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Pátria Amada

Pátria Amada
English: Beloved Homeland

National anthem of  Mozambique
Lyrics Salomão J. Manhiça
Music unknown
Adopted 2002
Music sample

"Pátria Amada" is the national anthem of Mozambique, it replaced Viva, Viva a FRELIMO in 2002.

Lyrics

Portuguese lyrics English translation
Na memória de África e do Mundo
Pátria bela dos que ousaram lutar
Moçambique, o teu nome é liberdade
O Sol de Junho para sempre brilhará
Coro: (2x)
Moçambique nossa terra gloriosa
Pedra a pedra construindo um novo dia
Milhões de braços, uma só força
Oh pátria amada, vamos vencer
Povo unido do Rovuma ao Maputo
Colhe os frutos do combate pela paz
Cresce o sonho ondulando na bandeira
E vai lavrando na certeza do amanhã
Coro (2x)
Flores brotando do chão do teu suor
Pelos montes, pelos rios, pelo mar
Nós juramos por ti, oh Moçambique
Nenhum tirano nos irá escravizar
Coro (2x)
In the memory of Africa and the World
Beautiful fatherland of those that dared to fight
Mozambique, your name is freedom
The Sun of June forever will shine
Chorus: (2x)
Mozambique, our Glorious Land
Rock by rock constructing the new day
Millions of arms in one only force
O Loved fatherland we will be successful
United people from Rovuma to Maputo
It harvests the fruits of the combat for the Peace
The dream grows waving in the flag
And goes cultivating in the certainty of tomorrow
Chorus (2x)
Flowers sprouting of the soil of your sweat
For mounts, the rivers, the sea
We swear for you, O Mozambique
No tyrant will enslave us
Chorus (2x)


External links

  • - Audio of the national anthem of Mozambique, with information and lyricsPátria AmadaMozambique:
  • [1] - Vocal
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