You & I, we met by chance when summer started, struck by you, paralyzed, when I saw your hair and eyes. You & I, started to talk almost all days, despite the distance I wanted to try, although the glances in my class.

She called for time, tears in eyes. We met at the wrong time to make things right, they thought I might fall apart, that the distance is going to break my heart.

Tell me that you know I’m still waiting for you, to cover this heart’s lack, to come back, to come back again. I’ve been holding up since I was twenty three, with your blue skinny jeans, to come back, to come back again.

You & I, we were chilling in the streets, waking up in your shared house, a stroll by the Retiro park. I still remember walking through those market streets, I bought a metal puzzle for you. That is easier to solve than your mind.

She called for time, tears in eyes. We met at the wrong time to make things right. They thought I might fall apart, that the distance is going to break my heart.

Tell me that you know I’m still waiting for you, to cover this heart’s lack, to come back, to come back again. I’ve been holding up since I was twenty three, with your blue skinny jeans, to come back, to come back again.

What dreams hide from every morning dawn, when I feel to come back to come back again. What dreams hide from every morning dawn, when I feel to come back to come back again.      

But had long journeys, by train or car, to hold me in your arms, kisses in a seaside pub, they thought I might, fall apart.

Tell me that you know I’m still waiting for you, to cover this heart’s lack, to come back, to come back again. I’ve been holding up since I was twenty three, with your blue skinny jeans, to come back, to come back again.

What dreams hide from every morning dawn, when I feel to come back to come back again. What dreams hide from every morning dawn, when I feel to come back to come back again. To come back to come back again. To come back to come back again.