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Ángel D’Agostino

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Demasiado tarde (1941)

Too Late lyrics by Agustín Horacio Delamónica music by Francisco Troppoli It’s all the same, nothing has changed: the same patio, the same sun, the same ivy, which like my hope kept growing in my absence staying green as ever… It’s just me who’s come back changed, carrying all my life’s suffering. I feel the stab of … Continue reading

Esquinas porteñas (1933)

Corners of Buenos Aires (vals) lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Sebastián Piana Corner of a neighborhood in Buenos Aires, the sun and the moon paint on your walls. The winter rains weep for you in the watercolors of my memories. Thirty evenings (moons) know my wounds and a hundred little streets saw us pass by. … Continue reading

Trasnochando (1942)

Out All Night lyrics by Santiago Adamini music by Armando Baliotti Out all night like every skull who doesn’t see what’s coming, who doesn’t know where he’s going. I used to ignore all your advice, my friend— we almost became enemies because you were honest with me. They always were my best companions, the milonguero boys, gamblers … Continue reading

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