Vertigo (Vértigo)

English translation

Vertigo

I'll receive postcards from abroad,
tender and shabby, kisses, memories.
How are you all? I miss you.
How time passes...
 
We'll be others, we'll be older,
and when finally I look at your mirror,
I hope at least it recognizes me,
it reminds me who I am now.
 
Those hands, that woman,
that winter didn't stop raining,
sorry that I came so late,
I hope to know to compensate you.
 
You're so pretty, I invite you a coffee,
the evening is ours, strip me.
After the lightning I said: "I'll always
pick up flowers in your belly".
 
Another man will sleep with you
and will give name to all your children.
Come, close to me,
let me see you,
because other springs
will bring you away from me.
 
Vertigo, let the world stop,
because the trip feels short.
Will you hear me, will you find me,
when I get lost
and the northern star
don't show the north?
 
The cold mornings at the college,
you almost always ran with me to the bar,
and I would make me angry if you prefered
the school over my companion.
 
Empty bottles over the table,
how healthy is to pull out that laughter,
and now let's change the world, friend,
that you had changed mine.
 
What will I do when I look for you in the class,
and my echo replies when I call you?
Others will come and will say
that you left,
that you were tired
of waiting.
 
Vertigo, let the world stop,
because the trip feels short.
Will you hear me, will you find me,
when I get lost
and the northern star
don't show the north?
 
And the gruffness, the betraying nerves,
that attack me before every concert,
old songs, old verses,
that I hope they keep some echo.
 
And in the future I hope, fellas, brothers,
to be a good guy, to not let you down.
Let the vertigo pass by and in your windows
the sun shines every morning.
 
But enough of crying,
let's toast, it's the moment,
we're all here
and almost nobody is out,
we must hurry
the night that already started.
 
Vertigo, let the world stop,
because the trip feels short.
Will you hear me, will you find me,
when I get lost
and the northern star
don't show the north?
 
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Submitted by Diazepan Medina on Mon, 10/04/2017 - 19:52
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Vértigo

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