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Track 6 Breaking Apart Riding my motorcycle leaving with you leisurely Unable to enter the top schools walking away without a smile Just slowly give me your hand and lay down the burden in your heart The rain drops slide down on both sides and divides my emotions Passing by the old mans house the bamboo doorframe now seems so high The tree I used to climb when did it become so small Its fine this way at least no one is noticing you and me Before the rain turns heavy we will become fragile and weak Chorus Since time has not discover us let me take you away Leaving no evidence leaving behind your meaningless life No matter what situation I will look over you Since time has not discover us let me take you away This is not stubbornness this is not escaping Its just that no one is helping you to walk away therefore this is happiness Track 7 Grandpas Tea The tea which Grandpa brews has a taste which reminds us of home The tea which Lu Yu brewed legend has it that neither fame nor power can buy it The tea which Grandpa brews has a taste which reminds us of home The tea which Lu Yu brewed is like a Chinese landscape painting The mountain spring flows beneath the ground from a long time ago I have a child-like face The spring water sees through the mineral layers That is on top of the camphor tree seed that grandpa is cultivating Just like that year on a rainy day That seven-year-old me hid in the attic But I had wanted to sit on the swing Grandpa was smoking and talking about the classics of the tea sage Lu Yu from the Tang dynasty Which was passed down through generations That day I searched through the dictionary To look for words that could describe something That was faraway and to
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