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Me quedé mirandola (1945)

I Just Stood There Watching Her lyrics by Roberto Miró music by Vicente Spina After a terrible year of being alone we met again by accident and at once the memories of better days— when I used to sing and laugh— marched right through my mind. My lips began to babble with fear, my eyes … Continue reading

Sombras, nada más (1944)

Shadows, Nothing More lyrics by José María Contursi music by Francisco Lomuto I want to slowly open my veins, to shed every drop of my blood at your feet… so I can prove to you that I could not love you more and then…so I can die. Yet still your blue eyes– as blue as … Continue reading

Demasiado tarde (1941)

Too Late lyrics by Agustín Horacio Delamónica music by Francisco Troppoli It’s all the same, nothing has changed: the same patio, the same sun, the same ivy, which like my hope kept growing in my absence staying green as ever… It’s just me who’s come back changed, carrying all my life’s suffering. I feel the stab of … Continue reading

Alas rotas (1924)

Broken Wings lyrics by Maruja (María Esther) Pacheco Huergo music by Edgardo Donato As I unwound all of yesterday’s memories from the sad reality of my life, I heard your distant voice and my desire cried out, beneath the shadow of your forgetfulness. In the evening’s dying breaths autumn leaves fall all around me. I’m alone … Continue reading

Una vez (1943)

One Time lyrics by Lito Bayardo (Manuel Juan García Ferrari) music by Carlos Marcucci The sun’s rays were dying, the mist of a day without light, and then, in the evening calm, my anguish and my pain both fled. I dreamt that evening of your kisses, I felt so happy when you returned, and when … Continue reading

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