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Carlos Di Sarli

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Soy aquel viajero (1947)

I Am That Traveler lyrics by Ricardo Thompson From the boat I watch the city, shadowed by the sunset’s light. Soon the furor of these streets will sweep me away, to find you. And I feel that doubt and emotion deepen the anxiety of my return, as I hope to once again bind myself to your unforgettable kisses. … Continue reading

Tú…el cielo y tú (1944)

You…the Heavens and You lyrics by Hector Marcó music by Mario Canaro Your handkerchief is lukewarm, still— I kept reliving your farewell wave from that shadowy dock. Lukewarm, like the dying afternoon sun, my snowy sun, with no hope and no songbirds. I keep the lukewarm kiss that you left on my lips when you … Continue reading

Nido gaucho (1942)

Gaucho’s Nest lyrics by Hector Marcó music by Carlos Di Sarli With shining colors of hope, the countryside puts on its plumage and the wind’s chords throb through the grasses and the flowers. I have my little ranch on the hill where the thrushes nest… daisies and rosebushes have sprouted for you, because one day … Continue reading

Corazón (1939)

Heart lyrics by Hector Marcó music by Carlos Di Sarli Heart, you are deceiving me… Heart, why are you crying? You don’t see that I’m dying to your rhythm, from this pain. Though you know that she’s no longer mine, that she has surrendered to another’s arms, try not to faint yet, be as firm as I am. Give … Continue reading

Nada (1944)

Nothing lyrics by Horacio Sanguinetti music by José Dames I’ve arrived at your house— I don’t know how I managed to, since they’ve told me you’re not here, that you will never return, since they’ve told me that you’re gone. There’s so much snow in my soul, there’s such silence at your door! When I … Continue reading

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