“Dance, when you’re broken open. Dance, if you’ve torn the bandage off. Dance in the middle of the fighting. Dance in your blood. Dance when you’re perfectly free.” ― Rumi

Carlos Eduardo Gavito (April 27, 1942 – July 1, 2005) was an Argentine Argentine tango dancer.

In 1956 he started to dance in Buenos Aires.. Gavito’s ultimate rise to fame came from this starring appearance in Forever Tango.

Every time I see this video, I dream of dancing …. Do you dance?

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7 thoughts on ““Dance, when you’re broken open. Dance, if you’ve torn the bandage off. Dance in the middle of the fighting. Dance in your blood. Dance when you’re perfectly free.” ― Rumi

  1. Oh MY! What red lips you have, Angeliki!
    No, this isn’t Carlos Eduardo Gavito. This is Carlos Suntana … Chuck … Sunny … Genius, Etc.

    Do I dance? That reminds me of a scene in an episode of The Flintstones … yes, The Flintstones.
    Fred Flintstone was playing some character called I believe — Mr. Blblblblblb (A mumble)
    Why that? I don’t know, it just was.
    Anyway, Mr. Blblblblblb was supposed to be some sophisticated, high class dude. Someone asked him, “Do you Tango?” Mr. Blblblblblb replied, “Doesn’t everyone?”

    • Mac Viva Glam 🙂 the name of the lipstick 🙂
      I love the Flintstones!
      we have to start watching DWTS …
      by the way,
      the Voice was the bet this week! I started eating my nails watching it! Just kidding! I never liked long nails but , I love the voice!

  2. Love the tango! I used to always dream of being a dancer. First as a ballerina when I was very young then, when I was 12, I wanted to be a beatnik improvisational dancer. I used to wear black tights and a big shirt around the house and pose in front of the mirror and snap my fingers and say “daddy o”. I can picture it now. LOL! When I was 16, I saw West Side Story. Loved the dancing in that. Had a crush on George Chakiris for years too.

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