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Devendra Banhart y el desengaño

Devendra Banhart y el desengaño

A menudo una persona se ha cruzado en nuestro camino y nos hemos confundido en nuestra búsqueda de la redención. En este disco, considerado por la Rolling Stone como uno de los mejores 50 discos del 2007, Devendra Banhart escenifica uno de esos desengaños en una iglesia. La canción original dice exactamente: "Well I don-t need nobody to rescue me, Or help me see the way you treat me. But I do need somebody to help me say It-s time to walk away (Alright, okay) Too many times Too many times Too many times You crossed over that line You changed your mind You changed your mind You changed your mind But I never did change mine Still I was saved by the fire Singing its song in my heart That hypnotized all the demons And tore them apart But you make them all come back You make them all return You-re so good at that And I will never learn No I never will (I never will, baby) Well I don-t need nobody to heal my pride Cause I-m playing dead inside But I do need somebody To come wake me up, shake me up Help me to stand up, stand up You put me down You cut me down You turned me down And I still stick around You tame my soul Swallowed me whole I lost control And I still couldn-t let you go But I was saved by the fire That was burning deep inside of myself I was a knave to desire But I finally got a little bit of help You ripped out my tongue You couldn-t trust me with that You hid your trust fund I wouldn-t a judged you for that You made me feel dumb Well I ain-t new to that I must-a treated you wrong And now you-re treating me wrong right back Two many times, three many times, four many times I-m about to crack Eight many times, nine many times Too many times I lost track Still yes, I was saved by the fire Burning deep inside my soul Yeah I was saved by the fire Burning deep inside my soul (Yeah, I know, yeah I know) Yes I was saved by the fire Burning deep inside my soul"


Compartido por José Pablo Fernández el 10 de diciembre de 2013

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