Crash Push

  • Mas si te acercas un poquito mas
    Me meter's, en ti
    Mas si te sue'o mas
    Ya no podr' dormir nunca jam's
    A si susurr'ndome, tu te vienes a mi
    Y mi habitaci'n se llenara
    De verde agua de mar
    Verde q me pierde
    Mas y mas si mas te quiero qui'reme
    Tu mucho mas
    Mas y mas dentro de mi entraras
    Mas y mas tu mas y mas
    Yo no se como abrazarme a tus brazos
    Y no sufrir
    Boy por la vida pidi'ndote un amor de suicida
    A si susurr'ndome tu te vienes a mi
    Mas y mas si mas te quiero qui'reme
    Tu mucho mas
    Mas y mas dentro de mi entraras
    Tu mas y mas tu mas y mas
    Y mi habitaci'n se llenara del verde agua de mar
    Verde q me pierde
    Mas y mas si mas te quiero qui'reme tu mucho mas
    Mas y mas
    Dentro de mi entraras
    Tu mas y mas tu mas y mas
    Tu mas y mas tu mas y mas
    Mas y mas dentro de mi entraras
    Tu mas y mas tu mas y mas Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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