Una desafortunada cadena de eventos…

…que terminan en: hoy.

Peter, Bjorn and John – Young folks

Algún día dentro de muchos años volveré a escuchar esta canción y recordaré el día de hoy que me imagino dentro de algunos años escuchando esta canción y recordando que hasta hoy, mi vida fue una desafortunada cadena de eventos en los que no tuve absolutamente nada que ver.

Aún así ¿saldrías conmigo?

*****

If I told you things I did before
Told you how I used to be
Would you go along with someone like me?
If you knew my story word for word
Had all of my history
Would you go along with someone like me?

I did before and had my share
It didn’t lead nowhere
I would go along with someone like you
It doesn’t matter what you did
Who you were hanging with
We could stick around and see this night through

And we don’t care about the young folks
Talking about the young style
And we don’t care about the old folks
Talking about the old style too
And we don’t care about their own faults
Talking about our own style
All we care about is talking
Talking only me and you

Usually when things has gone this far
People tend to disappear
No one will surprise me unless you do

I can tell there’s something going on
Hours seems to disappear
Everyone is leaving, I’m still with you

It doesn’t matter what we do
Where we are going to
We can stick around and see this night through

And we don’t care about the young folks
Talking about the young style
And we don’t care about the old folks
Talking about the old style too
And we don’t care about their own faults
Talking about our own style
All we care about is talking
Talking only me and you

And we don’t care about the young folks
Talking about the young style
And we don’t care about the old folks
Talking about the old style too
And we don’t care about their own faults
Talking about our own style
All we care about is talking
Talking only me and you
Talking only me and you

Talking only me and you
Talking only me and you

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