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Cátulo Castillo

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El último café (1963)

The Last Coffee lyrics by Cátulo Castillo 
music by Héctor Stamponi Your memory touches down like a tornado, the autumn sun begins to set again I watch the drizzle, and as I watch the spoon stirs in the coffee… In the last coffee that your lips coldly ordered that time in a sighing voice. I … Continue reading

Maleza (1945)

Garden Weeds lyrics by Cátulo Castillo music by Enrique Munné Since absence has locked the door on me, with bolts of oblivion… Since the seductive door knocker stays silent, I don’t even know why I’ve come… The garden weeds and the ruins of the balcony wound me with their gloom… Since her hand is not … Continue reading

Tinta roja (1941)

Red Ink lyrics by Cátulo Castillo music by Sebastián Piana A big stone wall, [1] red ink over yesterday’s grey, the emotion of your happy bricks over my little alleyway took a blot and painted the corner and that copper [2] who in the depths of night walked the borders of his beat like a … Continue reading

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