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"after january"

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Please remember! this translation is my personal work. it is sometimes difficult to translate word for word from spanish to english, so it may sound awkward in one languange when it is perfectly
Ral in the other. but i think you can get the general idea!


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After january comes april
Maybe i'm wrong
I don't even know how to finish
If i haven't even begun
You're at fault if i am
Very crazy, very disoriented
If they ask me where i am,
I'm in love with you

January, july, and then december
I'm hooked on your love
After march comes september
My thoughts are those of a child

After january follows april
Maybe i'm a little confused
I don't know how long i can go on
Because i'm in love with you



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