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Campo afuera (1939)

To Other Fields lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Rodolfo Biagi I already know that you’ve forgotten me, I already know that you’ve gone far away. I already know that all my advice won’t be able to straighten you out. I already know that my only destiny is to open all the pens and gallop … Continue reading

Adiós, Buenos Aires

Goodbye, Buenos Aires lyrics by Leopoldo Torres Ríos I must depart from this much belovèd land, I must depart, though my heart begins to bleed. Like a poet, I must say before I leave: goodbye Buenos Aires, my dear friends, goodbye. Porteña nights that knew all my greatest joys today stand as mute witnesses to my pain, every corner stirs another memory … Continue reading

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

Nada más (1938)

Nothing More lyrics by Luis Rubistein There will be so much snow in my life without your fiery gaze! And my poor lost soul, bleeding from this wound, will lay down and die. And on the cross of my yearning, I will fill my soul with mist— even the blue of the heavens shall die … 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

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