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Solamente ella (1944)

Only Her lyrics by Homero Manzi music by Lucio Demare She arrived one afternoon and she was sad, phantom of silence and song, she came from a world that doesn’t exist her heart empty of hopes. She was an aimless cloud with no destiny, she was as tender as a farewell. My steps followed her … Continue reading

Esta noche de luna (1943)

This Moonlit Night lyrics by Hector Marcó Come close to me and you will hear my heart content to beat like an enchanted clock. The blue of this evening awakens such dreams and the sky has just set alight the best beacon of all. If I give you a kiss, it need not be a … Continue reading

Humillación (1941)

Humiliation lyrics by Carlos Bahr I knew nothing of the love that kneels, babbling out pleas, tame from conceits. And this was how, with flaws that still humiliate me, that in my delirium, I came to love you. Today as I wake up faced with your half-hearted passion, in my conscience that felt too full of … 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

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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