“On a Hill Far Away” (Sobre una Colina Lejos)

Buenos Tardes.  Como esta usted? (How are you?)  Estoy cansada. (I am tired.) Hoy es Sabado, y ande’ con familia mea a la tienda. (Today is Saturday, and I walked with my family to the store.)  Es verano, y es caliente a fuera. (It is summer, and it is hot outside.) Cuando llege’ a mi casa, mi pelo y ropa fueron mojado porque sude’ mucho. (When I arrived at my house, my hair and clothes were wet because I sweat a lot.)  Escribe’ un blog acerca de algunos de que pude’ ver. (I wrote a blog about some of what I could see. ) Creo que puedo escribir mas, dar ahora decide’ es tiempo te enviar un cancion spiritual. (I think I could write more, but now I decided it is time to send you a spiritual song.) Tal vez, mas tarde puedo escribir mas acerca hoy. (Maybe later I can write more about today.)  El cancion hoy es “On a Hill Far Away.” (The song today is “Sobre una Colina Lejos.”)

On a Hill Far Away

Sobre una Colina Lejos

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On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross,

Sobre una colina lejos fue un viejo cruz escabroso,

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The emblem of suffering and shame;

La emblema de sufrimiento y lastima;

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And I love that old cross where the dearest and best

Lo quiero ‘este viejo cruz donde mas querido y bueno

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For a world of lost sinners was slain.

Para muchos pecadores fueron asesinado.

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So I will cherish the old rugged cross,

Por eso estimare’ el cruz viejo,

Til my trophies at last I lay down;

Hasta mis tesoros dejare’ por fin;

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I will cling to the old rugged cross,

No dejare’ ser separarse de el cruz,

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And exchange it someday for a crown.

Y lo cambiare’ alguna dia para una corona.





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