I want to adore thee (Quero te adorar)

traduction en anglais

I want to adore thee

I want to have more words of love
to adore thee.
More expressions of love
to exalt thee.
And every single day a new praise
to offer to thee;
Thou art my Lord
And find in me
a real worshiper.
I want to adore thee,
I want to exalt thee,
every single day glorify thy name.
Thy holy name.
Noble, just, mighty
Holy, holy, holy
Sovereign thou are, Lord
King of Kings, majestic
strong and powerful
To thee my honor
and my praise.
Magnificent, grandiose
Tower of strength, powerful
Thou art the prince of Peace.
Morning star, glorious
Lion of Judah, victorious
Father of Eternity
I adore thee.
Publié par dowlenon1 le Mar, 21/08/2012 - 00:36

Quero te adorar

Quero ter mais palavras de amor
pra te adorar
mais expressões de amor
pra te exaltar
e a cada dia um novo louvor
pra te ofertar
tu és o meu senhor
acha em mim


Vimto12     août 21st, 2012

Some suggestions for you Laughing out loud
Verse 2, line 3: there's so many synonyms for 'engrandecer' in English, but personally I think that 'glorify' works best here
Verse 4, line 1: again there are about a gazillion different words in English to translate this, I picked some religious sounding ones for you 'noble, just, mighty'
Verse 6, line 2: typo 'strengTH' Wink
Verse 7, line 4: 'I adore thee'
I didn't realise there were two ways of spelling 'worshiper', in British English it's spelt with two p's

dowlenon1     août 21st, 2012

Super! I think now I can expand my religious vocabulary by using these words, it was not something I used to use every day, that's why I had not idea about them, if they are religious or they aren't, thank you!! Smile

To tell the truth, I didn't know how to write "adorador" in English, so I used the translator and it gave me the suggestion "worshiper", but if it is British or American, I don't know! hahaha, but if you are saying so. Smile

Vimto12     août 21st, 2012

There's probably hundreds of other possibilities for the religious words but they were the first that came to my head...there's way too may words in the English language Smile