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经典英文歌曲释注

2014-02-14  英语老师...
1、 ALL I HAVE TO DO IS DREAM 只有寻梦去
  歌词:DREAM,DREAM,DREAM,DREAM. DREAM,DREAM,DREAM,DREAM.WHEN I WANT YOU IN MY ARMS,WHEN I WANT YOU AND ALL YOUR CHARMS,WHENNEVER I WANT YOU,ALL I HAVE TO DO IS DREAM, DREAM,DREAM, DREAM.WHEN I FEEL BLUE IN THE NIGHT,AND I NEED YOU TO HOLD ME TIGHT,WHENEVER I WANT YOU,ALL I HAVE TO DO IS DREAM,.I CAN MAKE YOU MINE,TASTE YOUR LIPS OF WINE ANYTIME NIGHT OR DAY.OLNY TROUBLE IS, GEE WHIZ,I’M DREAMING MY LIFE AWAY.I NEED YOU SO THAT I COULD DIE.I LOVE YOU SO AND THAT IS WHY WHENEVER I WANT YOU,ALL I HAVE TO DO IS DREAM.
  解释:
  1、 THE EVERLY BROTHERS:The Everly Brothers were not only among the most important and best early rock & roll stars, but also among the most influential rockers of any era. They set unmatched standards for close, two-part harmonies and infused early rock & roll with some of the best elements of country and pop music. Their legacy was and is felt enormously in all rock acts that employ harmonies as prime features, from the Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, and legions of country-rockers to modern-day roots rockers like Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe (who once recorded an EP of Everlys songs together).
  2、 ALL I HAVE TO DO IS DREAM:在本句型中凡以ALL ONE HAS TO DO,ALL ONE DOES,WHAT ONE HAS TO DO ,WHAT ONE DOES 等做主语,其后接BE动词,再接不定式短语做补语时,TO 通常被省略。
  3、 CHARM (n)魅力;(vt)吸引,使陶醉
  EX:TO BE A MOVIE STAR,ONE MUST HAVE CHARM。
  要想成为电影明星,必须要有魅力。
  HE WAS CHARMED BY HER BEAUTY。
  他迷恋于她的美丽。
  4、 WHEN I FEEL BLUE IN THE NIGHT,AND I NEED YOU TO HOLD ME
  (a) (b)
  TIGHT,WHENEVER I WANT YOU,ALL I HAVE TO DO IS DREAM,
  (c) (d)
  a,b,c为WHEN和WHENEVER 引导的状语从句,d为主语,被a,b,c状语从句修饰。
  5、 BLUE(a)忧郁的
  EX: THAT OLD HOUSE MAKES ME FEEL BLUE。
  IN THE NIGHT=AT NIGHT
  用介词IN时,一定要加定冠词THE ,而用AT时则不必。但IN THE EVENING(傍晚),却只有此用法,不能用AT EVENING。
  
  
  
  
  
  THE EVERLY BROTHERS照片:
  
  
  
  2、 ARE YOU LONESOME TONIGHT by Elvis Presley
  Are you lonesome tonight?Do you miss me tonight?Are you sorry we drift apart?Does your memory stray to a bright summer day when I kiss you and called you sweetheart?Do the chairs in you parlor seem empty and bare?Do you gaze at your doorstep and picture me there?Is your heart feel was pained? Shall I come back again?Tell me,dear,are you lonesome tonight?
  I wonder if you’re lonesome tonight.You know someone said that the world’s a stage and we each must play a part.Fate had me playing in love with you as my sweetheart.ActOne was when we met.I loved you at first glance.And you read your lines so cleverly and never missed a cue.Then came Act Tow.You seemed to change, you acted strange,and why I’ve never known.Honey,you lied when you said you loved me ,and I had no cause to doubt you .But I’d rather go on hearing your lies than go on living without you .Now the stage is bare and I’m standing there with emptiness all around.And if you won’t come back to me ,then they can bring the curtain down.
  解释: 1、Elvis Presley may be the single most important figure in American 20th century popular music. Not necessarily the best, and certainly not the most consistent. But no one could argue with the fact that he was the musician most responsible for popularizing rock & roll on an international level. Viewed in cold sales figures, his impact was phenomenal. Dozens upon dozens of international smashes from the mid-’50s to the mid-’70s, as well as the steady sales of his catalog and reissues since his death in 1977, may make him the single highest-selling performer in history.
  2、Are you sorry we drift apart?=Are you sorry that we have broken up?
  Drift apart 流开,疏远
  3、G.I.BLUES Elvis Presley 主演的一部电影G.I. =GOVERNMENT ISSUE常用来表示美国大兵
  4、Does your memory stray to a bright summer day when I kiss you and called you sweetheart?=Do you occasionally think of that special day when I kissed you and called you sweetheart?
  Stray(vi)脱离正轨,走入歧途。
  EX:Our dog has strayed off somewhere.(我们的狗不知道走失到什么地方去了)
  5、Do the chairs in you parlor seem empty and bare?=Do the chairs in your livingroom seem empty and bare just because I’m not there?
  Partor(n)起居室,客厅 bare (a)空的,仅仅的(=merely)
  EX: The bare sight of him thrilled me .(仅仅见到他就令我激动)
  6、You know someone said that the world’s a stage and we each must play a part.
  SOMEONE 指莎士比亚,“The world’s a stage and we each must play a part.”是莎士比亚说的。
  7、Fate had me playing in love with you as my sweetheart.
  =Fate decreed that our love would not be eternal.
  命中注定我们的爱无法持久。
  Decree(vt) 命运注定
  8、at first glance乍看之下,一看就…
  9、And you read your lines so cleverly and never missed a cue。
  Line 台词 cue(n)(原意为演员台词的尾语,借以暗示其他演员何时出场,何时道白)暗示,提示
  
  
  
  
  
  
  3. blowing in the wind by the brother four
  How many roads must a man wolk down before they call him a man?how may seas must a white dove sail before she sleepinp in the sand?How many times must the cannonballs fly before they’re forever banned?the answer,myfriend,is blowing in the wind.The answer is blowing in the wind.
  How many years can a mountain exist before it is washed to the sea?How many years can some people exist before they’re allowed to be free?How many times can a man turn his head ,pretending he just doesn’t see?the answer,myfriend,is blowing in the wind.The answer is blowing in the wind.
  How many times must a man look up before he can see the sky?How many ears must one man have before he can hear people cry?How many deaths will it tak till he knows that too many people have died?the answer,myfriend,is blowing in the wind.The answer is blowing in the wind.1、The Brothers Four: bear a distinction as one of the longest surviving groups of the late-’50s/early-’60s folk revival and perhaps the longest running "accidental" music act in history — 43 years and counting as of 2001, without any break and with two original members still in the fold. If few recognize that distinction, then it’s because the Brothers Four were also part of a largely forgotten chapter in the history of folk music in America.
  2、吉他谱:
  
