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Chitãozinho e Xororó Saudade de Minha Terra

Chitãozinho e Xororó are a Brazilian sertanejo duo, composed of brothers José Lima Sobrinho (Chitãozinho) and Durval de Lima (Xororó). They are among the most successful and influential artists in Brazilian music, with a career spanning over 50 years and more than 40 million albums sold. They are known for their harmonious vocals, romantic lyrics, and fusion of traditional and modern elements in their songs.

One of their most famous songs is "Saudade de Minha Terra", which means "Longing for My Land" in Portuguese. The song was originally composed by Goiá and Belmonte, two other sertanejo singers, in 1962. Chitãozinho e Xororó recorded their version in 1990, as part of their album "Grandes Clássicos Sertanejos Acústico". The song expresses the nostalgia and sadness of a man who left his rural hometown to live in the city, but misses the simple and happy life he had there.


The song has been covered by many other artists, such as João Paulo e Daniel, Sérgio Reis, and Bruno e Marrone. It has also been featured in several TV shows and movies, such as "O Rei do Gado", "A Favorita", and "2 Filhos de Francisco". The song is considered a classic of Brazilian popular music, and a symbol of the sertanejo genre.

You can listen to the song and watch the video of Chitãozinho e Xororó performing it live at the Radio City Music Hall in New York in 2011 [here]. You can also read the lyrics and learn how to play the song on guitar [here] and [here].


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