A song that encourages me, “I Will Survive”

I have been forgetting a song that “I Will Survive” sung by Gloria Gaynor even though it is my one of favorite songs that I inspired by a Korean singer’s cover song. Happily, I had a chance to hear the song in ENC class recently. I haven’t heard that song for the long time because the song was forgotten from my memory. It is one of  cover songs that is sung by a Korean singer who is called Jin-ju that I inspired at the first time.  So, it was forgotten as I grew older.

This video is about a Korean singer Jin-ju’s cover of “I Will Survive.” Even though she sang in Korean, most of the lyrics are similar as the original song of Gloria Gaynor. So I hope you guys enjoy watching the video that I really like to sing at Karaoke that used to stress out from my mind.


That song’s whole lyrics is here at this link. Especially, I like this part of the song’s lyrics.

“And I grew strong. And I learned how to get along”

and this part

“No, not I, I will survive
Long as I know how to love
I know I’ll stay alive
I’ve got all my life to live
And all my love to give and I’ll survive
I, I, I will survive”
In this lyrics, she lose her ex-boyfriend, but she gets strength by losing him after then. So, it means that she will get over as if it is nothing to deal with it. However, I like this song because I lost a someone who I used to love. It gives me courages and cheers me up to overcome anything that I am struggling with. That is how I am feeling as I listen to the song. Why don’t you guys join me to sing this song?

Here are more cover songs of I Will Survive. Try to listen this songs too!    Glee, Chantay Savage, The Pussycat Dolls,  and Cake


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One thought on “A song that encourages me, “I Will Survive”

  1. I am a fan of this song too, it gives you hope and a little strength. The cover song is actually really awesome as well and even though I do no speak Korean the song is still interesting and i enjoy listening to it. Keep up the good work.

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