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Merry- go-round of loneliness

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Song "Solidão", written by Dolores Duran, sung by Alaíde Costa. Last part of a trilogy on human loneliness

Song "Solidão", written by Dolores Duran, sung by Alaíde Costa. Last part of a trilogy on human loneliness

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    Merry- go-round of loneliness Merry- go-round of loneliness Presentation Transcript

    • CIRANDA DA SOLIDÃO MERRY-GO-ROUND OF LONELINESS
    • Solidão é uma inelutável condição humana Loneliness is an ineluctable human condition
    • AH, LONELINESS
    • IS GONNA KILL ME
    • I EVEN DON’T KNOW WHAT I DO WHAT I SAY
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    • LIVING AND HOPING TO FIND SOMEDAY
    • A LOVE WITHOUT SORROW
    • LIVING AND WAITING FOR
    • SOMEONE WHO MAKES AN END OF MY TORMENT
    • I WANT SOMETHING TRUE
    • ONE LOVE, LONGING, TEARS, ONE FRIEND
    • AH, LONELINESS IS GONNA KILL ME
    • ONE LOVE
    • LONGING
    • TEARS
    • ONE FRIEND
    • AH, LONELINESS IS GONNA KILL ME
    • Performance by GIUSEPPE PENONE (Detail) Photos by PAUL GRAHAM (From internet) Song Solidão Written by DOLORES DURAN Sung by ALAÍDE COSTA