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Noche de Paz (Silent Night)

Buenos Dias. Hoy es Noche Buena. (Today is Christmas Eve.) He puesto regalos de Navidad debajo del arbol para manana y estoy escongelando un pavo. (I have put Christmas presents under the tree for tomorrow and I am thawing out a turkey.) Por muchos anos no pude comer pavo en Navidad o para el dia de Agradaciemiento. (For a lot of years, I couldn’t eat turkey at Christmas or Thanksgiving.) No pude ver un pavo en las tiendas en Corea de Sud. (I couldn’t see a turkey in the stores in S. Korea.) La gente dijieron que los pavos existian en Corea, pero fue muy caro. (The people said that turkeys existed in Korea, but were very expensive.) Una vez, fui invitado a la base military para accion de gracias, y comi’ pavo entonces. (Once I was invited to the military base for Thanksgiving, and I ate turkey then.) En un otra vez, un amigo de la base me dio un pechunga de pavo para cocinar para todos los Americanos de la Universidad. (Another time, a friend from the base gave me a turkey breast to cook for all the Americans from the university.) Con esas dos excepciones, no he comido enla menos 14 anos.) Mi hija no quiso comprar un pavo cuando nosotros llegamos en American antes de dia de accion de gracias porque somos solamente dos personas. (My daughter didn’t want to buy a turkey when we arrived in America before Thanksgiving because we are only two people.) Su jefe dio’ a ella un poco de pavo de comer en dia de accion de gracias, pero yo no tuve’ pavo entonces. (Her boss gave her a little turkey to eat on Thanksgiving day, but I didn’t have turkey then.) Finalamente, puedo celebrar un poco como Americanos en ‘este Navidad, pero mi hija no quiero el pay de calabaza. (Finally, I can celebrate a little like American this Christmas, but my daughter doesn’t want pumpkin pie.)Pero tengo un arbol de Navidad, un poco de regalos, y un pavo en ‘este Navidad. (But, I have a Christmas tree, a few presents, and a turkey this Christmas.) Hicimos gallatas de Navidad ayer, pero no los decoramos todavia. (We made Christmas cookies yesterday, but we didn’t decorate them yet.) Se siente como la Navidad. (It feels like Christmas.) Filiz Navidad! (Merry Christmas!) Esto no es un tracuccion, pero estos canciones con la miasma melodia. (This is not a translation, but these songs are with the same tune.)

Noche de Paz

Silent Night

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Silent night, Holy night,

Noche de paz, noche de amor,

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All is calm, all is bright.

Todo duerme derededor

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Round yon virgin, mother and child

Entre asros que asparacen su luz

Holy infant so tender and mild

Bella anunciado al ninito Jesus

Sleep in Heavenly peace,

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Brilla la Estrella de paz,

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Sleep in Heavenly peace.

Brilla la Estrella de paz.

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Silent night, holy night,

Noche de paz, noche de amor,

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Shepherds quake at the sight

Todo duerme derededor

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Glory Streams from Heaven afar

Solo velan en la oscuridad

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Heavenly hosts sing alleluia!

Los pastores que en campos estan

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Christ the savior is born!

Y la Estrella de Belen

Christ the savior is born!

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Y la Estrella de Belen.

Silent night, holy night,

Noche de paz, noche de amor

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Son of God, loves pure light,

Todo duerme en derededor,

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Radiant beams from thy holy face,

Fieles volan alli’ en Belen

With the dawn of redeeming grace,

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Los pastores, la Madre tambien,

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Jesus, Lord at thy birth,

La estrella de Paz

Jesus, Lord at thy birth.

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La estrella de Paz.

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