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Nostalgias (1936)

Nostalgias lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo I want to get my heart drunk so I can snuff out a crazy love that more than love, is just suffering… and I come here for this, to erase the old kisses with kisses from other mouths… If her love was a one-day bloom what’s the reason that I … Continue reading

Humillación (1941)

Humiliation lyrics by Carlos Bahr I knew nothing of the love that kneels, babbling out pleas, tame from conceits. And this was how, with flaws that still humiliate me, that in my delirium, I came to love you. Today as I wake up faced with your half-hearted passion, in my conscience that felt too full of … Continue reading

Tu diagnóstico (1941)

Your Diagnosis lyrics and music by José Betinotti Your diagnosis is simple, but I know that I don’t have a cure— and I know that I’m terminally desperate for your hope and your yearning. What are we going to do, oh my darling? I will adore my memories of you, I will beg you to … Continue reading

Recién (1943)

Just Now lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Osvaldo Pugliese Today, just now, just now, I bring my life close to you again— hiding all my failures, concealing all my wounds. And today as I find the protection of your steady hands just now I realize that it hurts me to know I’ve done you … Continue reading

La milonga de Buenos Aires (1939)

The Milonga of Buenos Aires lyrics by Ivo Pelay music by Francisco Canaro To your majestic sound I saw you pass today through my big city and in you I discovered the exact copy of one that I had forgotten, and that, like you, was a porteña… You are the flower of Buenos Aires, the beautiful … Continue reading

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