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다 있는 거야 vs 다 있을 거야

These are song lyrics that are translated the same way in both cases. Please help me understand why 는 is used in the first and 을 in the second.
There are the lyrics as they are sung:
다 있는 거야
다 있을 거야
다 있는 거야
Is there a subtle difference between the meanings?

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    A big difference there.:)

    다 있는 거야(You are 100% sure of it)
    다 있을 거야(Just your guessing, probably)

    e.g.
    눈이 오는 거야 = It's snowing
    눈이 올 거야 = It might snow, I guess


    \^o^/

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