could you translate this from Spanish to English please?

Jamas ?

Update:

no creo en el jamas

a song by Juanes

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  • 1 decade ago
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    When life beats me up and knocks me to the floor

    It's also when I feel that I need to get up

    Facing fear, is the only way to defeat it

    I'm not going to give myself up as defeated, I'm not going to give my life that fear

    Fear is an assasin that kills your feelings

    I know that I'm not alone, I know that God is here inside with me

    And I need silence to find

    my own voice and my truth

    and at the end of the darkness

    I don't feel alone, I know that you're with me

    Today, I'm going to wake up and I won't give up my heart

    Do what I wanted to do and couldn't do

    I'm not going to accept it today, I'm going to search how to be well

    Life has a solution, there is nothing is impossible here

    I don't believe in nevers... no! (x2)

    If giving in as defeated is a form of dying,

    I would never like to give that pleasure to death

    I think about my family, and my heart beats stronger

    You can't live life thinking about when you'll die

    And I need silence to find

    my own voice and my truth

    and at the end of the darkness

    I don't feel alone, I know that you're with me

    Today, I'm going to wake up and I won't give up my heart

    Do what I wanted to do and couldn't do

    I'm not going to accept it today, I'm going to search how to be well

    Life has a solution, there is nothing is impossible here

    I don't believe in nevers... no!

    Edit: S***, I didn't read the question. Anyways, it means I don't believe in nevers.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Jamás means never (again), so that would mean I never believe in him.

    Happy Spanish-speaking!

    Tehe just realised what the others are going on about: there are two possible meanings.

    -No creo en él jamás means I never believe in him.

    -No creo en el jamás means I don't believe in the concept of never.

    I would have to hear the song to tell you which it is.

    Sorry for the confusion!

  • 1 decade ago

    I do not believe in 'jamas' - I dont think this is a spanish word...it may mean anything...try interpreting the whole song via this site:

    http://babelfish.altavista.com

  • 1 decade ago

    I wonder if you don't mean:

    "No creo en él ya más", which basically means "I do not believe in him anymore".

    Edit: I found the song, and you were right - it is "jamas".

    So... "I do not believe in (the) never"

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  • 1 decade ago

    I do not believe in the jamas

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Try Google Translator. On the Google homepage in smaller writing on the side of the bar there is "language tools" then scroll down until you see "Translate text"

  • 1 decade ago

    I do the cuban/puerta rican spanish thing, it might be slightly different;

    " I don't believe in never "

  • 1 decade ago

    I don't believe in never

    jamas=never

  • 1 decade ago

    jamas - never

    i dont believe in never.

    Source(s): me :D
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It means "never".

    And the other line translates into: "I don't believe in never."

    Source(s): Online translator.
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