Ramiro 2 Burgos

(13/10/1967 / Buenos Aires - ARG)

HABLAME / TALK TO ME


Háblame, háblame /Talk to me, talk to me
Se que no queda amor/ I know there's no more love
se congeló el calor / the heat is frozen
sin cuerpos solo adiós / no bodies, just good bye
miradas sin amor / looking without love

Háblame, háblame / Talk to me, talk to ome
Difícil es amar / to love is complicated
tan raro como odiar / that rare like to hate
me odiaste por amor / you hate me because of love
mi amor no es un error / my love is not an error

Háblame, Háblame / Talk to me, Talk to me
Realmente no fue amor / that was no real love
romance y dolor / pain and romance
delirio de cien noches / a hundred nights delirium
enemigos de hoy / enemies today

Háblame, háblame. / Talk to me, Talk to me

Submitted: Sunday, September 26, 2010

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