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I heard this song again the other day and instantly remembered the tear filled goodbye from Tan Son Nhut on Valentines day 2004 (what a day to have to leave your em oi.)

If someone could translate these lyrics, I'd like to try and learn them so I can sing this song to my Vo. I can play the tune on the piano, just need the lyrics in proper vietnamese form. THANKS to anyone who can help.

All my bags are packed

Im ready to go

Im standin¡¯ here outside your door

I hate to wake you up to say goodbye

But the dawn is breaking¯

It's early morn(ing)

The taxis waitin¡g¯

He's blowing his horn

Already Im so lonesome

I could die

So kiss me and smile for me

Tell me that you'll wait for me

Hold me like you'll never let me go

(be)Cause I'm leaving¯ on a jet plane

Don¡¯t know when I'll be back again

Oh babe, I hate to go

There's so many times I've let you down

So many times I've played around

I tell you now, they don't mean a thing

Every place I go, I'll think of you

Every song I sing, I'll sing for you

When I come back, I'll bring your wedding ring

So kiss me and smile for me

Tell me that you'll wait for me

Hold me like you'll never let me go

(be)Cause I'm leaving¯ on a jet plane

Don't know when I'll be back again

Oh babe, I hate to go

Now the time has come to leave you

One more time

Let me kiss you

Then close your eyes

I'll be on my way

Dream about the days to come

When I won't have to leave alone

About the times, I won't have to say

Oh, kiss me and smile for me

Tell me that you'll wait for me

Hold me like you'll never let me go

(be)Cause I'm leaving on a jet plane

Don't know when I'll be back again

Oh babe, I hate to go

But, I'm leaving on a jet plane

Don't know when I'll be back again

Oh babe, I hate to go


GARY va YEN

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***USA*** AND VIETNAM

Link to our webpage: Click HERE

A short timeline:

October 2003, Introduced to YEN by her cousin whom I work with. We like each other etc etc etc..and so on

February 3, 2004, I go to Vietnam to meet her. Things go well so on

February 9, 2004, we get engaged and have the big ceremony and then on

February 14, 2004, I get back on the plane and come home. By about the middle of May I have everything ready to send in to USCIS for the I-29 and on

May 18, 2004 the Nebraska service center recieves the petition. And on

August 28, 2004 I recieve approval notice from NSC. On

October 18, 2004, Yen recieves Packet 3, fills it out, turns it in and on

December 13, 2004 Yen recieves Packet 4, she takes care of it, does the medical etc etc and the interview is scheduled for

January 4, 2005. Yen arrives for her interview and FAILS! So I call and find out what went wrong and they require additional evidence including a 5 minute video of me speaking vietnamese, a tax document that was already in the file, and some letters from me about how and when we met, when and where the engagement was, things we have in common and how our relationship progressed. So on

February 25, 2005 I go back to Vietnam to visit my em oi and on

March 2, 2005 she and I go to the consulate to give them the Video etc. They tell us to expect to wait another 2-6 months. I decide on

March 10, 2005 to give the consulate copies of my airplane tickets, visa and ticket stubs for Yen and I's trip to Phu Quoc. Unexpectedly on

March 23, I get an email from the consulate telling me that our case is APPROVED! So on or about

April 25, 2005 Yen arrives in Kansas City, MO, USA!

Now going through the rest of the process here.

LIFE IS GOOD!

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Hello there,

I haven't heard this song before, however i still want to give myself a try to translate it into Vietnamese in my ability for you. Try to sing this to your wife, i think she would be so surprised for this.

Lan&Mike

And here is the vietnamese lyric song.

Hành lý đã được chuẩn bị

Và anh sẵn sàng rời bước

Giờ đây anh đang đứng bên ngoài cánh cửa

Và anh thật sự không muốn đánh thức em dậy để nói lời tạm biệt

Bình minh đang hé sáng

Đó là vào một buổi sáng sớm

Ngoài kia là chiếc xe ta-xi đang đợi

Anh ta đang nhấn còi

Anh cảm thấy buồn vì phải rời xa em.

Chorus:

Hãy hôn anh đi và mỉm cười với anh, em nhé.

Hãy hứa với anh rằng em sẽ đợi anh, em nhé.

Hãy ôm anh như chưa từng muốn anh đi.

Anh sắp phải rời khỏi nơi đây, rời xa em

Cũng chẳng biết khi nào anh sẽ quay lại

Ôi cưng ơi, anh ghét phải rời xa em.

Đã có những lúc anh làm em buồn

Cũng có những lúc anh không thành thật

Nhưng em ơi, tất cả những thứ đó không có nghĩa gì hết

Mỗi một nơi anh đến, anh đều nhớ đến em,

Cứ mỗi bài hát anh hát, đều dành cho em

Và khi anh trở lại, anh sẽ hỏi cưới em.

Repeat (Chorus)

Đã đến lúc anh phải đi rồi,

Một lần nữa

Hãy để anh hôn em

Hãy nhắm mắt lại cưng ơi,

Anh sẽ phải đi một mình,

Hãy mơ về những ngày sắp đến

Khi mà anh sẽ không phải đi một mình nữa,

Những lần mà anh sẽ không phải nói…

(Chorus)


I am nothing without GOD

Thanks to my GOD for helping me find him - my love!!!

LAN & MIKE forever and ever

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THANKS SO MUCH! CAM ON NHIEU LAM


GARY va YEN

us-flag1-ss.gif..... vn_sud-flag1-ss.gif

***USA*** AND VIETNAM

Link to our webpage: Click HERE

A short timeline:

October 2003, Introduced to YEN by her cousin whom I work with. We like each other etc etc etc..and so on

February 3, 2004, I go to Vietnam to meet her. Things go well so on

February 9, 2004, we get engaged and have the big ceremony and then on

February 14, 2004, I get back on the plane and come home. By about the middle of May I have everything ready to send in to USCIS for the I-29 and on

May 18, 2004 the Nebraska service center recieves the petition. And on

August 28, 2004 I recieve approval notice from NSC. On

October 18, 2004, Yen recieves Packet 3, fills it out, turns it in and on

December 13, 2004 Yen recieves Packet 4, she takes care of it, does the medical etc etc and the interview is scheduled for

January 4, 2005. Yen arrives for her interview and FAILS! So I call and find out what went wrong and they require additional evidence including a 5 minute video of me speaking vietnamese, a tax document that was already in the file, and some letters from me about how and when we met, when and where the engagement was, things we have in common and how our relationship progressed. So on

February 25, 2005 I go back to Vietnam to visit my em oi and on

March 2, 2005 she and I go to the consulate to give them the Video etc. They tell us to expect to wait another 2-6 months. I decide on

March 10, 2005 to give the consulate copies of my airplane tickets, visa and ticket stubs for Yen and I's trip to Phu Quoc. Unexpectedly on

March 23, I get an email from the consulate telling me that our case is APPROVED! So on or about

April 25, 2005 Yen arrives in Kansas City, MO, USA!

Now going through the rest of the process here.

LIFE IS GOOD!

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Zerovoltz and Lan,

This is also our song! Still gives me a chill each time I hear it.... remember when we put it on "repeat" mode on the IPOD hahahaha and cry our heart out.... Very good job on the translation!

Brings back a lot of memories.

Thanks,

chuck and kim


"You always get what you've always gotten if you always do what you always did."

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