November 26, 2004

Remember what I said about giving Singaporean artistes a chance? I think I've been proven right. This song from Tanya Chua really encompasses every feeling and emotion you'd expect to feel in a bittersweet parting from a relationship. Listening to the song, you'd be hard pressed not to reminisce a time where the exact same thing happened to you. Beautiful song, and by a Singaporean.

Tanya Chua - I'll Remember You

Sorry wasn't good enough
A song without meter and rhyme
A long forgotten promise
I recalled I made to you
A candle flame dies in the wind
It looks like it's about to rain, about to rain

Spirals from your cigarette
Your sweet cologne on my pillow
Messages you left me still sing like some lullaby
Pretty pictures on the wall
Hopes in us will rise & fall, rise & fall

And in the rain
In summer days too
When the willow tree weeps too
Under the street light so bright
I'll remember you everyday

The plane leaves in an hour's time
Hold me till our last goodbye
Silence is the only sound
No words can speak it through
I'll breathe your breath for one last time
You'll be strong and so will I, so will I

And in the rain
In summer days too
When the willow tree weeps too
Under the street light so bright
I'll remember you
I'll remember you
I'll remember you
Everyday

Beautiful, just mesmerizing. Time to start looking for the chords to this.


Traveller fell apart at 12:55 PM


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