Where Have All the Flowers Gone?


Sung by Pete Seeger

http://resource.tcc.edu.tw/resdata/1057/kingston%20trio%20-%20where%20have%20all%20the%20flowers%20gone.mp3
Sung by the Kingston Trio

http://61.70.113.72:200/music/PPM-WhereHaveAllTheFlowers%20Gone.mp3
Sung by Peter, Paul, and Mary

Where Have All the Flowers Gone
Music by Pete Seeger
Lyrics by Pete Seeger
1962

Where have all the flow-ers gone? /
Long time pa-a-ssing /
Where have all the flow-ers gone? /
Long time a-go /
Where have all the flow-ers gone? /
Girls have picked them eve-ry one /
When will they e-ver learn? /
When will they e-ver-er learn? /

[ ]

Where have all the young girls gone? /
Long time pa-a-ssing /
Where have all the young girls gone? /
Long time a-go /
Where have all the young girls gone? /
Taken hus-bands eve-ry one /
When will they e-ver learn? /
When will they e-ver-er learn? /

[ ]

Where have all the young men gone? /
Long time pa-a-ssing /
Where have all the young men gone? /
Long time a-go /
Where have all the young men gone? /
Gone for sol-diers eve-ry one /
When will they e-ver learn? /
When will they e-e-ver learn? /

[ ]

Where have all the sol-diers gone? /
Long time pa-a-ssing /
Where have all the sol-diers gone? /
Long time a-go /
Where have all the sol-diers gone? /
Gone to grave-yards eve-ry one /
When will they e-ver learn? /
When will they e-ver-er learn? /

[ ]

Where have all the grave-yards gone? /
Long time pa-a-ssing /
Where have all the grave-yards gone? /
Long time a-go /
Where have all the grave-yards gone? /
Co-vered with flow-ers eve-ry one /
When will we e-ver learn? /
When will we e-ver-er learn?

Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
English Lyrics and Chinese Translation
花兒都去向何方
歌詞中英對照

Where have all the flowers gone
花兒都去向何方
Long time passing
長久以來
Where have all the flowers gone
花兒都去向何方
Long time ago
長久以往
Where have all the flowers gone
花兒都去向何方
Girls have picked them everyone
少女們將它們一一摘去
When will they ever learn?
幾時他們才會學乖
When will they ever learn?
幾時他們才會學乖

Where have all the young girls gone
少女們都去向何方
Long time passing
長久以來
Where have all the young girls gone
少女們都去向何方
Long time ago
長久以往
Where have all the young girls gone
少女們都去向何方
Taken husbands everyone
一一去向年輕漢的身旁
When will they ever learn?
幾時他們才會學乖
When will they ever learn?
幾時他們才會學乖

Where have all the young men gone
年輕漢們都去向何方
Long time passing
長久以來
Where have all the young men gone
年輕漢們都去向何方
Long time ago
長久以往
Where have all the young men gone
年輕漢們都去向何方
Gone to soldiers everyone
一一都成了阿兵哥
When will they ever learn?
幾時他們才會學乖
When will they ever learn?
幾時他們才會學乖

Where have all the soldiers gone
阿兵哥們都去向何方
Long time passing
長久以來
Where have all the soldiers gone
阿兵哥們都去向何方
Long time ago
長久以往
Where have all the soldiers gone
阿兵哥們都去向何方
Gone to graveyards everyone
一一都長眠墓園裡
When will they ever learn?
幾時他們才會學乖
When will they ever learn?
幾時他們才會學乖

Where have all the graveyards gone
墓園都去向何方
Long time passing
長久以來
Where have all the graveyards gone
墓園都去向何方
Long time ago
長久以往
Where have all the graveyards gone
墓園都去向何方
Covered in flowers everyone
一一都淹沒在花叢裡
When will we ever learn?
幾時我他們才會學乖
When will we ever learn?
幾時我們才會學乖

