi amigo, tu amiga tú y yo
te dije nena dame un beso
tú contestaste que no.

Empezamos mal y yo que creía
que esto era un buen plan.

Y desde entonces hasta ahora
el juego del amor
nos tuvo tres años jugando
luego nos separó.

Pero la fuerza del destino
nos hizo repetir
que si el invierne viene frío
quiero estar junto a ti

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    Maldita seas Fey, ¡¡HIJA DE PUTISIMA MADRE!! ¡¿Como te atreviste a ultrajar esta canción?!

    unrelasedon November 14, 2004   Link

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