Khánh Ly | composer & song writer: Trịnh Công Sơn - Biển Nhớ "Sea of Remembrance" (1962)

from Nhac Vang reimagined by Amelie Nguyen

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Tomorrow you'll go. The sea will call your name. Whistling the willow trees. White sands whisper your voice. Tomorrow you'll go. The mountains will remain. The stones count passing time, echoing your footsteps.

Tomorrow you'll go. The sea remembers your past. The waves will recall your soul. The wind will welcome rains. Tomorrow you'll go. Street lamps will dim their lights. Blue rain will weep softly. The ocean storm will come.

When you are here, it seems like music, in tune with nature, one love song they play.

Tomorrow you'll go. The sea will call your name. Foggy nights will have bad dreams. The sky lean on the hills. Tomorrow you'll go. The waves will hug green moss. The streets will cry rain tears. Grey clouds cover the town.

Tomorrow you'll go. The ocean will wonder, rainy day or summer time, when will you come back. Tomorrow you'll go. The town forgets to sleep. Spring time forgets to come. The wind will holler storm.

English lyrics written by : Mary MinhHằng Vesely


from Nhac Vang reimagined, released January 1, 2016
Remixed by: Gabsung Lim


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