Ze­bra Ze­bra


Special Focus - - Contents - James & Kay Henry 罗杰明 罗谢伊

Ze­bra Ze­bra don’t go to sleep, let me see your bro­ken tail again. I’m not try­ing to touch your wounds,

I just want to flip your hair. Ze­bra ze­bra you’re back home and I’m wast­ing my cold time. Your rich city life has no open door, even­tu­ally I’ll have to be on the road.

Ze­bra ze­bra you come from the south of red, is it a beau­ti­ful story?

If the ac­tor next to you can’t stay, who will lay next to you till the sun comes?

Ze­bra ze­bra do you still re­mem­ber me?

I’m the fool who sings.

Ze­bra ze­bra go to sleep,

I’ll carry my gui­tar and leave north. Ze­bra ze­bra re­mem­ber me,

I’m the child who talks sad­ness Ze­bra ze­bra go to sleep,

I’ll carry your grass to the home­town.

—Song Dongye, “Ze­bra Ze­bra”

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