  
  4. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do by Neil Sedaka
  Do-do-do down doobee-do-down-down
  comma-comma
  Down doobee-do-down-down
  comma-comma
  Down doobee-do-down-down
  Breaking up is hard to do
  
  
  Don’t take your love away from me
  Don’t you leave my heart in misery
  If you go then I’ll be blue
  ’Cause breaking up his hard to do
  
  Remember when you held me tight
  And you kissed me all through the night
  Think of all that we’ve been through
  Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
  
  They say that breaking up is hard to do
  Now I know, I know that it’s true
  Don’t say that this is the end
  Instead of breaking up I wish that we were making up again
  
  I beg of you, don’t say goodbye
  Can’t we give our love another try
  Come on baby, let’s start a new
  ’Cause breaking up is hard to do
  
  1、BREAK UP(WITH SB)分手,分离
  2、Don’t take your love away from me
  =DON‘T DUMP ME
  =DON‘T DESERT ME
  DUMP (vt)摔掉
  DESERT(vt)抛弃,遗弃
  3、Don’t you leave my heart in misery
  MISERY(n)痛苦
  MISERABLE(a)痛苦的,悲惨的 EX:THEY ALL HAD MISERABLE FACE。(他们都面带痛苦)
  4、They say that breaking up is hard to do
  it is said that从句 据说。。。。。
  =word has it that从句
  =rumor has it that从句
  5、MAKE UP 和好
  6、If Neil Sedaka had been born a bit earlier, he probably would have felt quite at home as a straight Tin Pan Alley tunesmith. Rock and roll had taken over by 1960, though, so he made a niche for himself as one of the Brill Building’s most pop-oriented writers. Unlike most of the Brill Building heavyweights, he sang most of his hit records (which were composed in association with Howard Greenfield). And he had a lot of them in the late ’50s and early ’60s: "Oh Carol," "The Diary," "Stairway to Heaven," "Calendar Girl," "Next Door to an Angel," and "Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen." "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do," a number one hit in 1962, was probably his best-known tune.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  5.California Dreamin’ by The Mamas & The Papas
  
  
  All the leaves are brown
  And the sky is grey
  I’ve been for a walk
  On a winter’s day
  I’d be safe and warm
  If I was in L.A.
  
  California dreaming
  On such a winter’s day
  
  Stopped into a church
  I passed along the way
  Well, I got down on my knees
  And I pretend to pray
  You know the preacher likes the cold
  He knows I’m gonna stay
  
  All the leaves are brown
  And the sky is grey
  I’ve been for a walk
  On a winter’s day
  If I didn’t tell her
  I could leave today
  
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  The leading California-based vocal group of the ’60s, the Mamas & the Papas epitomized the ethos of mid- to late-’60s pop culture: live free, play free, and love free. Their music, built around radiant harmonies and a solid electric-folk foundation, was gorgeous on its own terms, but a major part of its appeal lay in the easygoing Southern California lifestyle it endorsed.
  2、All the leaves are brown,And the sky is grey
  =It’s lates autumn,and all the leaves are turning brown,and the sky is gray;winter is around the corner.
  around the corner:在附近,正在迫近中(=be near at hand,be fast approaching)
  3、I’d be safe and warm,If I was in L.A.
  从语法上来说,If I was in L.A.中的WAS 应该改为WERE ,因为在表虚拟语气的IF 从句中凡表与现在事实相反的BE动词,不论主语是谁,都要用WERE
  NOSTALGIC(a)怀旧的,引起乡愁的,思想病的
  
  
  6.Can’t Take My Eyes Off You Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons
  
  
  You’re just too good to be true.
  Can’t take my eyes off you.
  You’d be like heaven to touch.
  I wanna hold you so much.
  At long last love has arrived.
  And I thank God I’m alive.
  You’re just too good to be true.
  Can’t take my eyes off you.
  
  Pardon the way that I stare.
  There’s nothing else to compare.
  The sight of you leaves me weak.
  There are no words left to speak.
  But if you feel like I feel.
  Please let me know that it’s real.
  You’re just too good to be true.
  Can’t take my eyes off you.
  
  I love you baby, and if it’s quite all right,
  I need you baby to warm the lonely night.
  I love you baby.
  Trust in me when I say:
  Oh pretty baby, don’t bring me down, I pray.
  Oh pretty baby, now that I found you. Stay.
  
  And let me love you, baby. Let me love you ...
  
  I love you baby, and if it’s quite allright,
  I need you baby to warm the lonely night.
  I love you baby.
  Trust in me when I say:
  Oh pretty baby, don’t bring me down, I pray.
  Oh pretty baby, now that I found you. Stay.
  
  Oh pretty baby. Trust in me when I say: Oh pretty baby ...
  
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  Frankie Valli, the lead singer of the Four Seasons, launched a solo career in 1965 after several years of chart-topping success, while still continuing with the group which was re-billed as "Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons." He had actually begun as a solo, releasing the 1953 single "My Mother’s Eyes" under the name Frankie Valley. His debut solo single was "(You’re Gonna) Hurt Yourself" at the end of 1965, but his first solo success came with the gold-selling "Can’t Take My Eyes Off You" (June 1967), which appeared on his first solo album, Frankie Valli—Solo (July 1967). This was followed by Timeless (1968). Valli discontinued solo work for half a dozen years, concentrating on the group. But he returned to solo recordings in the mid-’70s. His subsequent solo hits included the number one "My Eyes Adored You" (November 1974), "Swearin’ to God" (May 1975), "Our Day Will Come" (October 1975), and the number one "Grease" (May 1978).
  2、Can’t take my eyes off you
  =you beauty attracts me so much that i find it very hard not to fix my eyes on you.
  fix one’s eyes on somebody:眼睛盯着某人看
  
  3、I wanna hold you so much.=i’m eager to hug you.
  hug(n&vi):拥抱
  4、 in terns of 以。。。。的观点,在。。。方面
  There is no other girl that can compare with you in terms of beauty.(就美貌而言,没有什么其他女孩子能与你相比)
  5、now that:既然
  
  8.Dear Heart
  
  
  Artist: Andy Williams (peak Billboard position # 24 in 1964)
  Music by Henry Mancini and Words by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
  titles song from the movie starring Glenn Ford and Geraldine Page
  
