"A Cinema in Buenos Aires, 26 July 1952" as written by and Tim Rice Andrew Lloyd Webber....
[Julieta:] Carlos.
[Carlos:] Julieta, mi querida Julieta.
[Julieta:] Carlos, no tendrias que haber venido.
[Carlos:] Julieta, ni un millar de soldados me puede detener.
[Julieta:] Pero es peligroso, mi padre te arrestara.
[Carlos:] Tenia que venir.
[Julieta:] ?Carlos!
[Carlos:] Hasta este momento, mis labios no han osado murmurar
la palabra amor.

[Julieta:] Carlos.
[Carlos:] why mucho mas que eso, mi ser todo vibra de deseo.
?Que fue eso? Algo se movio en el balcon de tu
padre. Si fuera ese truhan de Rodolfo, juro que mi espada no
permanecera en su vaina.

[Julieta:] ?Carlos, ten cuidado! Te quiero, Carlos, te quiero.
[Suddenly the film grinds to a halt.]
[The people in the cinema begin to protest but are silenced by an announcement.]

[The Voice of the Secretary of the Press:]
It is my sad duty to inform you that Eva Peron, spiritual leader
of the nation, entered immortality at 8:25 this evening.


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"A Cinema in Buenos Aires, 26 July 1952" as written by Tim Rice Andrew Lloyd Webber

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