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Telón (1938)

Curtain lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Lucio Demare Your solitude was a fiction that burst into my hidden corner and your tempests swept me away. The role you played so well was the sentimental embodiment of an epic novel by Luis de Val.[1] You appeared, feverish and hysterical, and we came together in a miserable … Continue reading

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

Vamos (1944)

Come On lyrics by Rodolfo Sciammarella From the depths of my tears and pains, I ask God to listen to my appeal and my lamentation, to ease the suffering that exists in my life, and to grant me love’s resignation. With this sentiment that has become a passion my poor heart is trying to ignore that … Continue reading

La bruja (1938)

The Witch lyrics by Francisco Gorrindo music by Juan Polito Drowning this scream that rises up from my chest and arrives on my lips full of malice, I return to your side, with my hands tied, but only to tell you that it’s over, that I don’t care anymore about your laughs or your tears, that … Continue reading

Mandria (1926)

Wretched lyrics by Francisco Brancatti y Juan Velich Take my poncho—don’t flinch! I’ll even loan you my knife, pick, and in the venue that you choose, sir, I must show up and surely I won’t have bad form. And me, with the lash of my riding crop I’ve got plenty to cover myself… I’ve never … Continue reading

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