同桌的你

Same Table With You – ( tóng zhuō de nǐ)

Singer: 老狼 (lao3 lang2)

The English title is really hard to translate, and I don’t think I have done a good job at it. This is another nice old song introduced by my Chinese teacher that bring back school days memories.

 

 

 

 

 

 

míngtiān nǐ shìfǒu huì xiǎngqǐ zuótiān nǐ xiě de rìjì

明天 是否 想起 昨天 日记

míngtiān nǐ shìfǒu hái diànjì céngjīng zuì ài kū de nǐ

明天 是否 惦记 曾经                   (dianji = wory about)

lǎoshī men dōu yǐ xiǎng bù qǐ cāi bù chū wèntí de nǐ

老师 问题

wǒ yě shì  ǒurǎn fān xiàngpiàn cái xiǎngqǐ tóng zhuō de nǐ

偶然 相片 想起

shéi qǔ le duōchóushàngǎn de nǐ shéi  kàn le nǐde rìjì

多愁善感 你的 日记              (qu=marry ; duochoushangan = depressed personality)

shéi bǎ nǐde cháng fā  pán qǐ shéi gěi nǐ zuò de jià yī

你的                (pan = coil ; jiayi =marriage clothes)

nǐ cóngqián zǒngshì hěn xiǎoxīn wèn wǒ jiè bàn kuài xiàngpí

从前 总是 小心 橡皮                  (xiangpi = eraser)

nǐ yě céng wúyì  zhōng shuō qǐ xǐhuān gēn wǒ zài yīqǐ

无意 喜欢 一起                 (wuyi = incidentally)

nàshí hòu tiān zǒngshì hěn lán rìzi zǒng guo   de tài màn

那时 总是 日子

nǐ zǒng shuō bìyè yáoyáowúqī zhuǎnyǎn jiù gè  bēn dōng xi

毕业 遥遥无期 转眼 东西  (yaoyaowuqi = far in the indefinite future; ben = rush to)

shéi yùdào duōchóushàngǎn de nǐ shéi ānwèi ài kū de nǐ

遇到 多愁善感 安慰

shéi  kàn le wǒ gěi nǐ xiě de xìn shéi bǎ tā diū zài fēng lǐ

cóngqián de rìzi dōu yuǎn qù wǒ yě jiāng / jiàng yǒu wǒde qī

从前 日子 我的

wǒ yě huì gěi tā  kàn xiàngpiàn gěi tā jiǎng tóng zhuō de nǐ

相片

shéi qǔ le duōchóushàngǎn de nǐ shéi ānwèi ài kū de nǐ

多愁善感 安慰

shéi bǎ nǐde cháng fā / fà pán qǐ shéi gěi nǐ zuò de jià yī

你的

 

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