Stay Home – Be Safe and Hang-in There with a Tango Music Selection
This week’s tango is relevant to the world we are living today. Enrique Santos Discepolo, a poet and social critic, wrote this tango in response to the corruption and repression in Argentine in 1930s. The song was banned for quite sometime. The title of the song – Cambalache- is an Argentine slang that translates as junkshop or pawnshop. Here is the English translation of the lyrics as posted by Derrick Del Pilar. See the clarification notes at the end. The music version is by Francisco Canaro with Roberto Maida as the singer and recorded in 1935.
I’ve always known
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