One night in BeiJing – music video

A song from rock band SHIN that pays homage to Chinese Opera and has become quite famous. Sung here by Angela.

My translation of the key verse :

I don't care where you came from

I don't know if you'll return

But with you in my arms now

Gonna hold you

Just as long as I can

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