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Argentina, Folk, Rock, Spanish (Español/Castellano)

Canción Para Mi Muerte (Sui Generis)

Country: ARGENTINA
Language: 
SPANISH (ESPAÑOL)
Genre: FOLK, ROCK

GUITAR CHORDS:
Verse: G / F9 / C12 / D4 D
Chorus: Bm Em Bm Em Eb D G / Em / Am7 / G C/G G C/G

“CANCIÓN PARA MI MUERTE”

Hubo un tiempo que fue hermoso y fui libre de verdad
guardaba todos mis sueños en castillos de cristal
poco a poco fui creciendo y mis fábulas de amor
se fueron desvaneciendo como pompas de jabón

Te encontraré una mañana dentro de mi habitación
y prepararás la cama para dos

Es larga la carretera cuando uno mira atrás
vas cruzando las fronteras sin darte cuenta quizás
tómate del pasamanos porque antes de llegar
se aferraron mil ancianos pero se fueron igual

Quisiera saber tu nombre, tu lugar, tu dirección
y si te han puesto teléfono, también tu numeración
te suplico que me avises si me vienes a buscar
no es porque te tenga miedo, solo me quiero arreglar

“SONG FOR MY DEATH”

There was a time which was beautiful and I was truly free
I kept all my dreams in little crystal castles
little by little I started growing up and my fables of love
went vanishing like bubbles of soap

I’ll find you one morning in my bedroom
and you’ll prepare the bed for two

The road is long when you look behind
you go crossing borders without realizing perhaps
take the hand rail because before arrival
a thousand old people clung on but they went the same

I’d like to know your name, your place, your address
and if they’ve given you a telephone, also your number
I beg you to let me know if you come to visit me
not because I’m afraid of you, just want to get myself ready

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