Amy’s Top50 Songs of 2013
2. Sandee Chan (陳珊妮) – A Low-key Life (低調人生)
For a song that’s “low-key” and “understated,” this sure shows such complex themes, it’s even difficult to grasp with even an English translation [this super fancy version via RockTheCPop is the only translation I could find].
I don’t think I’ll ever get the song, but that seems to happen with all the Sandee Chan music I’ve listened to so far.
1. Faye Wong – In Honor of our Youth (致青春)
I’m not going to lie, as long as Faye Wong just releases one single track every couple of years, it’s very likely she will top my list of best songs. In this one song she did for her gal pal Zhao Wei’s directorial debut for So Young, Wong delivers every possible emotion in the simplest of ways. It’s her at her best and her most effortless, like it’s nothing to sing about the pains of life and growing old. 
The arrogant and self-indulgent mindset, has vanished into thin air
Bewildered, tired, hurt-
The human comedy.
Laughed, screamed, left-
Youth is curious.
That’s it! What are your favorite tracks of the year?