Why I Like You Lyric Essay

779 words - 4 pages

TV를 켜면 들리는 세상 얘기들은 어깨를 처지게 우울하게 해도
오늘 아침 그대 아주 맑은 목소리는 I do I do I do yeah-

날 완벽하게, 내가 살아가게, 나를 웃게 하는 단 하나의 이유 yeah-
그대가 있다는 것 yeah-

*그대가 그대가 난 그대가 “사랑해 사랑해 널 사랑해” 라고 말할 때 나를 믿게 돼
그대가 그대가 난 그대가 가만히 가만히 내 눈을 보며 웃을 때 나도 웃게 돼 니가 좋은 이유

많고 많은 사람들 나를 몰라줘도 어깨를 쫙 펴게 더 자신있게 해줄
나의 단 한 사람 사랑하는 내 사람 My U My U My U yeah-

처음보다 좀더, 어제보다 좀더, 오늘은 더 그대를 더 사랑하게 된 이유 girl-
우리 둘의 비밀 yeah-

*그대가 그대가 난 그대가 “사랑해 사랑해 널 사랑해” 라고 말할 때 나를 믿게 돼
그대가 그대가 난 그대가 내옆에 내옆에 다가와 내게 기댈 때 힘을 얻게 돼

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the reason that i've come to love you even more today, girl~
our little secret, yeah~

you you, to me, when you say "love you love you, i love you" you make me believe
you you, to me, when you come beside me beside me and lean on me, i gain strength

your gentle smile, your sexy eyes, your weird words that are sometimes unpredictable like the weather, yeah~
just as you are, without having to fix anything, the person that is so lovable to me is you, that person is you, yeah~

you you, when you say "love you love you, i love you" you make me believe
you you, when you silently silently look into my eyes and laugh you make me laugh
the reasons why i like you

you you, to me, when you say "love you love you, i love you" you make me believe
you you, to me, when you come beside me beside me and lean on me, i gain strength
the reasons why i like you


Vietnamese Translation

Credit to Butterfly13@s-u-j-u.net

Dù khi mở TV
những câu chuyện trên thế giới này khiến anh mệt mỏi và chán nản
Nhưng giọng nói trong trẻo của em sáng nay.. I do I do I do yeah-
Điều khiến anh hoàn hảo, khiến anh có thể sống tiếp, khiến anh có thể tiếp tục cười
là có em ở bên...

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