A Tribute To Trinh Cong Son

Nhu Mot Loi Chia Xa (Like The Word Good-bye) is my special dedication to a legendary songwriter with more than 600 songs under his credit. While singers produce albums to remember him, I create this Flash piece to pay my respect to the man who had inspired me with his music.

“Nhu Mot Loi Chia Tay” is performed by Tuan Ngoc from his 10 Tinh Khuc Trinh Cong Son album. With Tuan Ngoc’s amazing voice and Duy Cuong’s incredible musical arrangement, “Nhu Mot Loi Chia Tay” is perfect for this tribute. This is my word of goodbye to Trinh Cong Son. I hope you will enjoy it and always remember his name.

For those interested in the meaning of the lyrics, I have found an English translation by Nguyen Vu Thanh.

Like The Word Good-bye (I only used the second half of the song)

Want a time to thank the life
which gives me passion.
Several times lie down, hear laughs
but it’s just dreaming.

Love’s like light, quickly sets at evening
love’s not far but not really near.
Love’s like rock with an endless longing
love is vague, why are we sad

Recalling every night’s whispering
it seems like drunkenness.
A yellow thin flower’s on the horizon
like the word good-bye.

There’s a rose of olden days
dropping next to my life.
A dash of love shoots like a breeze
suddenly I recognize me.

Recalling every night’s whispering
it seems like drunkenness.
A yellow thin flower’s on the horizon
like the word good-bye.

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