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Lucio Demare

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Oigo tu voz (1943)

I Hear Your Voice lyrics by Francisco García Jiménez music by Mario Canaro Afraid of dying, longing to be alive— dreams or reality? Something wants to become a sunrise in my solitude… songs I have forgotten, places I have left, joys I have lost, today with the emotions inside my heart everything returns to me! I … Continue reading

Una emoción (1943)

An Emotion lyrics by José María Suñé music by Raúl Kaplún Come see what I bring to this marriage of words and melody: it’s the song that inspired me, an evocation that cradled me in its arms last night. It’s the voice of tango played on every streetcorner by those whose lives are ruled by an … Continue reading

Malena (1942)

Malena lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Lucio Demare Malena sings the tango as no one else can, and she pours her heart into every verse. Her voice is scented with suburban weeds, Malena feels the pain of the bandoneón. Perhaps in her distant youth, her lark’s voice took on that dark back-alley tone, or perhaps … Continue reading

Mañana zarpa un barco (1942)

Tomorrow a Ship Sets Sail lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Lucio Demare We touch unchanging shores when we drop anchor, a hundred ports gift us the music of the sea, sad doe-eyed girls always wait for us, and the drinks always seem to taste the same. Only here in your port do I feel … Continue reading

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