My Unspoken Sentiment

As i was getting ready to sleep, i heard a familiar song from a television show being watched by my brother. I had a hard time figuring out that tune since it was sung in Korean language. Yah, it’s Korean since that show was from Korea, and the show was entitled Spring Waltz (not a huge fan of it though, i just accidentally heard the song ^_^). Finally I was able to realize what the song was ‘coz the melody just kept ringin’ in my head.. It’s a song from Bread entitled Lost Without Your Love (just the right tune to match up my mood.. >_<) Anyways, I find the song really nice, that’s why I’m posting it here along with the Korean version of it. Just too bad, I wasn’t able to find a sound clip for the English version, but hey, the Korean version is still nice, so just check it out.. ^_^

 

Lost Without Your Love

-bread-

Lost and all alone
I always thought that I could make it on my own
Since you left I hardly make it through the day
My tears get in the way
And I need you back to stay

I wander through the night
And search the world to find
the words to make it right
All I want is just the way it used to be
With you here close to me
I’ve got to make you see

That I’m lost without your love
Life without you isn’t worth the trouble of
I’m as helpless as a ship without a wheel
A touch without a feel
I can’t believe it’s real…

And someday soon I’ll wake
And find my heart won’t have to break

Yes I’m lost without your love
Life without you isn’t worth the trouble of
All I want is just the way it used to be
I need you here with me
Oh h0ney can’t you see…
If we had love before
We can have it back once more

 

Lost Without Your Love – Korean Version

-S jin-

narul midoyo / unmyongun urol sogiji a-nhayo
kasume sangchogan namji-anh-torok
nae so-neul chabayo / ta nugyo jul-kkeyo

gasume twineyo / hangsang twi-ye-isso mollannapwayo
kilgo gin tonorul chinal-chu-mi-myon
na kobae-khal-lae-yo nol saranhandago

nae-gen sulpun kyo-uri
norul mannandwi gumchorom sarajyo
nayegedo pomi aju chonchoni
nae kasumsoguro sumyodul-go-isso
ma-ume saeng-gyotdon sarange kiyogul jul-kke

nae-gen sulpun kyo-uri
norul mannandwi gumchorom sarajyo
nayegedo pomi aju chonchoni
nae kasumsoguro sumyodul-go-isso
ma-ume saeng-gyotdon sarange kiyogul jul-kke

modun-gol dajulkke
ne gyote issul-kke midoyo…

Listen to the music here:

 
Spring Waltz – Sji…
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