  
  Dear heart wish you were here to warm this night
  My dear heart, seems like a year since you’ve been out of my sight
  A single room, a table for one
  It’s a lonesome town all right
  But soon I’ll kiss you hello at our front door
  And dear heart I want you to know
  I’ll leave your arms never more
  
  (A single room, a table for one)
  It’s a lonesome town all right
  But soon I’ll kiss you hello at our front door
  And dear heart I want you to know
  I’ll leave your arms never more
  
  
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  Easily the most solid and long-lasting vocalist of his era, Andy Williams’ laidback delivery and expansive voice charmed audiences for decades, from his first appearance with a brother quartet into his seventh decade of performance as the head of his own dinner theater in Branson, Missouri. Born in Wall Lake, Iowa, Williams sang in his church choir and later formed a quartet with his three brothers. The group performed on radio throughout the Midwest, then moved to Los Angeles to make it in show business. The Williams Brothers Quartet appeared on Bing Crosby’s 1944 hit "Swinging on a Star," and appeared with comedienne Kay Thompson during the late ’40s.
  
  
  10.El condor pasa
  Simon & Garfunkel
  Music & Lyrics : Paul Simon - Jorge Milchberg - Daniel A. Robles
  
  
  I’d rather be a sparrow than a snail
  Yes I would, if I could, I surely would
  I’d rather be a hammer than a nail
  Yes I would, if I only could, I surely would
  
  Away, I’d rather sail away
  Like a swan that’s here and gone
  A man gets tied up to the ground
  He gives the world its saddest sound
  Its saddest sound
  
  I’d rather be a forest than a street
  Yes I would, if I could, I surely would
  I’d rather feel the earth beneath my feet
  Yes I would, if I only could, I surely would
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  The most successful folk-rock duo of the 1960s, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel crafted a series of memorable hit albums and singles featuring their choirboy harmonies, ringing acoustic, and electric guitars; and Simon’s acute, finely wrought songwriting. The pair always inhabited the more polished end of the folk-rock spectrum, and were sometimes criticized for a certain collegiate sterility. Many also feel that Simon, as both a singer and songwriter, didn’t truly blossom until he began his own hugely successful solo career in the 1970s. But the best of S&G’s work can stand among Simon’s best material, and the duo did progress musically over the course of their five albums, moving from basic folk-rock productions into Latin rhythms and gospel-influenced arrangements that foreshadowed Simon’s eclecticism on his solo albums.
  2、condor:大秃鹫;snail:蜗牛
  3、GET TIED UP TO=BE TIED UP TO 被...束缚
  
  13.I went to your wedding
  by patti page
  I went to your wedding
  
  although I was dreading.
  
  The thought of losing you,
  
  the organ was playing,
  my poor heart kept saying,
  My dreams, my dreams are through.
  She came down the aisle, wearing a smile.
  A vision of loveliness,
  I uttered a sigh, whispered goodbye,
  goodbye to my happiness.
  Your mother was crying,
  your father was crying,
  I was crying too.
  The teardrops were falling because we were losing you.
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  The best-selling female singer during the 1950s, Patti Page in many ways defined the decade of earnest, novelty-ridden adult pop with throwaway hits like "The Doggie in the Window" and "I Went to Your Wedding." By singing a wide range of popular material and her own share of novelty fluff, she proved easily susceptible to the fall of classic adult pop but remained a chart force into the mid-’60s.
  2、WED:(vt)与。。。结婚;(使)结合
  EX:In this book ,matter and manner are well wedded.(这本书的内容与形式结合得很好)
  3、DREAD(vt)害怕,恐惧
  4、ORGAN:风琴,管风琴
  5、BE THROUGH(WITH)结束,与。。。断绝关系
  6、AISLE (教堂的)侧廊,通道
  
  
  
  14.I’ll never fall in love again
  BY BOBBIE GENTRY
  What do you get
  When you fall in love
  A girl with a pin
  To burst your bubble
  That’s what you get
  For all your trouble
  I’ll never fall in love again
  
  
  What do you get
  When you kiss a guy
  You get enough germs
  To catch peneumonia
  After you do he’ll never phone ya
  I’ll never fall in love again
  
  Don’t tell me what it’s all about
  I’ve been there
  And I’m glad I’m out
  Out of those chains
  Those chains that bind you
  That is why I’m here
  To remind you
  
  What do you get
  When you fall in love
  You only get lies and pain and sorrow
  So far at least until tomorrow
  I’ll never fall in love again
  
  1、Bobbie Gentry remains one of the most interesting and underappreciated artists to emerge out of Nashville during the late ’60s. Best-known for her crossover smash "Ode to Billie Joe," she was one of the first female country artists to write and produce much of her own material, forging an idiosyncratic, pop-inspired sound that, in tandem with her glamorous, bombshell image, anticipated the rise of latter-day superstars like Shania Twain and Faith Hill. Of Portuguese descent, Gentry was born Roberta Streeter in Chickasaw County, MS, on July 27, 1944; her parents divorced shortly after her birth and she was raised in poverty on her grandparents’ farm. After her grandmother traded one of the family’s milk cows for a neighbor’s piano, seven-year-old Bobbie composed her first song, "My Dog Sergeant Is a Good Dog," years later self-deprecatingly reprised in her nightclub act; at 13, she moved to Arcadia, CA, to live with her mother, soon beginning her performing career in local country clubs. The 1952 film Ruby Gentry lent the singer her stage surname.
  
  
  
  
  
  2、A girl with a pinTo burst your bubble
  =A GUY WILL COME ALONG AND RAIN ON YOUR PARADE。
  一个小伙子回闯入你的心扉,然后扫你的兴,破坏你的美梦。
  RAIN ON PARADE:请想象一下在游行时突然下起雨来,是多么的扫兴呀。
  
  3、That’s what you get For all your trouble
  =THAT’S THE KIND OF THING YOU GET FOR ALL YOUR EFFORTS。
  这一句话有抱怨男方“狼心狗肺”、不珍惜她的TROUBLE(不厌其烦的努力,相当于EFFORTS)
  4、GERM 病菌 PNEUMNONIA 肺炎 AFFECTION 爱情,恋慕,情感
  
  
  16.It’s Now or Never - Elvis Presley
  --永远的猫王--elvis--it’s now or never
  it’s now or never,
  come hold me tight
  kiss me my darling,
  be mine tonight
  tomorrow will be too late,
  it’s now or never
  my love won’t wait.
  when i first saw you
  with your smile so tender
  my heart was captured,
  my soul surrendered
  i’d spend a lifetime
  waiting for the right time
  now that your near
  the time is here at last.
  it’s now or never,
  come hold me tight
  kiss me my darling,
  be mine tonight
  tomorrow will be too late,
  it’s now or never
  my love won’t wait.
  just like a willow,
  we would cry an ocean
  if we lost true love
  and sweet devotion
  your lips excite me,
  let your arms invite me
  for who knows when
  we’ll meet again this way
  it’s now or never,
  come hold me tight
  kiss me my darling,
  be mine tonight
  tomorrow will be too late,
  it’s now or never
  my love won’t wait.
  
