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Ojos Así (eyes Like You) lyrics

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Shakira – Ojos Así (eyes Like You) lyrics

Yesterday I knew a sky without sun
And a man without ground
A priest in prison
And a sad song without an owner
Ya he, ya he, ya la he
And I knew your black eyes
Ya he, ya he, ya la he
And now yes that
I can't live without them I
Asked to the heavens only one wish
That in your eyes I can live
I've traveled the entire world
And a thing I'm coming to say to you
I traveled from Bahrein until Beirut
I went from the north until the south pole
And I didn't finds eyes like those
Like the ones you have
Rabboussamai fikarrajaii
Fi ainaiha aralhayati
Ati ilaika min haza lkaaouni
Arjouka labbi labbi nidai
I went from the north until the south pole
And I didn't finds eyes like those
Like the ones you have
Yesterday I saw a passing woman
Underneath her camel
A salt river, a boat
Abandoned in the desert
Ya he, ya he, ya la he
And I saw your black eyes
Ya he, ya he, ya la he
And now yes that
I can't live without them I
Asked to the heavens only one wish
That in your eyes I can live
I've traveled the entire world
And a thing I'm coming to say to you
I traveled from Bahrein until Beirut
I went from the north until the south pole
And I didn't finds eyes like those
Like the ones you have



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