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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

Que Dios te ayude (1939)

God Help You lyrics by Manuel “Nolo” López & Antonio Mastronardi music by José Juan Visciglio You took away the warmth and affection of my mother, the holy tenderness of her pure and noble heart. The caress of her wings, her good-morning kiss— everything in this life was such a dream for me. A dream that was … 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

Rebeldía (1946)

Rebellion music and lyrics by Roberto Nievas Blanco & Oscar Rubens With hands red from squeezing on my heart, choking back a cry of rage, rebellious, like water against fire, like the sea against the rocks, today I rebel against your tyrannical love which doesn’t listen to reason, I rebel against my own heart, I’m … 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

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