Searching back again for love, to light up colours for the story
In the midst of despair, repeatedly use heart to love someone
Previously resenting this love, haven’t fell in deep love yet, leaving already
Only after getting hurt, then you’ll find true love
in the ocean of people
Actually the thing I most desire yesterday
Don’t need to anticipate it, I can already gain much more
Can be relieved, close your eyes , as if no one can interfere
So ‘into’ this love, not care about the consequences
Facing other people, yet still chooses me.
So actually there still isnâ€™t, isnâ€™t anything outstanding
But Iâ€™m gentle, and this is what is worth having
I’m ordinary but at least I can quietly love for a long time.
But the enemy, can roam with me over the world
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The above is my own English lyric translation of the themesong (so please credit if repost) ! Of course, if there’s something I have misinterpreted, feel free to let me know and I’ll fix it up 🙂
The song is sung by Kenneth Ma in the perspective of his character “Sun Man Guan” (MK Sun). He mentions in the first part about “resenting this love” and I believe he was referring to his past experience with ex-girlfriend (Bobo’s mum). He was deeply hurt when she had left him, however, he was later able to find his true love, Lily (played by Ella Koon).
The last part he speaks of being an ordinary guy, there “isn’t anything outstanding” about him. Ella’s father looked down on him, and previously Ella did the same. He was not a wealthy guy and led a “lousy” life. Ella’s father felt he was not good enough for his daughter and couldn’t give her happiness. However, he wants to prove that he can, and his love for her was everlasting . He describes himself to be “gentle”, a down-to-earth type of guy.
The only part I found a bit confusing was “But the enemy, can roam with me over the world“. The only way that makes sense if he is referring Ella as his enemy lol (either reference to his relationship with her in the past, or metaphor as the two are the type of couple which argue and tease each other). Maybe I’ve misinterpreted the whole phrase altogether ^^;