Love In B.C.


Translation/pinyin/lyrics by Ho@multistars.com

Love In B.C.

Composer: Jay Chou (周杰倫) (周杰伦)
Lyricist: Vincent Fang (方文山) (方文山)


Ancient Babylon king promulgates the code of Hammurabi
Carved on a large dark black rock of Xuan Wu
From now already 3,700 years ago
You are in front of the display window
Gazing at wording on the inscription
But I am quietly at your side admiring your face that I love deeply
Worshiper
Temple of God
Going on an expedition
Bow and arrow
It is who's past?
Like in the middle of the tide of people you only belong to my frame
Go pass Sumar Goddess' side
I made a wish in the Goddess' name
Recalling like the Tigris' kind of flooding
When the ancient civilization only left a hard to explain language
The legend then becomes immortal poems
The love I gave you was written in B.C.
Deeply buried in the Mesopotamian plains
After a few ten centuries it is unearthed and discovered
The handwriting on the mud board is still clearly visible
The love I gave you was written in B.C.
Deeply buried in the Mesopotamian plains
Use sphenogram carve down forever
The thousand-year oath that has already efflorescence
Everything is once again replaying
I am feeling very tired, still very far away from hometown
I am scared that I will not be able to go back to your side
Love in B.C.
Love in B.C.