The Star Called The Sunshine by Victor Tsoi, English by Vesper Lynd

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White snow, grey ice

On the mud cracks of the ground decay

 

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Like a quilt is the city upon it

Stuck in the rope of the freeway

 

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Empty clouds all over the town

Overshadowing the light from the sky

 

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And the yellow smoke is coming down

On the town that’s two thousand years high

 

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That went on under the light of the star

Called the Sunshine

 

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Two thousand years – high at war

The war without any reason or the theme

 

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The war is the business of the young

 

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Ultimate cure of saggy skin

 

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Deep red,

Deep red blood

 

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Is simply the soil in an hour

 

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In two hours it has grass and flowers

 

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In three hours it bears the fruit of glory and the power

And it’s warmed up with the tender rays of the star

Called the Sunshine

 

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And forever since when it had begun

The cruel Fate loves the one who lives

 

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By the law that never forgives –

The one who will die young

 

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He has none of the simple ”yes” or the simple ”no”

He does not keep track of the ranks

 

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He can easily reach for the stars

He will do it for a simple “Thanks!”

And is destined to fall down burnt by the star called the Sunshine

 

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