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Cantonese Boy

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  1. Lyrics to 'Cantonese Boy' by Japan. We're pushing through these farming towns We worked hard ploughing over ground Red army calls you the call of the crowd Red army needs you they call you now.
  2. Cantonese boy Civilian soldier Cantonese boy Bang your tin drum Cantonese boy Red army calls you home Red army calls you Red army needs you Gentlemen you heard us call Raised your glass and called for more Only young men broke the wall Submit Corrections. Writer(s): D. Sylvian. AZLyrics. J. Japan Lyrics.
  3. boy translation in English-Cantonese dictionary. Showing page 1. Found 23 sentences matching phrase "boy".Found in 3 ms. Translation memories are created by .
  4. Nov 13,  · Cantonese Boy Lyrics: We're pushing through these farming towns / We've worked hard ploughing over ground / Red army calls you, the call of the crowd / .
  5. Cantonese Boy Mixed By – Steve Nye Producer [Produced By] – Japan, Steve Nye: B: Burning Bridges: C: Gentlemen Take Polaroids Engineer [Engineered By] – Nigel Walker, Steve Prestage: D: The Experience Of Swimming Engineer [Engineered By] – Nigel Walker, Steve Prestage Written-By – R. Barbieri* /5(68).
  6. Lyrically, the songs include notions of romance, melancholia, travel and escape, and particulary David Sylvian's fascination for Eastern culture, which at times ("Visions of China", "Cantonese Boy") has a satirical undercurrent. "Ghosts" was Sylvian's most personal lyric to date, expressing notions of self-doubt, ambiguity, regret and hope.
  7. The track that rounded off TIN DRUM, CANTONESE BOY continued the fusion of eastern elements and further developed the album’s focus on political and cultural order within China. When Sylvian spoke of the Red Army calling the Cantonese boy who played on the tin drum, he directed us to the impact decisions had in China: deciding between the.
  8. I'm liking this Cantonese Boy Cantonese Boy. Take me on a date to Chinatown LA Take me to TSIM SAI TSUY and Causeway Bay I really want to come kick it with you You'll be my Cantonese Boy. Lalalala. Let's celebrate this weekend, it's Chinese New Year. We can get red envelopes from our relatives here. Let's get in my Honda. Cruise around the hood.

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