Lyrics of 'Seis Años' by Felipe Arriaga

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Seis años, ya separados
y en mi corazon, las heridas abiertas
y aunque tu ya seas casada
te sigo queriendo con todas mis fuerzas.

Cada domingo en la iglesia
le pido al señor que me ayude a olvidarte
y el me da por penitencia
que debo aguantarme y voy a aguantarme.

Hasta que buenamente el señor
se apiade un dia de mi
y ponga punto final a mi existencia(se repite)


Se que las leyes de dios
no permiten a nadie quitarse la vida
mas si no fuera por eso
desde hace seis años yo no viviria.

Cada domigo en...

Hasta que buenamente...

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