Cuartito azul   2 comments

Blue little room (1939)
LYRICS by: Mario Battistella
MUSIC by: Mariano Mores
TRANSLATION by: Alberto Paz
Last updated on: 9/13/11
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Requested by Zulma
Cuartito azul, dulce morada de mi vida,
fiel testigo de mi tierna juventud,
llegó la hora de la triste despedida,
ya lo ves, todo en el mundo es inquietud.
Ya no soy más aquel muchacho oscuro;
todo un señor desde esta tarde soy.
Sin embargo, cuartito, te lo juro,
nunca estuve tan triste como hoy.

Cuartito azul
de mi primera pasión,
vos guardarás
todo mi corazón.
Si alguna vez
volviera la que amé
vos le dirás
que nunca la olvidé.
Cuartito azul,
hoy te canto mi adiós.
Ya no abriré
tu puerta y tu balcón.

Aquí viví toda mi ardiente fantasia
y al amor con alegria le canté;
aquí fue donde sollozó la amada mía
recitándome los versos de Chénier.
Quizá tendré para enorgullecerme
gloria y honor como nadie alcanzó,
pero nada podrá ya parecerme
tan lindo y tan sincero
como vos.

Blue little room, sweet home of my life
faithful witness of my tender youth,
the time has come for the sad farewell
you see, everything in the world is concern.
I’m no longer that obscure boy;
from this afternoon I am a gentleman.
However, little room, I swear,
I was never as sad as today.

Blue little room
of my first passion,
you will keep
all my heart.
If it’ll ever,
the one I loved return
you will tell her
that I never forgot her.
Blue little room
Today I sing my farewell.
I will not longer open
your door and your balcony.

Here I lived all my burning fantasy
and I sang to love with joy;
here’s where my loved one sobbed
reciting Chénier’s verses to me.
Maybe I’ll boast about
glory and honor as no one has,
but nothing will look
so cute and so sincere
like you.

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Posted September 13, 2011 by Alberto & Valorie in Mario Battistella

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    Quisiera la letra de CUCU RUCU CU, PALOMA

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