  17.Jambalaya----by Carpenters
  
  
  Goodbye Joe, he gotta go, me oh my oh
  He gotta go -- pole the pirogue down the bayou
  His Yvonne, the sweetest one, me oh my oh
  Son of a gun, we’ll have big fun on the bayou
  
  Thibadaux, Fountaineaux the place is buzzin’
  Kin-folk come, to see Yvonne, by the dozen
  Dressed in style, they go hog wild, me oh my oh
  Son of a gun we’ll have big fun on the bayou
  
  Jambalaya and a crawfish pie and fillet gumbo
  ’For tonight I’m gonna see my sherry mi-o
  Pick guitar, fill fruit jar and be gay-o’
  Son of a gun, we’ll have big fun on the bayou
  
  Settle down far from town get him a pirogue
  And he’ll catch all the fish in the bayou
  Swap his mum to buy Yvonne what she need-o
  Son of a gun we’ll have big fun on the bayou
  
  Jambalaya......repeat the 4 lines upto .. on the bayou
  
  18、Just Walking In The Rain-jim reeves
  
  Just walking in the rain, getting soaking wet, torturing my heart by trying to forget. Just walking in the rain, so alone and blue, all because my heart still remembers you.
  People come to (their) windows. They always stare at me. (They) shake their heads in sorrow, saying, "Who can that fool be?" Just walking in the rain, thinking how we met, knowing things could change, somehow I can*t forget.
  Just walking in the rain*
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  Gentleman Jim Reeves was perhaps the biggest male star to emerge from the Nashville Sound. His mellow baritone voice and muted velvet orchestration combined to create a sound that echoed around his world and has lasted to this day. Detractors will call the sound country-pop (or plain pop), but none can argue against the large audience that loves this music. Reeves was capable of singing hard country ("Mexican Joe" went to number one in 1953), but he made his greatest impact as a country-pop crooner. From 1955 through 1969, Reeves was consistently charted in the country and pop charts — an amazing fact in light of his untimely death in an airplane accident in 1964. Not only was a presence in the American charts, but he became country music’s foremost international ambassador and, if anything, he was even more popular in Europe and Britain than he was in his native America. After his death, his fanbase didn’t diminish at all, and several of his posthumous hits actually outsold his earlier singles; no less than six number one singles arrived in the three years following his burial. In fact, during the ’70s and ’80s, he continued to have hits with both unreleased material and electronic duets like "Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me" with Deborah Allen and "Have You Ever Been Lonely?" with his smooth-singing female counterpart of the plush Nashville Sound, Patsy Cline, who also perished in an airplane crash, in 1963. But Reeves’ legacy remains with lush country-pop singles like "Four Walls" (1957) and "He’ll Have To Go" (1959), which defined both his style and an entire era of country music.
  2、torture(n.)折磨,(vt.)使痛苦,折磨
  3、soaking (a.)湿透的,(adj.)湿透地
  a soaking downpour 倾盆大雨
  get soaking wet 全身湿透
  
  23、Morning Has Broken 破晓 -CAT STEVENS
  
  
  Morning has broken like the first morning. Blackbird has spoken like the first bird. Praise for the singing; praise for the morning; praise for them springing fresh from the world.
  
  Sweet the rains’ new fall sunlit from heaven, like the first dewfall on the first grass. Praise for the sweetness of the wet garden, sprung in completeness where His feet pass. Mine is the sunlight. Mine is the morning. Born of the one light Eden saw play. Praise with elation, praise every morning God’s re-creation of the new day.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  32.Right here waiting - Richard Marx
  
  
  Oceans apart day after day
  And I slowly go insace
  I hear your voice on the line
  But it doesn’t stop the pain
  
  If I see you next to never
  How can we say forever
  
  Wherever you go
  Whatever you do
  I will be right here waiting for you
  Whatever it takes
  Or how my heart breaks
  I will be right here waiting for you
  
  I took for granted, all the times
  That I thought would last somehow
  I hear the loughter, I taste the tears
  But I can’t get near you now
  
  Oh, can’t you see it baby
  You’ve got me going crazy
  
  Wherever you go
  Whatever you do
  I will be right here waiting for you
  Whatever it takes
  Or how my heart breaks
  I will be right here waiting for you
  
  I wonder how we can survive
  This romance
  But in the end if I’m with you
  I’ll take the chance
  Oh, can’t you see it baby
  You’ve got me going crazy
  
  Wherever you go
  Whatever you do
  I will be right here waiting for you
  Whatever it takes
  Or how my heart breaks
  I will be right here waiting for you
  Waiting for you
  
  1、Richard Marx这位才华洋溢的英国歌手,从五岁起就开始与音乐为伍,十多年来,在音乐事业上不辍的努力,使得他有丰富的音乐涵养,集作词、谱曲、编曲、制作于一身,而建立起属于他自己的音乐风格这首【Right here waiting】,以优美的弦乐开场,加入钢琴的主弦律,就一张美丽的爱情大钢;尤其Richard Marx真挚的歌声:【不管花多少化价,不论我会多么心碎,我都会在这儿等着你....】使人情不自禁、一步一步地接近那张网........。
  
  
  
  
  2、中文译意
  
  在这里等
  千里相隔日复一日
  我已逐渐失去理智
  电话里传来你的声音
  依然难解我相思之苦
  
  如果我们几乎不见面
  还谈什么永远
  
  不论你去哪里
  做些什么
  我都会在这里等你
  不论付出什么代价
  或是伤心欲碎
  我都会在这里等你
  
  我一直认为
  我的想法能持久不变
  我经历过欢笑,尝过泪水
  但现在却无法接近你
  
  哦,难道你看不出来,宝贝
  你已让我疯狂
  
  不论你去哪里
  做些什么
  我都会在这里等你
  不论付出什么代价
  或是伤心欲碎
  我都会在这里等你
  
  我不知道该如何保住
  这段感情
  但如果最能和妳在一起
  我愿意试试看
  哦,难道你看不出来,宝贝
  你已让我疯狂
  
  不论你去哪里
  做些什么
  我都会在这里等你
  不论付出什么代价
  或是伤心欲碎
  我都会在这里等你
  等妳
  
  35、Say You Say Me -lionel richie
  
  
  Say you, say me. Say it for always
  That’s the way it should be
  Say you, say me. Say it together, naturally
  
