Tuesday, July 12, 2005

LETRAS DE CANCIONES QUE A VECES SIRVEN (10)

Esta es de Charly García, de la época de Seru Giran. Apareció en el LP La grasa de las capitales (1979). Es muy útil, créanme. A finales de 1981 y comienzos de 1982 hizo por mí mucho más que una terapia intensiva de tres años con un analista.

Soy un tonto en seguirte
como un perro andaluz
pero mi amor se acabará
alguno de estos días
alguna de estas noches.


Se llama Perro andaluz. Corte tres, lado A.

3 Comments:

Blogger Absolut Bliss said...

Que canción. Pobre mujer bastante egoista pero que se le va a hacer si las cosas funcionan en estos días de esa forma (para muchos).

Hablamos al pasar
acerca de alguien que conozco bien.
Me dejo atravesar
soy como un túnel donde corre el tren,
te hacés mi amiga
si estás conmigo.

2:07 PM  
Blogger Liam said...

Nunca me había pillado esa letra.

Está preciosa.

Aquí le mando otra. No es tan de despecho como la de Serú, pero es un placebo emocional muy bueno:

Meanwhile back in the year One,
when you belonged to no-one,
you didn't stand a chance son,
if your pants were undone.
'Cause you were bred for humanity
and sold to society
one day you'll wake up
in the Present Day
a million generations removed from expectations of being who you really want to be.
Skating away, skating away,
skating away on the thin ice of the New Day.
So as you push off from the shore,
won't you turn your head once more
and make your peace with everyone?
For those who choose to stay,
will live just one more day
to do the things they should have done.
And as you cross the wilderness,
spinning in your emptiness:
you feel you have to pray.
Looking for a sign that the Universal Mind has written you into the Passion Play.
Skating away, skating away,
skating away on the thin ice of the New Day.

And as you cross the circle line,
the ice-wall creaks behind
you're a rabbit on the run.
And the silver splinters fly
in the corner of your eye
shining in the setting sun.
Well, do you ever get the feeling that the story's too damn real and in the present tense?
Or that everybody's on the stage, and it seems like you're the only person sitting in the audience?
Skating away, skating away,
skating away on the thin ice of the New Day.
Skating away, skating away , skating away

(Jethro Tull, Skating away on the thin ice of the new day. War Child, 1974)

5:06 PM  
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6:10 PM  

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