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” I Believe” (Creo)

Buenos Tardes. Espero que estas bueno en ‘esta tarde. (I hope you are fine this evening.) No pude’ escrbir aqui mas temprano hoy porque no tuve’ internet. ) I couldn’t write here earlier today because I couldn’t get internet.) Ahora, en el fin, puedo escribir. (Now, in the end, I can write.) Ayer, te di un cancion que Elvis Presley canto’, y hoy quiero te mandar un cancion Elvis canto’ de nueve. (Yesterday, I gave you a song that Elvis Presely sang, and today, I want to send you another song he sang.) Ervin Drake, Irvin Graham, Jimmy Shirl, and Al Stillman escribieron ‘esto cancion en 1953. (Ervin Drake, Irving Graham, Jimmy Shirl, and Al Stillman wrote this song in 1953.) Elvis canto’ ‘esto cancion en 1957 en un elepe’. ((Elvis sang this song in 1957 in an album.) ‘Esto cancion era cantar animar la gente en tiempo del guerra de Corea. (This song was written to cheer people up during the Korean war.)

I Believe

Creo

I believe for every drop of rain that falls

Creo que para cada gota de lluvia que cae

A flower grows

una flor crece.

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I believe that somewhere in the darkest night

Creo que en alguna parte en el noche oscuridad

A candle glows.

Una vela brilla.

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I believe for everyone who goes astray, someone will come

Creo para cada persona quien va extraviarse, alguien venira’

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to show the way.

Mostrar el calle.

I believe, I believe.

Creo, creo.

I believe above a storm the smallest prayer

Creo que arriba la tormenta el oracion mas pequeno

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Can be heard.

Puede ser oido

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I believe that someone somewhere in the great somewhere

Creo que alguien en alguna parte en el grande alguna parte

Hears every word.

Oye cada palabra.

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every time I hear a newborn baby cry,

Cada tiempo oigo bebe’ recien nacido llora,

Or touch a leaf or see the sky,

O toca una hoja o veo el cielo,

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Then I know why, I believe.

Entonces se porque creo.

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