  I had a dream, I had an awesome dream
  People in the park, playing games in the dark
  And what they played was a masquerade
  But from behind the walls of doubt
  A voice was crying out
  
  As we go down life’s lonesome highway
  Seems the hardest thing to do
  Is to find a friend or two
  That helping hand, someone who understands
  When you feel you’ve lost your way
  You’ve got someone there to say
  So you think you know the answers
  Oh no. Well, the whole worlds got ya dancin’
  That’s right I’m telling you
  It’s time to start believin’
  Oh yes. Believe in who you are
  You are a shining star...oh
  
  Say you, say me. Say it for always
  That’s the way it should be
  Say you, say me. Say it together, naturally
  Say it together, naturally
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  After leaving the Commodores, Lionel Richie became one of the most successful male solo artists of the ’80s, arguably eclipsed during his 1981-1987 heyday only by Michael Jackson and Prince. Richie dominated the pop charts during that period with an incredible run of 13 consecutive Top Ten hits, five of them number ones. As his popularity skyrocketed, Richie moved farther away from his R&B origins and concentrated more on adult contemporary balladry, which had been one of his strengths even as part of the Commodores. After 1987, Richie fell silent, taking an extended break from recording and touring before beginning a comeback toward the tail end of the ’90s.
  LIONEL RICHIE是我很喜欢的一位音乐人,象他的《四海一家(WE ARE THE WORLD)》早就为人熟悉,他的歌曲对情感的表达与众不同,反正是总能让我感动,下面再推荐一首《HELLO》给大家欣赏:
  Hello - Lionel Richie
  
  i’ve been alone with you inside my mind
  and in my dreams i’ve kissed your lips a thousand times
  i sometimes see you pass outside my door
  hello, is it me you’re looking for?
  i can see it in your eyes
  i can see it in your smile
  you’re all i’ve ever wanted,(and) my arms are open wide
  ’cause you know just what to say
  and you know just what to do
  and i want to tell you so much, i love you ...
  i long to see the sunlight in your hair
  and tell you time and time again how much i care
  sometimes i feel my heart will overflow
  hello, i’ve just got to let you know
  ’cause i wonder where you are
  and i wonder what you do
  are you somewhere feeling lonely, or is someone loving you?
  tell me how to win your heart
  for i haven’t got a clue
  but let me start by saying, i love you ...
  hello, is it me you’re looking for?
  ’cause i wonder where you are
  and i wonder what you do
  are you somewhere feeling lonely or is someone loving you?
  tell me how to win your heart
  for i haven’t got a clue
  but let me start by saying ... i love you
  
  
  2、MASQUERADE (a。)令人敬畏的
  3、But from behind the walls of doubt A voice was crying out
  WALLS OF DOUBT(疑惑之墙)乃是暗指世人总以虚假的面貌彼此相待,但心中不免有疑惑:这难道是我们的处世之道吗?于是心中产生了呐喊,而这个呐喊就在接下来的第三段中表现出来了。
  
  
  
  《HELLO》的音频
  
  
  
  
  
  36.Seven Lonely Days - georgia gibbs
  
  
  seven lonely days make one lonely week
  seven lonely nights make one lonely me
  ever since the time you told me we were thru
  seven lonely days i cried and i cried for you
  oh, my darlin’ i’m cryin’, boo-hoo-hoo-hoo
  there’s no use in denyin’ i cried for you
  it’s your favorite pastime, makin’ me blue
  last week was the last time i cried for you
  seven hankies blue i filled with my tears
  seven letters true i filled with my fears
  guess it never pays to make your lover blue
  seven lonely days i cried and i cried for you
  oh, my darlin i’m cryin’, boo-hoo-hoo-hoo
  now, there’s no use in denyin’ i cried for you
  it’s your favorite pastime, makin’ me blue
  last week was the last time i cried for you
  1、对于这首歌,大家可能更熟悉的是乡村巨星PATSY CLINE 的版本
  PATSY CLINE:
  
  
  
  One of the greatest singers in the history of country music, Patsy Cline also helped blaze a trail for female singers to assert themselves as an integral part of the Nashville-dominated country music industry. She was not alone in this regard; Kitty Wells had become a star several years before Cline’s big hits in the early ’60s. Brenda Lee, who shared Cline’s producer, did just as much to create a country-pop crossover during the same era; Skeeter Davis briefly enjoyed similar success. Cline has the most legendary aura of any female country singer, however, perhaps due to an early death that cut her off just after she had entered her prime.
  georgia gibbs:
  
  
  
  
  乔治亚·吉布斯是大乐队时代艺人排名第66位的流行女歌手,自1950年至1954间有上榜歌曲12首。其中最成功的3首是:
   1)Kiss Of Fire(火之吻)1952年4月19日登榜首7周
   2)Seven Lone Days (七个寂寞的日子)1953年入榜24周
   3)I’d’ve Baked A Cake
    Georgia Gibbs原名Fredda Gibbons,1920年8月17日出生于麻省的Worcester。从15岁开始就在广播电台的Hit Parade和Camel Caravan节目中表演。1938年和Hudson-Delange乐队一起表演时的名曲有《If We Never Meet Again》,1940年和Frankie Trumbauer合作时的名曲有《Laziest Girl In Town》,1942年和Artie Shaw乐队合作时的名曲有《Not Mine》,《Absent Minded Moon》。也就是在这段期间,她改名为Georgia Gibbs。随后,在Jimmy Durant/Garry Moore主持的广播节目时,Moore给她起了个‘Her Nibs’的外号。她坚定而准确的嗓音以及良好的艺人风范令她在1950到1959间获得15支排行榜前40位的歌曲。最开始的两支是Coral唱片公司发行的《If I Knew You Were Comin’》及《I’d’ve Baked A Cake》。
    1951年,她和Mercury唱片公司签了约。她52年演唱的《Kiss Of Fire-火之吻》是由一支阿根廷探弋《El Choclo》改编的。53年演唱的《Seven Lonely Days-七个寂寞的日子》则是原来Bonnie Lou唱到乡村排行榜前10位的一支歌曲。她唱的热门曲多是翻唱的R&B歌曲。如:55年原来LaVerne Baker唱的《Tweedle Dee》,《Dance With Me Henry》是改动了歌词的原Hank Ballard的歌曲《Work With Me Annie》,以及Ballard,Johnny Otis,Etta James的性感歌曲《Roll With Me Henry》等。
    后来,她不断的改变合作的唱片公司,先是跳到RCA公司。然后58年到Rou8lette公司,出了她最后一支进入排行榜前40位的《The Hula-Hoop Song》。后又在Mercury公司录了含有《Swinin’ With Her Nibs》一曲的专辑。63年在Epic公司录了《Georgia Gibbs》,64年在Imperial公司录了《Something’s Gotta Give》。64年以后,她在意大利过着半隐居的生活。
  2、ever since the time you told me we were through,seven lonely days i cried and i cried for you.=Ever since seven days ago when you told me that our relationship was over,i hve been feeling lonely and i’ve been crying and crying for losing you.
  be through=be over
  cry for +n. :为。。。哭泣
  3、there’s no use in denyin’ i cried for you
  THERE‘S NO USE+IN+现在分词=IT IS USELESS TO +动词原形
  4、guess it never pays to make your lover blue
  IT PAYS TO... 做...是值得的
  