On the Road to Mandalay


Sung by Lawrence Tibbett

Sung by Lawrence Tibbett

Sung by Leonard Warren

http://www.victorianweb.org/mt/parlorsongs/15.html
Sung by Derek B. Scott


Moulmein Pagoda

On the Road to Mandalay
Lyrics by Rudyard Kipling
Music by Oley Speaks
1907

By the old Moul-mein Pa-go-da / loo-kin’ east-war-ards / to the sea /
There’s a Bur-ma girl a-set-tin’ / and I know she thinks of me /
For the wind is in the palm trees / and the tem-ple bells they say /
Come you back / you Bri-tish sol-dier / come you back to Man-da-lay /

Come you / back to Man-da-lay /
Where the old Flo-til-la lay /
Can’t you hear their pad-dles chun-kin’ / from Ran-goon to Man-da-lay? /

On the road to Man-da-la-ay /
Where the fly-in’ fi-shes play /
And the dawn comes up like thun-der / out of Chi-na ‘cro-ost the bay /

Ship me some-wheres east of Suez / where the best is like the worst /
Where there aren’t no Ten Com-mand-ments / and a man can raise a thirst /
For the tem-ple bells are cal-lin’ / and it’s there that I would be /
By the old Moul-mein Pa-go-da / loo-kin’ la-zy at the sea /

Come you back to Man-da-lay /
Where the old Flo-til-la lay /
Can’t you hear their pad-dles chun-kin’ / from Ran-goon to Man-da-lay? /

On the road to Man-da-la-ay /
Where the fly-in’ fi-shes play /
And the dawn comes up like thun-der / out of Chi-na ‘cro-ost the bay!

Score:
https://urresearch.rochester.edu/handle/1802/1935

If I Loved You


Sung by Iva Withers and Stephen Douglass, 1945

Sung by Shirley Jones and Gordon MacRae, 1956

Sung by Renee Fleming and Dwayne Croft

If I Loved You
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein
From the Broadway Musical “Carousel”
1945

If I / lov-ed you /
time and a-gain / I would try to say /
all I want you to know /

If I lov-ed you /
words would-n’t come / in an ea-sy way /
round in cir-cles / I’d go /

long-ing to tell you / but a-fraid and shy /
I’d let my gol-den chan-ces / pass me by /

Soon you’d leave me /
Off you would go / in the mist of day /
ne-ver / ne-ver to know /
how I lov-ed you / if I lov-ed you!

吴澧:假如我爱上了你
http://www.caobian.info/?p=6039

假如我愛上了你,     
我想時時傾吐       
所有你該知道的;     
假如我愛上了你,     
我也有心難訴。

繞了一圈又一圈。
真想告訴你,       
奈何羞又怕,       
珍貴好機會,就此流失啦。 

然后你也走了,
走入細細晨霧,
永遠、永遠不知道
我有多麼愛你
假如我愛上了你。

Ol’ Man River


Ol’ Man River, sung by William Warfield, American bass
This is it. The definitive version. Better than Paul Robeson’s

Ol’ Man River, sung by Jerome Hines, American bass

Ol’ Man River, sung by Jerome Hines, American bass

Ol’ Man River
Music by Jerome Kern
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein
From the Broadway musical “Showboat”
1927

There’s an old man / called the Mis-sis-sip-pi /
That’s the old man / that I want to be /
What does he care / if the world’s got trou-bles? /
What does he care / if the land ain’t free? /

Old man ri-ver / that old man ri-ver /
He must know some-thing / but don’t say no-thing /
He just keeps roll-ing / he keeps on roll-ing a-long /

He don’t plant ta-ters / he don’t plant cot-ton /
And them that plants them / is soon for-gotten /
But old man ri-ver / he just keeps roll-ing a-long /

You and me / we sweat and strain /
body all ach-ing / and wracked with pain /
Tote that barge! / Lift that bale! /
Get a lit-tle drunk / and you land in jai-ail /

I gets wea-ry / and sick of try-ing /
I’m tired of liv-ing / and scared of dy-ing /
But old man ri-ver / he just keeps roll-ing a-a-a-long!

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