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Small section of song (Padre nuestro) - can't quite make out two phrases  
by almirena (UN), 2016-01-23, 10:26  Spam?  
Hello,

I hope someone here can help.

I cannot quite understand two small sections of a song - a Padre nuestro. The majority of the song lyrics are fine - I can understand them (simply based on traditional "Padre nuestro").

The youtube clip of the song is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uET1wrLSr-o

About 2:04 minutes in, a female soloist sings "Santificado sea tu Nombre", and then another phrase that I can't make out, which sounds a bit like 'par mí señor escar pue torrienta" (or "puedo lento" or something like that).

The second phrase begins at about 2:12 minutes in (through to 2:17). It is sung by a male soloist, and it starts with something that sounds a little like "de esa tanto que un que yo no muy tanto" or something like that. I just cannot make out exactly what is being sung there.

Can anyone help?

Thank you in advance.
Answer:
"Por ti, Señnor", "Esa perfección"...  #831749
by almirena (UN), 2016-01-23, 14:26  Spam?  
Hello,

Just to update you, we seem to have the lyrics worked out, thanks to some wonderful help.

"Por ti, Señor, es que puedo cantar".

Then: "Esa perfección que yo ando buscando tu luz divina me va a llevar".

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