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Un placer

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Song

Un placer is the title of a tango composed by Vicente Romeo. Its lyrics were written by Andrés V. Alietti.[1]

Music
Genre:

Vals

Composer(s):

Vicente Romeo

Year of composition:


Lyrics

Lyrics writer(s):

Andrés V. Alietti


Recordings

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Lyrics

Spanish: Un placer

Linda mariposa
tú eres mi alegría
y tus colores de rosa
te hacen tan hermosa
que en el alma mía
tu imagen quedó.

Por eso a tu reja
hoy vengo a cantarte,
para decirte, mi diosa,
que eres muy hermosa
y no puedo olvidarte
que antes de dejarte
prefiero la muerte
que sólo con verte
es para mí un placer.

verses usually not sung

Sin tu amor ya no puedo vivir.
¡Oh! ven pronto no me hagas penar.
De tus labios yo quiero sentir
el placer que se siente al besar.
Y por eso en mi canto te ruego
que apagues el fuego
que hay dentro de mí.

Oye amada mía
tuyo es mi querer,
que tuya es el alma mía
toda mi poesía
mis alegres días,
hermosa mujer.

Sale a tu ventana
que quiero admirarte.
Sale mi rosa temprana,
hermosa galana,
que yo quiero hablarte
y quiero robarte
tu querer que es santo
porque te amo tanto
que no puedo más.

Y si el destino
de ti me separa
nunca podre ser feliz
y antes prefiero morir.
Porque tu cariño
es mi vida entera.
Tu has de ser la postrera,
la dulce compañera que ayer soñé.

English: A Pleasure

Lovely butterfly
you are my joy
and your rose pink colors
make you so beautiful
that in my soul
your image remained.

That's why at your window grate
I come today to sing to you,
to tell you, my goddess,
that you are very beautiful
and I cannot forget you
and before I leave you
I'd prefer death
and only seeing you
is my pleasure.

References

  1. On tango.info it says, the lyricist is "Juan Andrés Caruso".

Further links

Only verse 1 and 2 are sung by Walter Cabral in Juan D'Arienzos version.