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Chinese - Folk

Tiananmen
Artist(s): Haoyue Kuang

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Writer(s):
Haoyue Kuang (ASCAP) 50% / Matthias Hirt (BMI) 50%


Publisher(s):
Black Toast Music (BMI) 50% / Burnt Toast Music (ASCAP) 50%


Category:
World


Subcategories:
Chinese, Female Vocal, Folk, Instrumental, Traditional, World Asian


Keywords:
Asia, Asian, Authentic, Calm, China, Chinese, Ethnic, Exotic, Far East, Gate, Heaven, History, Memories, Pensive, Pleasant, Reflective, Remembering, Rural, Serene, Tiananmen Square


Similar Artists:
Jiang Zuhui, Lei Fang, Song Zuying, Tan Jin, Zhou Xuan


Instruments:
Dizi, Erhu, Guzheng


Tempos:
Medium/Midtempo


Time Signature:
4/4


BPM:
82


Language:
Chinese


Key:
B♭


Lyrics:
Tiananmen

天安门

春花烂漫踏青时
风清云淡映石栏
早来散步晚相闻
可曾去过天安门

夏夜蝉鸣月黄昏
暖风袭人意更浓
闲话乘凉旧时分
可曾去过天安门

秋风吹过红漫山
落叶归根雁自还
空叹岁月余几轮
莫教人混沌

春去秋来人已换
陈年往事悔亦晚
老树新芽尚未死
但愿莫忘少年丹心志

冬至大地白胜霜
落雪纷飞家暖床
探亲访友不忘问
可曾去过天安门
可曾去过天安门

ENGLISH:

Spring flower blooms, it's time to go outdoors.
Wind is gentle and clouds are light, reflected against the stone fences
Take a walk in the morning. In the evening you asked me,
"Have you been to Tiananmen?"

Summer night, the cicada sings, moon hangs over this lovely dusk
Warm wind hits you and brings out emotions
Sitting in a corner I the cool air and chatting about the old times, you asked me
"Have you been to Tiananmen?"

Autumn wind blows red color onto the mountains
Fallen leaves returned to the root, the wild geese return
Signing about how time flies
Don't let me spend it in a chaos

Season changes and people have changed as well
It's too late to have regrets about things past
The old tree is growing new branches, its heart not dead
I just hope I'll never forget about the dreams of my youth

Winter comes and the earth is whiter than powder
Snow flakes fly in the air, and the bed in our homes are warm
Visiting friends and relatives, you still remember to ask me
"Have you been to Tiananmen?"



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