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Thursday, June 14, 2012

"Insensate Stone" - Raymond Lam

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頑石 - 林峯

作曲: Christopher Chak
填詞: 林夕

你 那一對大眼睛
這麼多眼淚任領 領不到我的情
難道你 愛得夠固執
所以便哭得破他 那萬里長城

*没錯 吻可以融化冰
他偏偏拒絶被吻 怕比你更堅定
誰又信 愛得夠殘忍可乞到他反應
能令他委曲轉性

有些血肉 是你不堪擁抱
有些鐵石 亦非為你鑄造
其實這種愛 他知道
而你不感到 是他肯送也送不到

為誰愚鈍為誰瘋 不只你一個瘋
對著頑石扮情種 但他不會被移動
你知他愛什麼不愛什麼一眼便猜中
通透豁達成熟你為了他卻不懂變通
你是頑石未知痛 痛苦化做笑容 
卻望頑石被擊痛 為你流淚的我懂
他怕什麼我又只盼什麼得你未肯信
他身軀比化石更硬你忍痛都想抱擁
就如望夫山 沉重 (換來第三者 沉重)*

Repeat *

為誰愚鈍為誰瘋 對著頑石扮情種
你知他愛什麼不愛什麼一眼便猜中
通透豁達成熟你為了他卻不懂變通
你是頑石未知痛 痛苦化做笑容
卻望頑石被擊痛 為你流淚的我懂
他怕什麼我又只盼什麼得你未肯信
他身軀比化石更硬你忍痛都想抱擁
就如望夫山 沉重

哭崩天空的你未融掉他先己被風化
當然不知我亦變造頑石愛得比你蠢
開始不懂感受痛

Personal Note: Can definitely tell that this song is a Christopher Chak composition...it sounds like Eason Chan's "Under Mount Fuji" and Kay Tse's "Zhong Wu Yan".

*Credits to www.raymondforest.com

3 comments:

  1. Christopher Chak's composition hasn't been as great compared to when he first got known through "Mount Fuji". The last good songs he wrote were Hins Cheung's 不吐不快 and Eric Suen's 自愛. After that everything just sounds too bland or the same.

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    1. I also like Eason's 一絲不掛. It also doesn't sound like Christopher Chak's typical compositions.

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  2. It's actually nice after repeating a few times

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