Jay Chou 周杰倫【聽媽媽的話 Listen to Mom】-Official Music Video

詞:周杰倫 曲:周杰倫
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/tw/album/ting-ma-ma-de-hua/id536285027?i=536285258&l=zh

杰倫說:「長大後我開始明白,為什麼我跑得比別人快 飛得比別人高」

周杰倫繼「爸 我回來了」的親情極品!簡單的鋼琴分解音階彈奏著,小男孩一個人獨自辛苦練琴;時空回到杰倫小時候開始學琴的小琴房,周杰倫自言自語的饒舌,A段偶爾俏皮的童音,說著小小心靈的問號,小時候單純的聽著媽媽的話,長大後才發現媽媽的道理,前半段鼓勵小朋友要聽媽媽的話認真努力學習,後段則表達對媽媽最深最濃的愛,對媽媽的愛不只在母親節的蛋糕,聽媽媽的話就是最好的表現!特別的是,淺顯易懂的歌詞裡顯露出周杰倫孩子氣的俏皮幽默,周杰倫最獨特的溫馨風格,真摯動人不矯情作態,也許才是他的歌曲能感動全球的原因。

【Connection with Jay Chou 周杰倫相關網頁】
◎ Jay Chou FACEBOOK(臉書): http://www.facebook.com/jay
◎ Jay Chou YOUTUBE(視頻): http://www.youtube.com/JVRmuzic
◎ JVR Music Official Site(杰威爾音樂): http://www.jvrmusic.com
◎ iTunes(數位): https://itunes.apple.com/tw/album/shi-er-xin-zuo/id587743633?l=zh

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