  
  
  38.Song Sung Blue
  
  
  Song sunG blue.Everybody knows one. Song sung blue. Every garden grows one. Me and you are subject to the blues now and then. And when you take the blues and make a song, you sing them out again, sing them out again.
  
  Song sung blue. Weeping like a willow. Song sung blue. Sleeping on my pillow. Funny thing but you can sing it with a cry in your voice. And before you know it, get to feeling good. You simply got no choice.
  1、
  
  
  
  
  Neil Diamond built a career, first as a pop songwriter, and then as a pop singer, that has withstood the changing fashions of music, especially rock, over more than 25 years. Born in Brooklyn, Diamond was writing and recording in New York in his teens, though he graduated from Brooklyn’s Abraham Lincoln High School and attended New York University for a time. In 1965, he signed to Bang Records as an artist while also working as a songwriter. In 1966, he reached the Top Ten with his "Cherry, Cherry," while the Monkees took his "I’m a Believer" to #1. "Cherry, Cherry" was the first of five straight Top 20 hits, among them "Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon."
  2、Me and you are subject to the blues now and then. 我和你都不时的会感到忧郁。
  SUBJECT:易受到。。。,易遭受。。。
  BE SUBJECT TO +n. 势必会遭到
  3、WEEP :低声哭泣
  4、WILLOW:柳树
  A WEEPING WILLOW (植物)垂柳
  
  39. Take Me Home Country Roads John Denver
  
  
  almost heaven west virginia
  blue ridge mountains shenandoah river
  life is old there older than the trees
  younger than the mountains
  growin like a breeze
  country roads take me home
  to the place i belong
  west virginia mountain momma
  take me home country roads
  all my memories gather round her
  miners lady stranger to blue water
  dark and dusty painted on the sky
  misty taste of moon shine
  tear drops in my eyes
  i hear her voice in the morning hours she calls me
  radio reminds me of my home far away
  driving down the road i get a feeling that i should
  have been home yesterday
  yesterday
  country roads take me home
  to the place i belong
  west virginia mountain mamma
  take me home country roads
  take me home country roads
  take me home country roads
  
  1、
  
  
  
  One of the most popular recording artists of the 1970s, country-folk singer/songwriter John Denver’s gentle, environmentally conscious music established him among the most beloved entertainers of his era; wholesome and clean-cut, his appeal extended to fans of all ages and backgrounds, and led to parallel careers as both an actor and a humanitarian. Born John Henry Deutschendorf in Roswell, New Mexico on December 31, 1943, he was raised in an Air Force family, and grew up in various regions of the southwestern U.S. As a teen, his grandmother presented him with a 1910 Gibson acoustic guitar, and while attending Texas Tech University he began performing local clubs. Adopting the stage surname "Denver" in tribute to the Rocky Mountain area he so cherished, he dropped out of college in 1964 to relocate to Los Angeles; there he joined the Chad Mitchell Trio, a major draw on the hootenanny circuit of the early ’60s but in the twilight of their career at the time of Denver’s arrival. Over time, however, Denver helped resuscitate the group on the strength of his songwriting skills; signed to Mercury, the Trio recorded a number of tracks, which the label repackaged in 1974 as Beginnings with the Chad Mitchell Trio.
  2、all my memories gather round her ,miners lady, stranger to blue water
  我一直在想念我的妈妈,她是一个矿工的太太,从来没见过大海。
  BE A STRANGER TO 对。。。不懂
  BLUE WATER=BLUE OCEANS
  3、RIMIND (OF)使...想起
  
  
  40.Tennessee Waltz
  
  
  Patti Page
  
  I was dancin’ with my darlin’ to the Tennessee Waltz
  When an old friend I happened to see
  I introduced her to my loved one
  And while they were dancin’
  My friend stole my sweetheart from me
  
  I remember the night and the Tennessee Waltz
  Now I know just how much I have lost
  Yes, I lost my little darlin’ the night they were playing
  The beautiful Tennessee Waltz
  
  1、I was dancin’ with my darlin’ to the Tennessee Waltz When an old friend I happened to see
  主语+WAS(WERE)+V_ing+WHEN 引导的过去式从句:正在。。。就
  DANCE TO +MUSIC 随着音乐起舞
  EX: I LOVE THIS SONGVERY MUCH, SHALL WE DANCE TO IT?
  
  41、The end of the world
  why does the sun go on shining
  why does the sea rush to shore
  don’t they know it’s the end of the world
  cause you don’t love me anymore
  why do the birds go on singing
  why do the stars glow above
  don’t they know it’s the end of the world
  it ended when i lost your love
  i wake up in the morning and i wonder
  why everything’s the same as it was
  i can’t understand
  no, i can’t understand
  how life goes on the way it does
  why does my heart go on beating
  why do these eyes of mine cry
  don’t they know it’s the end of the world
  it ended when you said goodbye
  (spoken)why does my heart go on beating
  why do these eyes of mine cry
  
  43. The River Of No Return --marilyn monroe
  
  
  (Mm, if you listen, you can hear it call, "Wailerie.")There is a river called the river of no return. Sometimes it’s peaceful and sometimes wild and free. Love is a traveller on the river of no return, swept on forever to be lost in the stormy sea.
  
  "Wailerie," I can hear the river call where the roaring water falls. "Wailerie," I can hear my lover call, "Come to me."
  
