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  • 1 decade ago
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    係唔係QUE SERA SERA???

    Que Sera, Sera

    When I was just a little girl,

    I asked my mother, "What will I be?

    Will I be pretty? Will I be rich?"

    Here's what she said to me:

    Que sera, sera,

    Whatever will be, will be.

    The future's not ours to see,

    Que sera, sera,

    What will be, will be.

    When I was just a child in school,

    I asked my teacher, "What shall I try?

    Should I paint pictures?

    Should I sing songs?"

    This was her wise reply:

    Que sera, sera,

    Whatever will be, will be.

    The future's not ours to see,

    Que sera, sera,

    What will be, will be.

    When I grew up and fell in love,

    I asked my lover, "What lies ahead?

    Will we have rainbows day after day?"

    Here's what my lover said:

    Que sera, sera,

    Whatever will be, will be.

    The future's not ours to see,

    Que sera, sera,

    What will be, will be.

    Now I have children of my own,

    They ask their mother, "What will I be?

    Will I be pretty? Will I be rich?"

    I tell them tenderly:

    Que sera, sera,

    Whatever will be, will be.

    The future's not ours to see,

    Que sera, sera,

    What will be, will be.

    "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)" is a popular song written by the Jay Livingston (music) and Ray Evans (lyrics) songwriting team.

    Published in 1956, it was featured in Alfred Hitchcock's 1956 remake of The Man Who Knew Too Much (which Hitchcock had previously made in 1934) with Doris Day and James Stewart in the lead roles. Day's recording of the song for Columbia Records with catalog number 40704 was a hit in both the United States and the United Kingdom and, from 1968 to 1973, the theme song for the sitcom The Doris Day Show.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Que sera, sera (whatever will be, will be) Doris Day

    When I was just a little girl

    I asked my mother: "What will I be?

    Will I be pretty?

    Will I be rich?"

    Here's what she said to me:

    *"Que sera, sera

    Whatever will be, will be

    The future's not ours to see

    Que sera, sera

    What will be, will be"

    When I was just a child in school

    I asked my teacher, "What will I try?

    Should I paint pictures"

    Should I sing songs?"

    This was her wise reply: (*)

    When I grew up and fell in love

    I asked my sweetheart, "What lies ahead?

    Will we have rainbows

    Day after day?"

    Here's what my sweetheart said: (*)

    Now I have children of my own

    They ask their mother, "What will I be?"

    Will I be handsome?

    Will I be rich?"

    I tell them tenderly: (*)

    (written by Jay Livingston & Ray Evans)

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  • 1 decade ago

    我諗你講ge呢首歌係叫"Que Sera, Sera"

    Que Sera, Sera

    written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans

    for Alfred Hitchcock's 1956 re-make of his 1934 film

    "The Man Who Knew Too Much" starring Doris Day and James Stewart.

    Recorded by Doris Day

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    When I was just a little girl,

    I asked my mother, "What will I be?

    Will I be pretty?

    Will I be rich?"

    Here's what she said to me:

    "Que sera, sera,

    Whatever will be, will be;

    The future's not ours to see.

    Que sera, sera,

    What will be, will be."

    When I was just a child in school,

    I asked my teacher, "What will I try?

    Should I paint pictures?

    Should I sing songs?"

    This was her wise reply:

    "Que sera, sera,

    Whatever will be, will be;

    The future's not ours to see.

    Que sera, sera,

    What will be, will be."

    When I grew up and fell in love,

    I asked my sweetheart, "What lies ahead?

    Will we have rainbows

    Day after day?"

    Here's what my sweetheart said:

    "Que sera, sera,

    Whatever will be, will be;

    The future's not ours to see.

    Que sera, sera,

    What will be, will be."

    Now I have children of my own.

    They ask their mother, "What will I be?

    Will I be handsome?

    Will I be rich?"

    I tell them tenderly:

    "Que sera, sera,

    Whatever will be, will be;

    The future's not ours to see.

    Que sera, sera,

    What will be, will be.

    Que sera, sera!"

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  • 1 decade ago

    Yesterday once more

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