NO MATTER WHAT YOUR LANGUAGE


“Estoy contento!” That means “I’m happy”
“Estoy triste” that means, “I’m sad”
“Orgulloso,” that means, “I’m proud”
“Tengo coraje!” that means, “I’m mad!”

“Contento”—“Happy”, “Triste”—“Sad”
“Orulloso”—“Proud”, “Coraje”—“Mad”
You see, no matter what your language,
No matter what your name,
The things people feel can be the same

I say, “El dedo,” that means, “The finger”
Or “La nariz”, that means, “the nose”
I say, “el ojo”, that means, “The eye”,
Or “los dedos de pie”, that means, “The toes”

“El dedo”—the finger, “la nariz”—the nose
“Ojo”—eye, “dedos del pie”—the toes
You see, no matter what your language,
No matter what your name,
The parts of your body are all the same.

I say, “Me gustas”, that means, “I like you.”
I say, “Hola!”, that means “Hi!”
I say, “Que tal?”, that means, “How are you?”
I say, “Adios”, that means, “Goodbye”
“Me gustas”—I like you,
“Hola” means “Hi”
“Que tal?”—“How are you?”
“Adios”—“Goodbye”
You see, no matter what your language,
No matter what your name
The things people say can be the same

No matter what your language, no matter what your name
No matter what your language, no matter what your name
No matter what your language, no matter what your name
Lots of things can be the same!
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