You can download the mp3s, song lyrics with hanzi, pinyin, and English translation, and even the guitar chords if you want from Albert at LaowaiChinese.net, the guy who wrote Chinese 24/7. Great for language learners and funny. Here’s his latest Chinese ones:
- “KuÃ ilÃ¨ å¿«ä¹” – which he deliberately stuffed with all the Chinese pop music clichÃ©s he could think of.
- “Wo Bu Shi Dongxi æˆ‘ä¸æ˜¯ä¸œè¥¿” (æ£å¼å±±å¯¨ç‰ˆ) – “I’m nothing” (official shÄnzhÃ i version)
- “Ã€imÃ¨i de GuÄnxi æš§æ˜§çš„å…³ç³»” – “Ambiguous Relationship”
Follow the links and you’ll also find English language songs about jiÇŽozi and his Chinese bicycles. The humour may or may not translate into Chinese too well, owing mostly to the fact that Mainlanders seem to have a much higher tolerance for clichÃ©d phrases.