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Bilingual Song--0033: 2008 Olympic Theme Song by Liu Huan & Sarah Brightman: "Ni He Wo -- You and Me" in English & Chinese

Listen to Liu Huan & Sarah Brightman Singing the Song, August 8, 2008


Instead of singing a Chinese song for you myself, this weekend I would like to present you with the 2008 Olympic Theme Song by the Chinese pop musician Liu Huan and a British musician Sarah Brightman.

I do enjoy its lyrics and rhythm. I also think the Chinese lyrics are easy to read and to remember. So, I have added the Chinese pronunciation for the lyrics for you. I really hope that this will be of some help to you in learning Chinese and in knowing more about Chinese culture.


MAIN MEANING OF THE SONG

You and Me

By Chen Qigang
     
You and me,
from one world.
Heart to heart,
We are one family.
For dreams we travel,
Thousands of miles,
We meet in Beijing.

Come together
The joy we share
You and me,
From one world.
Forever,
we are one family.

Listen to Liu Huan & Sarah Brightman Singing the Song
CHINESE CHARACTER AND PRONUNCIATION

-- Wo He Ni

钢 -- Chen Qigang

-- Wo he ni,
-- xin lian xin,
地球 -- Tong zhu diqiu zen。
梦想 -- Wei mengxiang,
千里 -- qianli xing ,
会在北京 -- xianghui zai Beijing。

吧 -- Laiba!
-- pengyou,
-- shenchu ni de shou。
-- Wo he ni,
-- xin lian xin,
-- youyuan zai yiqi。

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please write to shirley@ebridge.cn, or shirleyz004@yahoo.com, You are welcome to publish your opinions in Forum For Friends. :-)   

--Shirley Zhang
Edited on Sun, August 10th, 2008.