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Jamás retornarás (1942)

You Will Never Return lyrics by Miguel Caló and Osmar Maderna When she said goodbye, I wanted to cry then without her love, I wanted to scream. All the dreams that my heart encompassed, all my illusions, they fell to pieces. “I will come back soon,” she said as she left. I went crazy waiting … Continue reading

Solamente ella (1944)

Only Her lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Lucio Demare She arrived one afternoon and she was sad, phantom of silence and song, she came from a world that doesn’t exist her heart empty of hopes. She was an aimless cloud with no destiny, she was as tender as a farewell. My steps followed her … Continue reading

Griseta (1924)

Grisette[1] lyrics by José González Castillo A strange cross between Musette and Mimi, with the caresses of Rodolfo and Schaunard, [2] she was the flower of Paris that the dream of a novel brought to the arrabal. And in the crazy ramblings of the cabaret the sweet melody of some tough-guy tango encouraged her illusions: she … 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

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