The disc was originally named with an excerpt from the song "Motivo" which acted as the title track. Due to processes faced at the time because it is a poem by Cecilia Meirelles (the example of "Canteiros"), CBS quickly replaced the following year, launching the album with the unreleased "Quem Me Levará Sou Eu" take what had been a champion of Music Festival of Rede Globo. Unlike "Canteiros", this song was revived once in 1994 in the first edition on CD, but justice was thrown once more and in 2001 a new edition came out in obedience to definitive list of the second edition, 1979. Unlike PolyGram who rejected the case and paid a fine astronomical to the family of the poet in 1973, CBS / Sony Music reached an agreement to flowerbeds be included on the CD "Ao Vivo", 2001.
Quem Viver Chorará (LP, Album, Gat)
Quem Viver Chorará (CD, Album, RE)
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