Truth, an Illusion (Verdade, Uma Ilusão)

traduzione in Inglese

Truth, an Illusion

I can make you happy
And feel happy myself too
I can make you feel so good
I know that I'm good at this
Stealing a kiss from you
Spin without losing the ground
I won't let you fall
Waist take my hand
Truth, an illusion
That came from the heart
Truth - your name is a lie
I can make you listen(*) to
These million bells around
I can make you feel songs
Love echoes in my voice
I can make you smile
My eyes shine for you
My feet know where to go
No one needs to decide
Truth, an illusion
Which came from the heart
Truth - your name is a lie
 
Translation done by Alma Barroca. In case you want to reprint it, please ask for permission first and always cite my name as its author. /
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Postato da Alma Barroca Dom, 19/08/2012 - 21:31
Commenti dell’autore:

(*) can also mean = "hear".

Corrections suggested by Vimto12 and Serioana.

Portoghese

Verdade, Uma Ilusão

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Vimto12    August 19th, 2012

Nice translation Regular smile
Some suggestions for you:
Line 2: I don't know much Portuguese but perhaps it would be better to translate it as 'and feel happy myself too'
Line 5: 'stealing a kiss from you'
Line 11, 22: 'your name is a lie'
Line 12: 'I can make you listen to/hear'
Line 15: 'love echoes in my voice'
Regular smile

Serioana    August 19th, 2012

3: Eu posso te fazer tão bem -> Pode ser algo mais assim: I can make you feel so good; I can do it so good for you. "I can make you so good" não tem muito sentido.

Alma Barroca    August 19th, 2012

Thanks for the suggestions/Obrigado pelas sugestões! Eu tenho um problema entre "do" e "make", sempre me confundo. Vou alterar, de acordo com as sugestões. Regular smile

Vimto12    August 19th, 2012

Glad to be of assistance Regular smile
By the way, the verb 'listen' has to be used with 'to', so you can't 'listen something' but you can 'listen *to* something'