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He Gave Me a Song (‘El Me Dio’ un Cancion)

Buenos Dias. Como estas? (How are you?) Espero que estas bien. (I hope you are fine.) Cada dia te doy un cancion espiritual en la idioma espanola. (Every day, I give you a spiritual song in Spanish.) Puedo lo hacer porque Dios me ha dado muchos canciones. (I can do it because God has given me many songs.) De cuando empieze’ seguir a Jesus hasta ahora, he aprendido muchos canciones muy lindo. (From when I began to follow Jesus until now, I have learned many very pretty songs.) Me gusta canciones mucho! (I like songs a lot!) Y Jesus me dio un razon a cantar. (And, Jesus gave me a reason to sing.) Jesus me salvo’. (Jesus saved me.) Jesus cambio’ mi vida. (Jesus changed my life.) ‘El me hizo mucho feliz. (He made me very happy.) Quiero cantar. (I want to sing.) Y espero que tu’ quieres cantar tambien. (And, I hope that you want to sing too.)

He Gave Me a Song

‘El Me Dio’ un Cancion

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He took my burdens all away, up to a brighter day,

Se llevo’ mis cargas a todos, hasta un dia mas brillante,

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He gave me a song, (he gave me a song),

‘El me dio’ un cancion, (‘el me dio’ un cancion),

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A wonderful song. (a wonderful song.)

Un cancion maravilloso, (un cancion maravilloso)

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A wonderful song I now can sing,

Ahora puedo cantar un cancion maravilloso,

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In my heart, joy bells ring!

En mi Corazon, campanas de alegria cantar!

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He gave me a song, (He gave me a song)

‘El me dio’ un canciion, (‘el me dio’ un cancion)

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A wonderful song. (a wonderful song).

Un cancion maravilloso (un cancion maravilloso).

Chorus:

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He gave me a song (He gave me a song)

‘El me dio’ un cancion (‘el me dio’ un cancion)

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To sing about (to sing about)

A cantar acerca (a cantar acerca)

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He lifted me (He lifted me)

Me levanto’ (me levanto’)

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From sin and doubt (from sin and doubt).

Del pecado y la duda (del pecado y la duda)

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Oh, praise his name (Oh, praise his name)

Oh, alabo su nombre (alabo su nombre)

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He is my king (He is my king)

‘El es mi rey (‘el es mi rey)

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A wonderful song (a wonderful song)

Un cancion maravilloso (un cancion maravilloso)

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He is to me. (He is to me.)

‘El es para mi. (‘El es para mi.)

Verse 2:

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I am redeemed no more to die, never to say goodbye

Soy redimido, no mas morir, jamas decir adios.

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He gave me a song (he gave me a song)

‘El me dio’ un cancion (‘el me dio’ un cancion)

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A wonderful song (a wonderful song)

Un cancion maravilloso (un cancion maravilloso)

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And some of these days in that fair land,

Y alguna dia en ‘esta tierra bonita,

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I’ll sing with the chorus grand.

Voy a cantar con el gran coro.

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He gave me a song (he gave me a song)

‘El me dio’ un cancion (‘el me dio’ un cancion)

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A wonderful song (a wonderful song).

Un cancion maravilloso (un cancion maravilloso)

(chorus)

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