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DESPERTAR – Maneco Galeano: Soy de la Chacarita

When you find out that, the song is of little use to change a situation

In the Paraguay River, https://www.rainforestcruises.com/jungle-blog/paraguay-river-in-the-pantanal fishing in the allowed months is exceptional. It is the main tributary of the Paraná River and is one of the most important in the Plata basin. It born in Brazil, and crosses Bolivia and Paraguay, where it acts as a border with Argentina. Puerto Pinasco (city located 527 km from Asunción), can also be reached from the Paraguay River, by boats. Among the eminent pinasqueños, the musician and songwriter Maneco Galeano.

For four years, he taught music in the San José school. He was two years old when he was given his first guitar on the pier of the port of Pinasco, a toy guitar, with which he liked to accompany himself singing melodies. His first name was a tribute to his paternal grandfather and the second to his mother. Félix Roberto Galeano Mieres, Maneco Galeano stage name, was born Puerto Pinasco (Paraguay) on a day in May 1945.

In 1948, his family settled in Asunción, where Maneco Galeano began to study with exceptional qualifications. In 1962, with his family he moved to Buenos Aires, where he formed an orchestral group with other young people. Back home, he did not finish his university studies, preferring to continue his journey as a music composer. When the ABC Color newspaper was founded, a friend of his invited him to be part of the staff, holding the position of head of the Sport section and secretary of the editorial staff. He died in Asunción, on a day in December 1980.

LA CHUCHI / THE TEMPLE – If I already know you ungrateful of my dreams, you say that I am your owner and with another you deceive me. It will be because I am not of your same social class, and I cannot go to the Centenary to dance. You take the bike, you go to Cente, and at night, you go to SanBer. You sleep during the day; you go out at night with some churro that has a car. A pink rag you call it organized, you drink imported whiskey instead of drinking Arí. Your last name is so long that I tell you, I was born! I niko am a descendant of the Lambaré chief. You take the bike, you go to Cente, and at night, you go to SanBer. You sleep during the day; you go out at night with some churro that has a car. You call an old bicycle, in your choppy language instead of giving it its name, just call it. And in your eagerness to mandaparte that has no counterpart you dust your entire body and something else. You take the bike, you go to Cente, and at night, you go to SanBer. You sleep during the day; you go out at night with some churro that has a car. That is why I am going to leave you to go with Pangracia if I, for my misfortune, could one day meet you. Today I deny such luck; I go with Pangracia Pérez, the daughter of old Pérez, stay with your Cente. Your glasses and your rollers, your clothes full of hole, you gave me the name of cuchi, cuchi ne añamemby Reiko eñembochuchi. Your glasses and your rollers, your clothes full of hole, you gave me the name of cuchi, cuchi ne añamemby reiko eñembochuchi. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV925KTP0ZU

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