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Kum Ba Yah (Viene Cerca Aqui)

Buenos Dias. Como esta’ usted hoy? (How are you today?) Hoy tengo un cancion interesante. (Today, I have an interesting song.) Cuando cante’ ‘esto cancion la prima vez, no lo intiende.’ (The first time I sang this song, I didn’t understand it.) Pregunte’ a una persona cerca de mine, “Que es ‘Kum Ba Yah?’.” (I asked someone near me, “What is ‘Kum Ba Yah?'” ) ‘Estas palabras no aparecia como la idioma ingles. (Those words don’t look like English.) La persona cerca de mi dijo que son palabras de Africa. (The person near me said they were African words.) Pero, pienso que ellos no intiendo’ las apalabras. (But, I don’t think they understood the words.) ‘Esto cancion es un spiritual de los esclavos que vinieron de Africa a America. (This song is a spiritual by the slaves that came from Africa to America.) Las palabras son pronunciado como ellos las pronunciadieron. (The words are pronounced how they pronounced them.) Ellos no hablaron ingles muy bien. (They didn’t speak English well.) La palabra “Kum” = “come (Viene)’ la palabra “Ba” = by (cerca) y la palabra Yah – here (aqui). (The word “Kum”= come, the word “ba”= by, and the word “yah” = here.) Cuando fueron escalvos en America, era terrible. (When there were slaves in America, it was terrible.) Los esclavos conocieron que solamente Dios pudo’ ayudar. (Those slaves knew that only God could help them.) Dios los dio’ esperanza. ( God gave them hope.) Dios trabajo’ en Abraham Lincoln y dio’ libre los esclavos. (God worked through Abraham Lincoln and freed the slaves.) Y somos muy agradecio a Dios para ‘esto libre. (And we are very grateful to God for that freedom.) Y somos muy agradecio a los esclavas porque ellos nos dieron muchos cancions muy bonita. (And we are grateful to those slaves because they gave us many beautiful songs.) Dios nos benecedio’ de los esclavos. (God blessed us through the slaves.) Espero que cada grupa de gente en America puede benedecir a America. (I hope every group of people in America can bless America.)

Kum Ba Yah

Come By Here

Viene Cerca Aqui

Verse 1:

They came from Africa. The other Africans sold them to the slavers. They couldn’t speak English. Ellos vinierson din Africa. La otra gente de Africa los vendoerpm a la gente que tuvieron una empresa acerca de esclafos. Ellos no pudiern hablar ingles.

Kum ba ya, my Lord, kum ba yah.

Viene cerca aqui, mi Dios, viene cerca aqui.

The ships were terrible. Los barcos fueron terrible. Many people died. Mucha gente morieron. They needed God. Ellos necesitieron Dios.

Kum ba ya, my Lord, kum ba yah.

Viene cerca aqui, my Dios, viene cerca aqui

Cuando ellos llegaron en America, ellos trabajaron mucho. When they arrived in America, they worked hard. Necesitiaron Dios y se hicieron Cristianos. They needed God and became Christians. No intiendieron ingles muy bien. (They didn’t understand English well.)

Kum ba y, my Lord, kum ba ya.

Viene cerca aqui, mi dios, viene cerca aqui.

God helped them, and they were freed. (Dios los ayudo’ y la gente los dieron libre. Thank God! Gracias a Dios!

Oh Lord, kum ba ya.

Oh, Dios, viene cerca aqui.

Verse 2

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Someone’s praying Lord, kum ba ya.

Alguien esta’ orando, Dios, viene cerca aqui.

Someone’s praying Lord, kum baya

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Alguien esta’ orando, dios, viene cerca aqui.

Someone’s praying, Lord, kum ba ya.

Alguien esta’ orando, Dios, viene cerca aqui.

Oh, lord, kum ba ya.

Oh, Dios, viene cerca aqui.

Verse 3:

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Someone’s singing, Lord, kum ba ya

Alguien esta’ cantando, Dios, viene cerca aqui

Someone’s singing, Lord, kum ba ya,

Alguien esta’ cantando, Dios, viene cerca aqui.

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Someone’s singing, Lord, kum baya,

Alguien esta’ cantando, Dios, viene cerca aqui.

Oh Lord, kum ba ya.

Dios los ayudo’, y sus ninos tienen una vida mucha mas buena. (God helped them, and their children have a much better life.)Photo by Adrienne Andersen on Pexels.com

Oh, Dios, viene cerca aqui.

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