Lágrimas negras (song)

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"Lágrimas negras" (Spanish for Black Tears) is a bolero-son by Miguel Matamoros, first recorded by the Trío Matamoros in 1931. Lágrimas negras (song)_sentence_0

The song was written in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, in 1930, when Matamoros was on his way back to Cuba from the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. Lágrimas negras (song)_sentence_1

The song has been described as the "perfect fusion of the son with the bolero". Lágrimas negras (song)_sentence_2

It became the Trío Matamoros' most famous song, along with "Son de la loma". Lágrimas negras (song)_sentence_3

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