  I lost my love on the river, and forever my heart will yearn. Gone, gone forever down the river of no return. "Wailerie, wailerie’" He’ll never return to me. No return, no return, no return’
  1、梦露的玉照:
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  2、这首歌是梦露主演的同名电影的主题曲
  3、梦露的星路历程
  在美国和西方世界,玛丽莲梦露这个名字几乎是无人不晓的,即使在今天她仍然是大多数美 国人心目中的“性感女神”。50年代和60年代初,这名从孤儿院出来的姑娘红透整个好莱坞,使多 少爱慕虚荣的少女羡煞;而她在36岁的风华之年突然自杀身死,又使万千影迷困惑不解。
  1926年6月1日,原名诺玛琼培克的玛丽莲出生在洛杉矶综合医院里,此时父亲已经离开她远走他乡,母亲常酗酒,人事不知。因此她从小便寄居在别人家中,从这一家到那一家,从孤儿院以收容所,别的孩子流连于童年的欢乐,她已尝到颠连困苦的滋味。九岁的时候,母亲仍然接受不了父亲离去的事实,被关进精神病院。1941年,小诺玛到了加利福利亚的“安娜姨妈”家。一年后,16岁的诺玛与大自己四岁的詹姆斯多尔蒂结了婚,第一次有了自己的家。不过这是个没有爱情的婚姻,二年后丈夫应征入伍,当时正处第二次世界大战期间,不久丈夫以不满诺玛新职业为由提出了离婚。诺玛的新职业是在一家时装店作摄影模特。
  1946年,诺玛被二十世纪福克斯公司大老板看中拍板雇用,从此有了这个艺名——玛丽莲梦露。初期的工作并不顺利,她只是在一些在影片中跑跑堂,说几句“Hello!”之类的台词,无奈之下为了五十美元,玛丽莲答应拍裸体照。1950年约翰大胆启用玛丽莲,让她在《柏油丛林》担任一二场重头戏。紧接着玛丽莲与蓓蒂黛维斯等几位大明星拍摄了《伊芙的底细》,出场时间虽然很短,但她那天真无邪,使人听了浑陶陶的对白让人留下深刻印象,福克斯公司等影片一结束,便与她签定续订七年合同。
  至53年之前,玛丽莲在影评界虽时获赞誉,但电影公司总是把她拘囿于演“白痴美人”一类角色,为求发展,她上迈克尔契诃夫剧院听戏剧课,排古典剧。这时,有位记者认出“金色之梦”月份牌上的裸体模特儿即为玛丽莲,消息透露出来,非但没有毁掉她的前程,反而引起观众好奇,对她更为关注。1953年是玛丽莲人生的一个转折点,在电影《尼亚加拉》里第一次担任主角。影片以有名于世的大瀑布为背景,烘托玛丽莲优美的体态。该片上映以来,场场爆满,她不仅一跃成为第一流的明星,而且成了好莱坞一手炮制的最了不起的神话。
  1954年玛丽莲与棒球健将乔。迪·马吉奥结婚,无奈这位球界巨人醋劲不小,对她限制极多,两人最终分道扬镳。1956年7月1日她又与剧作家阿瑟米勒另缔良缘,他们是在1951年拍《青春常驻》一片时就认识的。婚前玛丽莲的每部影片都超乎寻常的卖座,特别是在《七年之痒》这部片中她站在地铁口的镂空铁板上,下面刮上来的风把她的裙子吹得鼓涨起来,成了她影片里最著名的镜头。不过梦露已经不满足于傻瓜美人这种角色了,紧接着演出的《公共汽车站》里,她把自己的生活经历融汇进人物身上,而且演戏才能达到了前所未有的高度,在片中,她出现在小酒吧时,直有光采华艳、蓬荜生辉之感。1957年与劳伦斯奥立佛合作的《王子与舞女》遭受从未有过的失败,淡出二年后,玛丽莲很小心地接下了这部《热情似火》,影片拍摄很辛苦,她为此两次小产,不过这一切都值得——《热情似火》成为她票房收入最高的影片。
  1960年玛丽莲与克拉克盖博合演了《不合时宜的人》,谁也不曾料这分别是他们俩的最后一部影片,停机没几天,克拉克盖博因心脏病猝发而不治身死。同年十一月她与丈夫阿瑟米勒正式分开,这次离异造成的感情创伤始终未能平复。她神经衰弱严重起来,只得进精神病院作一短期疗。一年后神采飞扬的玛丽莲接拍新片《濒于崩溃》,这是她自那张月份牌照片以来,第一次同意在片中拍裸体镜头。1962年6月1日,她在剧组摄影棚里,庆祝她三十六的生日。为了证明自己丰腴如初,风韵依然,玛丽莲在伯特斯特恩的摄影机前功尽弃,取一幅透明纱巾略事遮掩,拍下生平最后一组极有魅力的照片。八月四日一个周末的星期六,是梦露悲剧一生的高潮。这一天早晨,人们还看见她脸庞鲜艳。谁也没有料到,这是临终前的最后光彩。
  那天晚上究竟发生了什么?是自杀还是谋杀?
  见过现场的人说:她脸朝下躺着,毯子滑在一旁,全身赤裸而僵硬。死去之际,手还抓着电话。她要找谁,或许是总统的弟弟,或许就是美国总统肯尼迪本人,然而电话的另一头没有回音,绝望之下,她服用了过量的安眠药,于是乎,香消玉殒,便再也没有醒来……
  时光荏再,作为电影业的产物,好莱坞的神话,玛丽莲梦露并没有死,永远都是生气勃勃的,她完美的体型,自然弯曲的睫毛,洁白无瑕的牙齿和偶尔挑逗的动作,可谓是“回眸一笑百媚生”的形象仍印成千千万万份撒向人间。
  4、《THE RIVER OF NO RETURN》剧情简介:玛丽莲.梦露与罗伯特.米彻姆主演的西部文艺片,背景是淘金热时代的美国西北山区。米契姆饰演刚出狱的囚犯,他来到镇上接他的儿子回家,认识了照顾儿子的酒吧歌女梦露,但也引起了梦露男友的怀疑。当米契姆和儿子在农庄耕种时,男友前来打倒他,偷了他的枪和马,赶到矿区去淘金。梦露感到不忍心,留下来照顾米契姆。此时,印第安人前来突击农庄,三人沿河流逃亡到镇上。
  
  45.Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree -tony orlando
  
  
  I’m coming home; I’ve done my time. Now I’ve got to know what is and isn’t mine. If you received my letter telling you still want me, if you still want me. Tie a yellow ribbon ’round the old oak tree. It’s been three long years. Do you still want me? If I don’t see a ribbon ’round the old oak tree, I’ll stay on the bus, forget about us, put the blame on me, if I don’t see a yellow ribbon ’round the old oak tree.
  
