(translation)
september sky high people're restless

in September, plain and bored
everything's fine only lack troubles

(pronounciation)
Jiu yue Tian gao ren fu zao
(rat cha po, rat cha kor...)

Jiu yue li ping dan wu liao
yi qie dou hao zhi que fan nao
(rat cha po, rat cha kor...)



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fu zao (restless/impatience) song meanings
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    General CommentTrack 2 'impatience' starts out softly with Faye declaring september as
    the month of impatience. She then aggressively yodels 'la chart bo' (and
    we could hear an alarm going off, dooo dooo dooo, all the way. It's the
    obvious sound for impatience, and I think 'la chart bo' is just the kind
    of sound someone will make when s/he is impatient, say, like waiting to
    get into the bathroom and can't stop babbling until s/he get to go.) and
    then slow down for some breathy melodic sounds, then it's all 'la chart
    bo' again and then Faye does her signature nomadic lyrics-yodeling, much
    much more liberated than one could find in 'pledge.' Faye finally
    alternates between 'la chart bo's' and soothing whispers
    justlingon May 23, 2006   Link

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