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Ceux que l'amour a blessés (अंग्रेज़ी में अनुवाद)

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अंग्रेज़ी में अनुवाद

Those whom love hurt

Like some people who came back from war
Like some people who came back from the front
They have the fear in the eyes
They have the wrinkle at the front
Like some young old people
They walk with the back bent
They arouse a little pity
They arouse a little pity
 
Those whom love
Those whom love
Those whom love hurt
 
Like some people who came back from war
Like some people who came back from afar
To the one who makes nothing
They shout, they shout for having air
I made love, I did, sir
As if they were proud
As if they were happy
 
Those whom love
Those whom love
Those whom love hurt
 
Like some people who came back from war
Like some people who came back from their home
They find the fire extinguished
We don't expect them
In front of the cold ashes
Like some dogs, without crying
They lick their wounds
They treat their past
 
Those whom love
Those whom love
Those whom love hurt
 
Like some people who came back from war
Like some people who came back from love
They swear, this is the last (time)
For good, forever
They must put away the weapons
They must dry up the tears
They want to die in peace
And that we give them peace.
 
Those whom love
Those whom love
Those whom love killed, killed
 
ValiaSp द्वारा शनि, 17/03/2018 - 21:57 को जमा किया गया
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आख़िरी बार शनि, 21/04/2018 - 15:27 को ValiaSp द्वारा संपादित
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Ceux que l'amour a blessés

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ValiaSp    शनि, 17/03/2018 - 22:06

Then wouldn't it be ''Ceux qui sont blessés par l'amour'', if we made the exact translation?
I prefer the explicit translations, word-by-word.

mk87    शनि, 17/03/2018 - 23:11

I guess you mean in the fourth line. In the second line "front = front" makes well sense.

azucarinho    शनि, 17/03/2018 - 23:19

Sorreeeee! That "Ils font un peu de pitié" = They arouse a little pity ?

Joutsenpoika    शनि, 21/04/2018 - 14:55

Ils font un peu pitié => 'They arouse pity' or 'They look pathetic'