  Bus driver, please look for me, ’cause I couldn’t bear to see what I might see. I’m really still in prison, and my love she holds the key. A simple yellow ribbon’s what I need to set me free. I wrote and told her please.
  Now the whole danm bus is cheering, and I can’t believe I see a hundred yellow ribbons ’round the old oak tree. I’m coming home.
  
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  In conjunction with his backing duo Dawn, singer Tony Orlando was one of the biggest pop stars of the early ’70s, best remembered for the mammoth hit "Tie a Yellow Ribbon ’Round the Ole Oak Tree." Born Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavitis in New York City on April 3, 1944, he entered the music business at the age of 16 following a successful audition for producer Don Kirshner. Orlando’s first hit, 1961’s "Halfway to Paradise," was written for him by Carole King, who also authored the Top 20 follow-up, "Bless You." However, after scoring a minor chart entry with "Happy Times (Are Here to Stay)," his career ground to a halt when Kirshner sold his company to Screen Gems, which showed considerably more interest in publishing music than recording it; Orlando was given a job with the company’s promotional department, and in 1967 he was tapped by Columbia Records to head their own publishing division, April-Blackwood Music.
  2、(摘自月光书屋)
  挤出那两扇阴森、锈斑的大铁门,捡起狱警狠摔脸上,重砸地上的旧包囊,噼啪着节节伸直腰。六年中,浑身被殴伤的地方,现在又争先恐后地痛。忘久了怎么站立,眯着高墙外陌生的阳光,我有些晕眩;听见里面狱友们熟悉的惨叫,我忍不住条件反射,咳了今天的第一口鲜血。
  
  远方老橡树下的你,是否会拆开我的信?六年了,那是唯一的一封。还记得彼此初见时,你的长发随风散扬。贫穷的我只够买条劣质的黄丝带,你不忤地微笑,用它细细围住你优质的青丝。此刻,它踡在我结疤的掌心,而我将启程,以仅剩的几块钱,捎上拥挤破旧的公共汽车,揣着无限的希望,驶向你。
  
  当车子弯个弯,摇晃着岔入那返乡的支路;当地平线尽头,我们的小屋慢慢地尖上来,我该如何对你说,其实再民主的国家也比一个最罪恶的人,犯过更大更多更重的罪,那战争,政治,法律。其实间接地,每个人都曾经犯罪过,即使圣贤,伟人,天使。我该如何对你说,其实我还没出狱,若你不再接受我,从今以后,人间就是我一座大监狱。
  
  历经这些漫长孤苦的岁月,爱,一个昨日的囚徒,还有没资格成为春天最后的归人,而不是今日的过客,明日的浪子,后日异乡街头的一具无名尸......
  
  
  走出这一筑荫凉、刷漆的小木屋,垂眸六年中初次穿上的长裙,春光下,它有些不争气,褪色一如我的颜。过晌了,斜倚着门,我一段段摊开,早晨小镇里所有买到的黄布,独自剪成一条条黄丝带。下午的春气真是暖,我欠起身,开始把它们一一结在小屋旁,公路边,那棵多年的老橡树上,系满每一根枝干。晚风中,它们将向渐近的你万千地招手。
  
  度过那些黯淡耻辱的日子,黑暗看惯了你,你也惯看了黑暗,所以视力一定很模糊。我得撑住疲倦的双手,扶稳摇摇欲坠的梯,坚持着挂满十条、廿条、一百条。
  
  六年了,目送一辆辆公共汽车吱哑开过,碾起漫天的灰埃,遍地的黄尘。“别愁深夜雨,孤影小窗灯”,每天单车单身来往人群,我该如何对你说,即使你沦落到社会的最下层,埋没在世俗的最中间,也仍然是我的心上人。六年了,锁着这颗心,守着这个身,从没有请哪位男子进去。而今宵,我多么愿意和你,共尽着缠绵缱绻,一夜做爱到天亮。
  
  五点钟了,我该进屋洗菜烧饭,你也该到。记得你说过,“活在这样的世上,人生没半点意义,什么事都值不得做。”可是该如何对你说,这一生这一日这一次,我却找到最意义的事:在下午的阳光里,把这棵苍苍的老橡树,佩上无数崭新的黄丝带,高高低低、长长短短、大大小小......
  
  Tie yellow ribbon round the old oak tree,幸福是馨黄色的;
  Tie a yellow ribbon round the old oak tree,爱不在乎统治阶级,你是好人还是坏人,是顺民还是逆犯;
  Tie a hundred yellow ribbon round the old oak tree,如今的时代,有谁能够清白地活着!
  
  3、PUT THE BLAME ON ME
  BLAME+事物+ON+人=BLAME+人+FOR+事物 将某事归咎于某人
  
  46.Top of the world-carpenters
  such a feelin’s comin’ over me
  there is wonder in most everthing i see
  not a cloud in the sky got the sun in my eyes
  and i won’t be surprised if it’s a dream
  everything i want the world to be
  is now coming true especially for me
  and the reason is clear
  it’s because you are here
  you’re the nearest thing to heaven that i’ve seen
  i’m on the top of the world lookin’ down on creation
  and the only explanation i can find
  is the love that i’ve found
  every since you’ve been around your love
  put me at the top of the world
  something in the wind has learned my name
  and it’s tellin’ me that things are not the same
  in the leaves on the trees and the touch of the breeze
  there’s a pleasin’ sense of happiness for me
  there is only one wish on my mind
  when this day is through i hope that i will find
  that tomorrow will be just the same for you and me
  all i need will be mine if you are here
  1、
  
  
  
  With their light, airy melodies and meticulously crafted, clean arrangements, the Carpenters stood in direct contrast with the excessive, gaudy pop/rock of the ’70s; yet they became one of the most popular artists of the decade, scoring 12 Top Ten hits, including three number one singles.
  Karen Carpenter’s calm, pretty voice was the most distinctive element of their music, settling in perfectly amidst the precise, lush arrangements provided by her brother Richard. The duo’s sound drew more from pre-rock pop than rock & roll, but that didn’t prevent the Carpenters from appealing to a variety of audiences, particularly Top 40, easy listening, and adult contemporary. While their popularity declined during the latter half of the ’70s, they remained one of the most distinctive and recognizable acts of the decade produced

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