中国 Song Spotlight: Wo You Wo De Young

Sasha | January 28, 2012 | Comments (0)

If you were wondering if you still had your youth maybe you can ask these guys…

Fahrenheit  飛輪海 a cheesy and well loved pop band among Chinese youths shows you just what youth looks (and sounds) like in their song Wo You Wo De Young 我有我的young (I have my youth).

English Translation

Every time my stare meets yours, I show my styles, I have my youth
Just like everyone else, like following the current, just one look and it’s forgotten
Every time my energy controls yours, I show my styles, I have my youth
Just like everyone else, it’s not true, the youth is getting different.

There’s nothing wrong if you protect me, because I am special
When the spring flourishes the flowers, you have to remember my smile
Jiro: There’s nothing wrong if you admire me, because no one is as good as me (Editors Note: Yes Jiro, no one is as good as you!)
When the summer brings back the warmth of my heart, it proves that I’m back

Read the full translation here….

Fahrenheit Recipe for Eternal Youth (Guy’s Only)

  1. Spend more time looking in the mirror applying hair product and blow drying your hair then even the most prissy of girls! Hey big hair on guys is trendy is it not?
  2. Exercise regularly, do weights, chin ups, running, skipping and boxing but don’t break out in too much of a sweat or god forbid it will shrink your hair!
  3. Wear colour’s like white, turquoise and pink because nothing says manly and eternal youth like the pallet a 4 year old wears!
  4. Be in a boy band, as simple as that!
Do you love Chinese music? Check out all our “中国 Song Spotlight’s” for some great tunes, entertaining videos and to practice for your next KTV session!

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About Sasha: Sasha is a sassy Aussie lassie who is living it up as an expat in Shanghai. When she’s not teaching English or slaving away writing her next story she can be found scheming her next grand travel adventure, dancing up a storm at Shanghai’s hippest clubs and taking an uncountable number of photos of random things. View author profile.

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