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Ricardo Tanturi

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Un crímen (1942)

A Crime lyrics and music by Luis Rubinstein My drama, Your Honor, is this story [1] that can begin at the end. I know that with this grotesque notoriety it’s not easy to seem sentimental. I made her life so torturous, and her soul put up with my madness— my jealously turned into insanity and … Continue reading

Pocas palabras (1941)

Few Words lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo music by Ricardo Tanturi I won’t even try to brush away all the ashes from yesterday, from that unforgettable yesterday— I just want to make you see that even if you don’t believe some loves just can’t be erased. After so long I’ve found you again and I feel … Continue reading

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

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 copa del olvido (1921)

A Glass of Forgetting lyrics by Alberto Vaccarezza music by Enrique Delfino Waiter! Bring another round, and serve a drink to anyone who wants one. I’ve felt quite alone and I’ve been quite sad since I discovered the cruel truth. Waiter! Bring another round— last night, I saw the two of them together… I wanted revenge, I … Continue reading

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