Be Who You Are
From Selena
00:00 - 01:58
1m 58s

Abraham reads excerpts from a song in Spanish to Selena. Since she doesn't speak Spanish, he translates words and phrases for her. They then have a talk in which Abraham encourages Selena to embrace her Mexican roots. He tells her that she can like both American and Mexican music; it doesn't have to be one or the other.


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