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Três canções populares

Word count: 52

Song Cycle by Cláudio Franco de Sá Santoro (1919 - 1989)

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1. Luar do meu bem [ sung text checked 1 time]

Language: Portuguese (Português)

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O meu amor mora longe
Tão longe que nem sei mais
A lua no céu também mora longe
Mas brilha no mar
Assim o meu bem
Que quanto mais além
Mais me faz pensar
Saudade, meu desespero
É minha consolação
Diz ao meu bem que eu não quero
Sentir mais saudade não


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2. Amor em lágrimas

Language: Portuguese (Português)

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3. Cantiga do ausente

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