Father's Day wasn't something that was in my lexicon for the longest time when I was young. These days it carries a little more weight, though it's not official celebrated.
There are two songs that remind me of dads in general. 1 in English, 1 in Chinese.
This song is in the perspective of a father giving his son some advice.
I actually heard it first in Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2, at the end.
Guardians Vol. 2 deals with family and what it means to be family. Lindsay Ellis has a great video essay here.
I couldn't really focus at the song at the end with my initial viewing, but the scene with the song was always very moving. As with the original soundtrack, I bought it and started listening to it.
Then again, this song never really got to me until more recently, after I talked more with my dad.
I think it's always going to be a complex relationship with fathers, be it the ones that are present, or the ones that aren't there.
“How can I try to explain?
'Cause when I do, he turns away again
It's always been the same, same old story
From the moment I could talk, I was ordered to listen
Now there's a way and I know that I have to go away
I know, I have to go”
有幸运的 成为知己 有不幸的 只能是甲乙”
“Reminiscing is actually not the theme of this song
I believe it's not just me that find recollections draining
Between two men, it's extremely likely that the only thing you share is that you look alike
Lucky ones become confidants, unlucky ones are mere passersby”
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