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Roberto Rufino

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Cosas olvidadas (1940)

Forgotten Things lyrics by José María Contursi music by Antonio Rodio After such a long, long time, just now I get to talk to you again… Hearing you—what a feeling! It seems just like yesterday! You see…I’m much older now and you’re the same as back in those days when you used to love me … Continue reading

Soñemos (1957)

Let’s Dream music by Roberto Caló & Roberto Rufino lyrics by Reinaldo Yiso I know that it’s impossible to follow you and adore you, that it’s a sin to love you and give my heart to you. But it doesn’t matter, darling, let’s dream tonight even though we may weep tomorrow when we wake up. Let’s … Continue reading

Boedo y San Juan (1943)

Boedo & San Juan music & lyrics by Enrique Cadícamo From here, the corner of Boedo and San Juan, I’m going to sing a sad, heartfelt tango because I want to honor and to remember the neighborhood where I grew up, where I left all the feelings of my childhood: hopscotch beneath a blue sky, brightly colored … Continue reading

Corazón (1939)

Heart lyrics by Hector Marcó music by Carlos Di Sarli Heart, you are deceiving me… Heart, why are you crying? You don’t see that I’m dying to your rhythm, from this pain. Though you know that she’s no longer mine, that she has surrendered to another’s arms, try not to faint yet, be as firm as I am. Give … 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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