No te aburras mas
Cierra el libro ya
Toda la lección
Puede ser mortal

Entra el profesor
Te va a preguntar
Viene hacia ti
Tu vas a estallar

Y gritas
No no no,
No me enseñen la lección
No no no,
No me enseñen la lección
No no no,
No me enseñen la lección
Que no tengo ganas de aprenderlo todo
No no no,
No me enseñen la lección
Que no tengo ganas de aprenderlo todo

Tu quieres viajar
En algún avión
Tu quieres soñar
Con algo mejor

El clan familiar
Esta contra ti
Ellos ven que tu
No eres muy normal

Y gritas
No no no,
No me enseñen la lección
No no no,
No me enseñen la lección
No no no,
No me enseñen la lección
Que no tengo ganas de aprenderlo todo
No no no,
No me enseñen la lección
Que no tengo ganas de aprenderlo todo


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