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Sur (1948)

South lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Aníbal Troilo Old San Juan and Boedo, and the whole sky, [1] Pompeya and beyond that the flood, your bridal tresses flowing through my memory and your name floating in that farewell. The blacksmith’s corner, mud and pampa, your house, your sidewalk, and the big ditch, and the perfume … Continue reading

Solamente ella (1944)

Only Her lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Lucio Demare She arrived one afternoon and she was sad, phantom of silence and song, she came from a world that doesn’t exist her heart empty of hopes. She was an aimless cloud with no destiny, she was as tender as a farewell. My steps followed her … Continue reading

Siempre es carnaval (1937)

It’s Always Carnival lyrics by Emilio Fresedo music by Osvaldo Fresedo It’s always Carnival… streamers swirl all around, some are wide and some are thin, they make us wobble, just a bit. And when the mask is gone from the costume that you wear revealing your innocent face, all year long is Carnival! Long live the Carnival! You … Continue reading

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