何日君再來 – When will you come again

  

 

来 (hé rì jūn zài lái)

A classic song that was first sang in Shanghai in the 1930’s. Teresa Teng’s version is very popular. 

 

hǎo huā bú cháng kāi           

                  (chang = frequent )

hǎo jǐng bú cháng zài

                  (jing = scenery )

chóu duī jiě xiào méi

                 (chou = worry ; dui = heap ; jie = break up ; mei = eyebrow)      

lèi sǎ xiāngsī dài

相思                   (lei = tears ; sa = spill ; xiangsi = lovesick ; dai = wear)

jīn xiāo líbié hòu

离别                    (jin xiao = tonight ; libie = leave apart )

hé rì jūn zài lái

                  (what day you’ll be back again )

hè wánliǎo zhè bēi

完了

qǐng jìn diǎn xiǎocài

小菜               

rénshēng néng dě jǐ huí zuì

人生             (ren sheng = life;  ought to go back drunk ? )

  huān  gèng hé dāi

                   (huan = happiness )

 

lái hè wán zhè bēi zàishuō ba

, 再说 !

 

jīn xiāo líbié hòu

离别

hé rì jūn zài lái

 

tíng chàng yáng guān dié

                   (ting = listen ; guan = shut /involve ; die = fold up )

chong qíng bái yù bēi

                   (chong = repeat, qing = raise )

yīnqín pín zhì yǔ

殷勤                    (yinqin = politely ; pin = frequently ; zhi = deliver )

láo láo fǔ jūn huái

怀                 (laolao = firmly ; fu = comfort ; huai = cherish / think of )

jīn xiāo líbié hòu

离别

hé rì jūn zài lái

hè wánliǎo zhè bēi

完了

qǐng jìn diǎn xiǎocài

小菜

rénshēng néng dě jǐ huí zuì

人生

bú huān gèng hé dāi

 

Āi! zài hè yī bēi gàn le ba!

  ! , !

 

jīn xiāo líbié hòu

离别

hé rì jūn zài lái

 

 

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