Sometimes, we all just need to take a break.
Re-adjust, re-prioritize and steer back to right track.
But don’t ever forget to start again.
I was one of those who only heard of this song when I recently saw the viral video – Coffin Dance.
It is quite interesting (if it is true) to such funky dance.
Tried to Google to see if there really is such dance for funeral, but can’t seems to find any.
So I doubt it’s a funeral customary.
Perhaps it was done for some other reason.
Looking at how easily they move around carrying the coffin, it doesn’t seems to suggest there are anyone in the coffin.
Then again I may be wrong.
While the Coffin Dance itself storm the world, it is even more interesting to me that this song was so long ago.
I thought it was a pretty new song.
To my surprise, this song was a decade old.
Where have I been ?
And the MV still look so good and futuristic.
I listened to a few rendition or remix version, and seems the one I like most is mix by Vicetone & Tony Igy.
Check them out below:
I recently echo the same thoughts about trust and doubt.
The moment sang the opening line, I melted.
When he address his 兄弟 , I could felt the closeness, the brotherhood and the strong bond.
While I admire the brotherhood feel in this song, but I also felt sad at the same time.
Who still believes and stick to their brothers?
Where are the loyalty? Where are the trust?
Got introduced to this song after I watched clips on a reality interview show of Elva Hsiao.
The media of course sensationalised some of her words in an interview like “I’ve dated over 100 men”.
And of course many gave her nasty and horrible nickname since most of the men she is known to date were younger than her.
Well, in a lot of ways I envy and admire her. For her courage – to embrace what may come her way, her honesty – at least she is honest to herself and her feelings, and of course her confidence.
Hope she really doesn’t care what others have to say and just be herself and stay happy.
Always two sides to everything.
The more you love, the more it hurts.
The happier you are, the sadder it becomes.
A remember a line in the movies I watch back then.
It says, pain is not when you have not loved or found someone you love.
Pain is when you found love, and lost it along the way.
While I didn’t watch the drama – Memories of Alhambra, this song manage to reach to me.
Unlike many other K-drama OST that are more on a romantic tune, I find this interesting as it includes a more mystical and magical tune.
It gives me a little hope, just like when I am looking up the sky staring at the bright star wondering what made them glow, and what made everyone hanging all their wishes on them.
Has been following and watching TVB’s new drama, Another Era.
It was promoted as Part 2 of the famous Threshold of an Era, which was one of the more popular TVB series back in the 90’s.
I quite like the opening theme song, performed by Pakho – Utopia.
Probably because there are a couple of lyrics which I personally resonates to – “如懷疑別愛我” and “還猶豫別信我”.
I really hate it when that people you care about are dubious and hesitant.
If you hesitate then don’t trust me. If your don’t trust and doubt me then just don’t pretend you do.
“如平凡別愛我 這樣偏執的我 懇請你想清楚” – I am really not an ordinary person. Please stay away.