È stata quella delusione in più
Non dico che sei stata proprio tu
Ma, son rotto, e tu
È stato un atto, una parola chissà
Un'emozione che si è spezzata a metà
Mi son rotto e non gioco più

Ci provo, uno, due, tre
Riprovo, uno, due, tre
Ma son rotto
Lo vedi, non mi alzo più

Se alzo un braccio poi ricade giù
Galleggio come un palloncino nel blu
Sono rotto, sì

È l'accensione o il carburante, chissà
È la speranza che non giunge ormai più
Sono fatto, non gioco più (non c'è più feeling)

Ci provo, uno, due, tre
Riprovo, uno, due, tre
Ma son rotto
Lo vedi, non mi alzo più, uh

Eh-eh-eh
Eh-eh-eh

Ah, oh, ih, oh man
(È stata quella delusione in più)
Lo vedi non mi alzo più
(Non dico che sei stata proprio tu) ah, oh man
(È stata quella delusione in più) lo vedi non mi alzo più
(L'ultima goccia che è caduta giù)

Ci provo, uno, due, tre
Riprovo, uno, due, tre
Ma son rotto
Lo vedi non mi alzo più

Uh, uh, (è stata quella delusione in più)
(Non dico che sei stata proprio tu) uh-uh
(È stata quella delusione in più) è stata quella delusione in più
(L'ultima goccia che è caduta giù) uh-uh
(È stata quella delusione in più) comunque io non gioco più
(Comunque adesso io non gioco più)
(È stata quella delusione in più)
(Non dico che sei stata proprio tu)
(È stata quella delusione in più)
(L'ultima goccia che è caduta giù) oh man
(È stata quella delusione in più)
(Comunque adesso io non gioco più)


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