Lee Hom Wang – Daily Necessities MV

柴米油鹽醬醋茶 (Chai Mi You Yan Jiang Cu Cha), the first single of the just announced new album by Lee Hom Wang – probably out by the end of the month and titled 十八般武艺 (18 Types of Martial Arts?) – has just hit the net with a concept strikingly familiar to the first 15min. of Pixar’s UP.

Which… still kill me apparently. GOSH. Damn you, Leehom – you made me teary.

and the song, literally meaning “firewood, rice, oil, salt, sauce, vinegar, tea” but it just names the simple “daily necessities”. At first listen, the songs seems average LHW style, but on following listening, it makes so much more sense… especially with the video.

*EDIT*
There’s an English-subbed version courtesy of Leehom’s channel~

6 responses to Lee Hom Wang – Daily Necessities MV

  1. FML! A MINUTE IN TO THE SONG AND I WAS BAWLING MY EYES OUT!!!
    WHY SO PRECIOUS WANG BB??!! WHY!!??

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  1. personal.amy-wong.com – A Blog by Amy Wong. » Blog Archive » Lee Hom Wang and 18 Martial Arts Album - July 28, 2010

    […] of his directorial film debut Love in Disguise. 18 Martial Arts, which contains the first single Chai Mi You Yan Jiang Cu Cha (Daily Necessities), will be released in different versions including the Love Key HK version, […]

  2. personal.amy-wong.com – A Blog by Amy Wong. » Blog Archive » Lee Hom Wang – Mei/Beautiful - September 21, 2010

    […] via mp3, I didn’t feel it… at least, most of the songs. My favorite was and still is The Daily Necessities, but now I’ve warmed up to a couple more. One of them is Mei, which sounded kinda weird at […]

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