No Regrets
[Cinepoly, February 1993] For Faye to follow on the success of "Fragile Woman" was itself a challenge, but Faye not only manage to do that, she made believers of her doubters and critics. And with the song "No Regrets", Faye established herself as the top female singer in HK. And during that time, the magazine, Oriental Sunday, proclaimed her as the new Canto-Pop Queen, and became the idol of all girls and boys. The album also contains the mandarin version of "No Regrets," in which Faye herself wrote the lyrics. "No Regrets" was a nomination for the Best Song of The Year. This album is right up there as Faye's best works!
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Track & Title
1 Enkindled Beauty
2 No Regrets (g) (Mandarin)
3 Cute Eyes
4 Seasonal Gale (uԷ)
5 No More Games
6 I Always Cherish You and I
7 Love Enemy
8 Beginning From Tomorrow
9 Half Drunken Night
10 No Regrets (g)

Translated Lyrics

No Regrets (g)

Composed by Yuan Wei-Ren; Lyrics by Faye Wong

This time I resolutely face
Uninhibitive obssession
I don't really mind
Whether this being right or wrong
Even if fallen deep
I don't really care
Even if I grasp on to uncertainty
I grasp on to it with no regrets

Don't say that I should give it up
That I should open my eyes
I use my heart
To see and to feel
You are not me
How can you understand
Even if I grasp on to uncertainty
Let me hold on to it with no regrets

I am not as perfect as you may think
Sometimes I also can't distinguish being right from being wrong
It's not that I don't want to walk out of uncertainty
But only this time
This time it's myself and no one else

Whose heart should I use to realize
To truly touch upon my surroundings
Even if it's pain
Even if it meant tears
It's just my self's own sorrow

Whose heart can I still use to realize
To truly touch upon my surroundings
Even if I'm fatigued
Even if it's exhaustion
I can only grasp on to uncertainty with no regrets