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Juan D’Arienzo

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Yuyo brujo (1949)

Witch’s Brew [1] lyrics by Carlos Waiss music by Héctor Varela & Benjamín García Girl, come kiss me here, on the lips, to wipe away the insults from your lying mouth. Tonight I am jealous, and when I tell you I love you I feel my heart belongs to you. Girl, I never get tired of looking … 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

Después (1944)

Afterwards lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Hugo Gutiérrez Afterwards… the bloody moon and your emotion, knowing that the end is coming on a dark stormcloud. Later… unfathomably, your eyes, so empty, weeping painlessly. And afterwards… the enormous night in the windowpane, and you tire of life and I long to fight. Later… your skin like snow and in an … Continue reading

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