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Lloran las campanas (1944)

The Bells Cry lyrics by Oscar Rubens They live on endlessly killing my anxiety, the sounds of the bells: “ding dong, ding dong” is their song. How could I have thought that the very day I returned my great love would be dying? When at last I was going to hold her tight in my arms that … Continue reading

Lejos de Buenos Aires (1942)

Far from Buenos Aires lyrics by Oscar Rubens music by Alberto Suárez Villanueva With a sorrowful grimace, old, sad, and worthless, walking with a slow step I’m carrying my grief. Far from the big city that has seen me flourish, in the strangest streets I feel my soul start to darken. No one sees my … Continue reading


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