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Cosas olvidadas (1940)

Forgotten Things lyrics by José María Contursi music by Antonio Rodio After such a long, long time, just now I get to talk to you again… Hearing you—what a feeling! It seems just like yesterday! You see…I’m much older now and you’re the same as back in those days when you used to love me … Continue reading

Un crímen (1942)

A Crime lyrics and music by Luis Rubinstein My drama, Your Honor, is this story [1] that can begin at the end. I know that with this grotesque notoriety it’s not easy to seem sentimental. I made her life so torturous, and her soul put up with my madness— my jealously turned into insanity and … Continue reading

Cristal (1944)

Crystal lyrics by José María Contursi music by Mariano Mores My heart has been torn to pieces, my feelings shattered on this day… Night after night with no rest and this unease in my soul… So, so many years have passed— my life and my hair are gray! Mad, nearly dead, crushed, my spirit is still chained to the days of … Continue reading

Charlemos (1940)

Let’s Chat lyrics by Luis Rubinstein Retiro 60-11?* May I please speak to Renée? She doesn’t live there? Wait, don’t hang up— could I just talk with you, miss? Don’t hang up…this afternoon is so dreary, and I feel so sentimental. I already know that there is no René… Let’s chat…you’ll do as well… Chatting … Continue reading

Cada vez que me recuerdes (1943)

Every Time You Remember Me lyrics by José María Contursi music by Mariano Mores Like a grey ghost, weariness descended upon your heart, while it was still mine, and little by little it enshrouded you and little by little you distanced yourself… Though your love was great when you arrived, greater still was the sorrow … Continue reading

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