Portuguese birthday songs

The first song is the Portuguese version of Happy Birthday. The second is another song that is used to wish people a Happy Birthday in Portuguese

Parabéns pra você (Happy Birthday to you)

Parabéns pra você
Nesta data querida
Muitas Felicidades
E muitos anos de vida

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Other Portuguese birthday songs

Hoje é dia de festa
Cantam as nossas almas
Para o/a menino/a nome
Uma salva de palmas!

Tenha tudo de bom
Do que a vida contém
Tenha muita saúde
E amigos também

Hoje o/a [nome] faz anos
Porque Deus assim quis
O que mais desejamos
É que seja feliz!

The name of the person whose birthday it is replaces [nome].

Com quem serĂ¡, com quem serĂ¡,
que o(a) [nome] vai casar
Vai depender, vai depender, vai depender
se o(a) [name of supposed boy(girl) friend] vai querer.

The name of the person whose birthday it is replaces [nome].

Songs provided by Carlos Carion

A birthday song in Brazilian Portuguese provided by Fernando Costa Junior. It is sang to tune of 'Happy Birthday to you'

Parabéns pra você,
Eu só vim pra comer,
Esqueci o presente,
Nunca mais vou trazer.

Translation

Congratulations to you,
I've just came to eat,
I forgot your present,
And I'll never bring it.

Birthday songs in other languages

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