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CD Gary Laowai

Kua Fu Zui Ri (Gerhard Staudinger / Chen Yu Xin)

Kua Fu - a legendary figure, a giant who could run as fast as a flying arrow. He rushed after the sun to fight the devastating drought that lay over the land and had almost caught up with it when he was overcome with incredible thirst from the scorching heat. First he throws himself on the Huang He - the yellow river - and drinks it up, then on the Wei He - he also drinks it empty! In the end he still fails, dying of thirst, because of his steadfastness ...



Kua Fu chases the sun
I crouch in the dark
must look to the sun
I'm lying in the cold
must look to the sun

Reign of darkness
insatiable black
It's bitterly cold
endlessly cold

Day after day of the sun run
Never stops
in the west under in the east
until the hair turns gray

The skin is tanned brown
the sun burns me up
I drank two rivers
I stumble in the course of the sun

As bright as the brightest day
and yet not bright enough
hot like the hottest day
and yet not hot enough

The sun runs in front of me
and never stops
in the east on in the west under
I'll follow to the end of the world
夸父追日

我 蹲在 黑暗 中
还要 瞧 日头
我 躺在 寒冷 中
还要 瞧 日头
黑 呼呼 地 黑
黑 得 难受
冷 嗖 嗖 地 冷
冷得 太久

日头 日头 天上 过
你 总 也不 停留
东方 升 西方 落
我 瞧 你 瞧得 白 了 头
喔 ...

我 晒 出 古铜色
还要 瞧 日头
我 喝干 两 河水
还要 追 日头
亮 当 当地 亮
亮 得不 透
热烘烘 地 热
热 得 不够

日头 日头 前面 跑
你 总 也不 停留
东方 来 西方 去
我 追 你 追到 路 尽头
喔 ...
Kua Fu Zhui Ri

Where dun zai hei an zhong
Hai yao qiao ri tou
Wo suo zai han leng zhong
Hai yao qiao ri tou

Hey hu hu di hey
Hei de nan shou
Leng sou sou di leng
Leng de tai jiu

Ri tou ri tou tian shang guo
Ni cong ye bu ting liu
Dong fang shen xi fang luo
Where qiao ni qiao de bai le tou

Wo shai chu gu tong si
Hai yao zhui ri tou
Wo he gang liang he shui
Hai yao zhui ri tou

Liang tang tang di liang
Liang de bu tou
Ri hong hong di ri
Ri de bu gou

Ri tou ri tou qian mian pao
Ni cong ye bu ting liu
Dong fang lai xi fang qu
Wo zhui ni zhui dao lu jing tou