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My Country Tis of Thee (Mi País es de Ti)

Buenos Dias. Como estas? (How are you?) En Los Estados Unidos, hoy es el Dia de los Caidos. (In the United States, today is Memorial Day.) Es el dia cuando recordamos nuestros heroes. (It is the day that we remember our heroes.) Es el dia cuando muchas personas van al a las tumbas y poner flores. (It is the day when many people go to the graves and put flowers.) Algunas familias renirse y cocinar una gran comida al aire libre porque nadie va a trabajar hoy. (Some families meet and cook a big meal outdoors because no one goes to work today.) Hoy, se que hay muchos Mexicanos en America porque America es mai liber de Mexico ahora. (Today, I know that there are many Mexicans in America because America is freer than Mexico right now.) Ellos salieron de su pais porque hay mucho violencia en Mexico ahora. (They left their country because there is a lot of violence in Mexico right now.) Y America tiene muchas problemas, pero recuerdan que muchas murieron para nuestra liberadad. (American has a lot of problems too, but we remember that many died for our liberty.) Muchas murieron para nuestra paz que te gusta. (Many died for our peace like that you like.) Mucha gente convirtirse en Americanos porque quieren liberdad y paz. (Many people become Americans because they want liberty and peace. ) Las súplicas oran por Estados Unidos para que podamos conservarlo. (Please pray for America that we can keep it.) Si Estados Unidos tiene paz y libertad, hay esperanza para el resto del mundo. (If America has peace and liberty, there is hope for the rest of the world.)

My Country Tis of Thee

Mi País es de Ti

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My country Tis of thee,

Mi pais es de ti,

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Sweet land of liberty,

Dulce tierra de liberdad,

Of thee I sing,

De tine canto,

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Land where my fathers died,

Tierra donde mis padres murieon,

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Land of the Pilgrims’ pride

Tierra de orgullo de los peregrinos

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From every mountain side,

De cada montana,

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Let freedom ring!

Deja que liberdad tantea!

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My native country, thee,

Mi pias natal, tu,

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Land of the noble free,

Tierra del noble liber,

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Thy name I love.

Tu nombre, amo.

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I love thy rocks and rills,

Amo tu rocas y cárcavas,

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Thy woods and templed hills;

Sus bosques y colinas com iglesias;

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My heart with rapture fills

Mi corazon con aglegria llena

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Like that above.

Como ‘esta arriba.

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Let music swell the breeze,

Deja que musica estar en el viento,

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And ring from all the trees

Y procedente de los árboles

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Sweet freedom’s song.

Cancion dulce de liberdad.

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Let mortal tongues awake;

Deja que lenguas mortales despiertan;

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Let all that breathe partake;

Deja que todos los que respiran participen;

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Let rocks their silence break,

Deja que rocas empiezan a cantar,

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The sound prolong.

Y el sonido prolonga.

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Our father’s God to, Thee,

Nuestro padre de Dios,

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Author of liberty,

El es el autor de liberdad.

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To Thee we sing.

A Dios cantamos.

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Long may our land be bright

Deja que nuestra tierra ser brillante

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With freedom’s holy light;

Con el luz santo de liberdad;

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Protect us by Thy might,

Protegernos con su fuerza,

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Great God, our King!

Dios grande, nuestro Rey!

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