There’s been this song I kept hearing on the radio that I liked but didn’t know who it was by. It always seemed to play when there was nobody I could ask about who it was. Yesterday I finally solved the mystery. I stopped by Rose Music on Zhongxiao East Rd. near Sogo and visited their listening stations. For some reason nobody thinks about putting the “top 20” CDs into listening stations. It’s always crap like “Mountain Love Instrumental Music As Played On The Zitar” instead. I guess they figure if the CD is on the top 20 list that they don’t need to bother promoting it further. Anyhow, Rose actually had a few listening stations with, you know, popular stuff in them so I was able to track down the song I was after which is æ¹˜å—æµ·é·— (Hunan Seagull) by å—æ‹³åª½åª½ (Southern Fist Mama) on their album è—å¯¶åœ– (Treasure Map) of which I promptly bought a copy.
The lyrics are kinda cheesy, for example part of the chorus is “æˆ‘å€‘æ‰‹æ¡ç·Šå› ç‚ºæ°´å¾ˆå†°” (We hold hands because the water’s very cold) but the music is good and Lara sounds cute. There are a few other tracks on the CD that have potential, and the set also includes a DVD with five music videos, so it’s a pretty good deal.